Eye of Horus Sahara Nude and Selenite White Goddess Pencils

Eye of Horus has recently launched two new Goddess Pencil eyeliners, Sahara Nude and Selenite White, lucky for us, they have both landed at The Beaute Boutique! If you have read my previous reviews on a bunch of other goodies from Eye of Horus (click here) you will know that I am a big fan of EOH fan.

Sahara Nude can be used to make your eyes appear naturally larger, more awake and open when applied to the waterline. This gorgeous liner can also be used as a concealer or an eyelid primer. Selenite White is a more dramatic enhancer that will illuminate your eyes when applied around the inner tear ducts, inner third of the lower lash line or along waterlines. This beautiful goddess like shade can also be used as a regular eyeliner substituting your usual darker liner for a change, or alongside your black liner for a mod look.

As always, Goddess pencils contain Organic Moringa Oil, they are creamy, water resistant, smudge proof and long wearing. Both products are versatile, cruelty and paraben free.

Eye of Horus Goddess Pencils are always of high quality, extremely pigmented, smooth and long lasting.

Personally I prefer Sahara Nude as an eyelid primer, mainly because my waterline is not very pigmented to begin with and that I just generally dislike applying makeup to my waterline, how do you even clean that area?! - it's also a feeling I just can't shake ... BUT it's not a review unless I've tested the products for it's purpose, hence, I went ahead and water-lined. I did notice quite a significant difference and my eyes looked instantly more awake. When applied as a primer to my lids, it increased the pigmentation and longevity of my eye-shadows.

I have been using Selenite White around the eye duct area and along the inner bottom third of my lash line for a doe-eyed effect, it also contrasts nicely on my olive skin. As long as I don't rub my eyes, Selenite White will stay put.

Sahara Nude is a pure matte nude liner, while Selenite White possess a very slight shimmer. Both pencils can also be used to highlight brow bones.

Before and After Photos


For my Before and After pictures, I decided to apply the Goddess pencils on my everyday eyes aka barely any makeup eye, this was chosen so I can see the true effect of the Goddess pencils... and boy was I pleased. Eye of Horus Goddess Pencils are now available from The Beaute Boutique for $30 each.



*These products were kindly provided for my consideration, all opinions are my own


  1. You're making me feel like I'm missing a white eyeliner in my life!

  2. I'm totally in love with EOH Goddess pencils Lily - have almost the whole set, but neither of these, will have to fix that ha ha! Love the before and after pics - so clear, and your eye looks even lovelier xxx

  3. I'm after the Sahara Nude to use as an eye primer/eyeshadow base, thanks for the review! I've got a couple of their other pencils and I'm after a few more along with the nude. I too can't stomach the thought of using eyeliner on my waterline...it freaks me out!

  4. Any product that will make my eyes look naturally larger and more awake is a product I need to try! Great photos!

  5. OMG I didn't know about these. Thanks for the post. I'm a huge fan of these eyeliners. Think I'll need to to get them x www.beyoutyfulyou.com


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