I am SO excited to be sharing this video with you!!! Eye of Horus, one of my favorite cruelty-free brands, was kind enough to sponsor a video to introduce you to their brand new Eye of Horus Brow Fibre Extend. If you’re a long-time subscriber, you’ve definitely heard me talk about Eye of Horus before. I was first introduced to them back in 2015 and have been regularly using their vegan-friendly products ever since.
Eye of Horus is a cruelty-free brand based out of Australia that makes some amazing vegan products. Their mascara, liquid liner, and eyeshadows are some of my all time favorites. When I got to try their new Brow Fibre Extend early, I quickly started using it every day and it’s now one of my favorite brow products. I’ve now been using it for a couple of weeks and am really excited to be able to talk about it with you! You can learn more about it in this post and see how I use it, and what a difference it makes on my brows, in the video embedded in this post.
I am also SO excited to share that there will be an Eye of Horus x Logical Harmony Vegan Pack available too! This pack will include the vegan products I used to get this look. They are some of my favorites from Eye of Horus and I hope you love them as much as I do!
In this video, you can see how the Eye of Horus Brow Fibre Extend works. You will also get a peek at what’s included in the Eye of Horus x Logical Harmony Vegan Pack! I love the products that are included so much. I can’t wait for you to try them because I know you’ll love Eye of Horus as much as I do.
More about the Eye of Horus Brow Fibre Extend
Claims: “Brow Fibre Extend comes in 3 shades, light, medium and dark and gives you instant definition and brow volume in one simple application. Containing unique organic brow enhancing botanicals, including: Canalicaluta Extract (seaweed) Laminaria Digitata (seaweed) Moringa Oil at functional dose, this buildable formulation lengthens and thickens brows adding natural-looking fibres in one easy swipe filling in any imperfections.“
Ingredients: Aqua/Water, Pentylene Glycol, Glyceryl Stearate, Nylon -6, Polypropylene, Synthetic Wax, PEG – 100, Stearate, Butylene Glycol Cocoate, Mica, Glycerin, PVP, Polysorbate 20, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Polyacrylamide, Ethylhexylglycerin, Panthenol, C13-14 Isoparaffin, Simethicone, Propylene Glycol, Tocopheryl Acetate, Phenoxyethanol, Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil, Laureth – 7, Pelvetia Canaliculata Extract, Laminaria Digitata Extract
In previous posts and videos you have heard me talk about both the Eye of Horus Brow Define and the Eye of Horus Dual Brow Perfect. I really enjoyed both brow products, and use both on a consistent basis, so I was very excited to give the Eye of Horus Brow Fibre Extend a try.
When it comes to a brow builder, there has been a huge demand for more cruelty-free and vegan options. Full brows are still in demand and brow builders are an easy way to get that look. What makes them different from a brow pencil or gel is that brow builder products contain fibres that build on your natural brow hairs. This leaves you with full brows that also look very natural.
The Eye of Horus Brow Fibre Extend is both a tinted brow gel and a brow builder. The tinted gel adds color and holds your brows in place all day, while the fibres build on your natural brow hairs to make your brows look fuller. It comes in three different shades, including one for blondes, to help ensure that you find the best shade for you.
The application wand for the Eye of Horus Brow Fibre Extend is very small and just the perfect size for any brow shape. It makes it really easy to apply the product all over your brow, and to add more exactly where you need it. You can visibly see the fibres in the formula but they attach to brow hairs seamlessly. I have some sparse areas in my own brows, and the Eye of Horus Brow Fibre Extend was able to fill them in unlike other brow builders have before.
Not only does the Eye of Horus Brow Fibre Extend build your brows in the moment, but it contains really nourishing ingredients like morigina oleifera seed oil and seaweed extracts. By nourishing your brows and keeping them in great condition, your own brow hairs are going to be able to grow in stronger on their own.
The Eye of Horus Brow Fibre Extend doesn’t flake or transfer on me. The formula dries quickly and stays put all day. Plus, it’s a water resistant formula. I’m completely hooked!
Is Eye of Horus cruelty-free?
Yes. Eye of Horus is cruelty-free with vegan options.
Is the Eye of Horus Brow Fibre Extend vegan?
Yes. The Brow Fibre Extend is one of the many vegan products available from Eye of Horus.
More about the Eye of Horus x Logical Harmony Vegan Bundle
As I mentioned earlier in this post, I was first introduced to Eye of Horus in 2015 and have been using a lot of their products since then. Many of their vegan products are often seen in videos and posts, and several are mentioned in my Top 5 Favorite video series. This is why I am SO excited to share the Eye of Horus x Logical Harmony Vegan Pack with you! I hand picked my favorite vegan products from Eye of Horus to include, and they are all things that I know you will love. Once I tried out the Brow Fibre Extend, I had to include it. It’s so good!
Included in the Eye of Horus x Logical Harmony Vegan Pack are:
- Eye of Horus Sheba Mystical Goddess Shadow Palette
- Eye of Horus Liquid Define Liner in Black
- Eye of Horus Brow Fibre Extend
- Eye of Horus Bio Lash Lift Mascara
- Eye of Horus Goddess Travel Bag
Both the Eye of Horus Brow Fibre Extend and the Eye of Horus x Logical Harmony Vegan Pack will be available on July 10, 2017! Do you plan on picking up either one? Let me know in the comments below!
Editor’s Note: This post contains a sponsored video created by Logical Harmony in partnership with Eye of Horus. Some of the product(s) featured in this post were provided by a representative of the company named in this post for editorial consideration. Please note that all reviews are 100% honest and a product would not receive a favorable review unless it provided favorable results.
Last Updated on July 9, 2017