Lazuli Blue Goddess Pencil Stunning sacred Lazuli. Lunar stone of the Goddess bewitches with a flash of vibrant electric blue immortalizing your look to alluring desire.
Goddess Eye Liner pencils are uniquely formulated with beautiful waxes of Beeswax, Carnuba and Candelilla wax, with the added benefit of Organic Moringa Oil for a creamy rich formula that’s easy to apply, waterproof, and smudge proof and long lasting, paraben free
Smudger tip allows to define or smoulder as much as you like. You have around 40 seconds before the waxes will set and dry. Safe to apply on your eyes water line and tight line.
The creamy METALLIC texture is ideal to draw, smudge, smoke, and define the eye blending, or combining with our Goddess Eye shadows. Our Eyeliner Pencils can also double as a shadow. Goddess Pencils have lasting power that stays all day.
A professional cosmetic sharpener is required to sharpen the pencil without splitting. The Eye of Horus sharpener is perfect to sharpen any Goddess Pencil, as it has been engineered in Germany, using only the highest quality of cosmetic blades. This protects the soft waxes while sharpening.
Contains the key ingredients of Organic Moringa Oil and nourishing waxes.
Lazuli Blue Ingredients:
Cyclopentasiloxane, Trimethylsiloxysilicate, Candelilla Cera, Isododecane, Cera Alba, Hydrogenated microcrystalline wax, Cera Carnauba, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, Phenoxyethanol, Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil. May contain + /- CI 77019, CI 77861, CI 75470, CI 77490, CI 42090.
The Goddess Pencils are inspired by the originators of beauty – the ancient Egyptians. They would use pigments to define their eyes in honor of the famous God named Eye of Horus. The Eye of Horus was a sacred symbol of protection and people would draw the extended eye onto themselves for magical powers. This trend caught on and became a sign of sacred beauty, which now carries on into our modern day. The Lazuli Blue shade is inspired by the beautiful Lapis Lazuli stone. The Egyptians appreciated the lapis lazuli stone due to the associations they had between its dark blue color with the night of the skies and the metallic pyrite flecks that reminded them of the stars. They used it with gold to create blue eyes for the pharaoh’s tombs, and even used powdered lapis lazuli to create blue eye shadow for Cleopatra.