Eye like to draw…on my face // Natural & organic eye pencils

It’s a back to school post! Nah not really 😉 this is just a round-up of my eyepencil collection. It is quite challenging to find natural eyeliners that are longlasting and pigmented enough, but luckily I came accross a few great ones.

I find them to be quite gentle to my skin. I haven’t experienced any eye irritation or redness. Another plus point is that most are budget-friendly! Prices vary from 4Euros (approx. £ 3) to 13 Euros (£ 10-11) Inika eyeliners are the most expensive ones of this bunch, but the colors are vibrant. Starting from the bottom left :

Sante eyeshadow stick in silver shade n°2 (full review here) : Super versatile, works both as an eyepencil and full-blown eyeshadow, I mostly use it to highlight the inner corner of my eye and the lower lashline.  I did have to purchase the Sante pencil sharpener, as the eyeshadow sticks are bigger than regular pencils.
Benecos Natural Kajal eyeliner in brown : I use it almost daily, it’s perfect for a subtle daytime look. Benecos eyeliners are very affordable, and you won’t be let down by the quality.
Inika Certified Organic in White Crystal : This is a staple in my beauty routine, I apply it in the inner corner of my eye or in the lower lashline to create a luminous and awake look. It stays put for approx. 4-5 hours, so you might need it to reapply it during the day.
Bonus: a pencil sharpener is included in every Inika eyeliner.
Logona eyeliner pencil n°1 in deep black: This one is highly pigmented! A deep intense carbon black, which works fantastic for a smoldering smokey eye. Stays put and doesn’t fade away. I love it to pieces. When I want a more dramatic look, I immediately turn to this one.
Inika Certified Organic in Green Lagoon : The color is a stunning emerald green that compliments brown eyes really well. A bit shimmery, it lasts longer that Inika in white Crystal. I mostly apply it on my lower lashline, and it’s just a great item to jazz up your makeup look.
Benecos Natural Kajal eyeliner in night blue : Just like green, navy blue works great on dark eyes. I used to steer cleer of blue shades when it came to eye makeup, until I saw this article on bellasugar.
Sante eyeshadow stick in coffee shade n°8 ( full review here): A bronzish color, which will illuminate your eyes. Looks great for lining the upper and lower
lashline, and is working with both warm and cool tones.

What eye pencils/eyeliners do you use? Let me know in the comment section 🙂
Take care,



Green hunter, wellness junkie and pun maker on the website, I'm on a journey towards a kinder and healthier life. @lizthegreenspirit on Instagram.

    1. Aw thank you so much! I'm so happy it could help 🙂 At the beginning it was tricky to find decent natural eyeliners , but now you can find great ones in almost every color. Let me know which one you'll pick next 🙂 xx

    1. You're welcome lovely, one has never enough pencils for school haha 😉 I love the brown Benecos pencil too. Inika is incredible! The pigmentation is fabulous. xx

    1. Thank you! I should have done some swatches, my bad… yes it's true to shade. I just typed Inika green lagoon on google images and there are some pictures if you want.
      It's a gorgeous color and I'm sure it would look great on you 🙂 xx

    1. Thank you! 🙂 Ah I've never tried anything from Honeybee Gardens, thank you for the suggestions, I'll definitely have a look at their eye pencils. xx

    1. I haven't tried anything else from Inika, but the mineral foundation sounds really interesting! Thank you for the suggestion. White crystal is wonderful, it truly transforms the eye. Let me know if you try it. 🙂 xx

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