Friday, August 17, 2012

Eye Of Horus

I received in the mail as part of a product review Eye of Horus. You may be asking yourself what is the Eye of Horus? Well, it is make-up which is all natural. I was so excited to try this product as I like to wear make- up but hate how it is made with so many different chemicals which can’t be good for your face and then I found Eye of Horus now I wear make -up more then I use to. I got the Ultimate Goddess Essential Pack which includes natural mascara, Sensual Smokey eye pencil, Cosmetic sharpener, Liquid Define Liner, Custom Cosmetic Mirror and Organic Cleansing Cloth. It also comes in a cute black mesh cosmetic bag. You can also purchase each of these products individually instead of getting the pack. The price starts at $15.00 and goes up from there and can be purchased only at, they are located in Australia. Try them today you will not be disappointed and they are a great company. Here is the Legend of Horus taken from Egypt. Horus was the falcon-headed god of Egyptian legend. Pharoah was the earthly incarnation of the Horus. His story begins with his parents Osiris and Isis. Osiris, Isis, and their brother Seth were all gods. Osiris was god of vegetation, Isis the goddess of fertility and Seth the god of the desert. Osiris was a "living god", like Horus he was embodied as the pharaoh. When he became pharaoh, he took Isis to be queen. Seth became jealous and murdered Osiris. He cut Osiris' body into pieces and scattered them throughout Egypt. When Isis heard, she took the form of a bird and searched until she found all the parts of his body. After reassembling Osiris' body, she beat her wings and breathed life back into him. Thereafter, Osiris was god of the afterlife. To avenge his father, Horus fought Seth. After battling for 80 years, Horus was judged victorious by the gods, but he had lost his eye in the battle. The eye was found and returned to him. As a gesture of respect, he presented the eye to his father, Osiris. The Eye of Horus or "udjat" represents the combination of a human eye, with the cheek markings of a falcon was considered a powerful symbol for imparting protection and life. Just thought I would add this little bit of history in my post.

Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.

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