Natural Mineral Eyeliner Pencil

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Vitamin-enriched Mineral Eyeliner. The eyeliner pencil core is creamy but firm so the points don't break easily. Application is silky smooth without pulling the delicate skin around your eyes. Pro-vitamin B5 will nourish and moisturize the delicate eye area. Made with natural mineral pigments from the Earth.

These very pure eyeliner pencils currently are available in 6 colors: Black Onyx, Brown/Black, Dark Teal, Navy Blue, Violet, White

Long lasting
Water resistant


No Micronized minerals/ nano-particles

No Coated minerals

No Preservatives

No Talc

No Bismuth Oxychloride (causes itching, breakouts, redness)

No Synthetic dyes

No Parabens

No Carmine (crushed beetle shells)

No Fragrances

No PetroChemicals

Non-comedogenic / won't clog pores

No Animal Testing / cruelty Free

MADE in USA. VEGAN friendly

Natural Ingredients: Organic Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Cetyl Stearyl Alcohol, Triglyceride, Carnauba Wax, Candelilla Wax, Titanium Dioxide, Mica, Iron Oxide, Pro-vitamin B5.

3 Reviews

  • 4
    Hard to sharpen

    Posted by Vicki Streit on 17th Apr 2019

    I actually love the black onyx eyeliner, when I can use it because the eyeliner goes on easily and smoothly and it doesn't tug/pull on the eyelid. The eyeliner is fine as well although I have not had to sharpen it yet so I don't know how well it stands up to that. Thank you again for your most excellent customer service.

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Jan 2016

    This is so much better than black onyx, as black onyx is too dark for drawing eyebrows. Actually I use it only to draw my eyebrows and not as eyeliner at all. Quality and service are great with this company. I hope there would be also very dark reddish brown or brownish red eyeliner someday, as I'm redhead and that would suit me as well :)

  • 3
    Nice natural look stays put

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Nov 2014

    The black/brown color is a soft color that stays put. It helps to warm the eye pencil up on the back of your hand first, as it is hard and can tug on the eyelid. I like having the safe ingredients on the delicate eye area.