Sprout Waterproof Eyeliner | Smooth Soft Kohl | Vegan Formula | Plantable Eyeliner Pencil with Wildflower Seeds | Eco-Friendly

£ 12.99

  • 🖉 WORLDS FIRST PLANTABLE MAKEUP LINER – At Sprout, we believe that big change is possible through small innovations. We’ve taken the idea behind the classic Sprout pencil and developed it into the world’s first plantable eyeliner. When your Sprout Eyeliner pencil becomes too short to use, simply turn it upside down, plant the stub and enjoy watching it grow into fragrant bee-friendly wildflowers.
  • 🖉 HIGH QUALITY EYELINER PENCIL – With a smooth and creamy glide, the soft kohl tip is easy to apply, providing an intense and rich coloured texture. Sprout makeup pencils are not tested on animals, developed without microplastic (No POLYETHYLENE), using an allergy-free and vegan formula. The recyclable bioplastic cap is made of sugar cane.
  • 🖉 WATERPROOF & LONG-LASTING – The texture and smoothness of Sprout makeup pencils will last all day through rain, heat, humidity and tearful moments. Create a multitude of iconic looks from defined to smokey, fishtail liner, winged liner, cat eye liner and many more.
  • 🖉 BE KIND TO YOUR SKIN AND THE ENVIRONMENT – All Sprout pencils are 100% eco-friendly, non-toxic, biodegradable, made from sustainably sourced materials and utilize sustainable production techniques. Our pencils and packaging are either Cradle to Cradle or FSC certified. This means that every time a tree is harvested, another one is planted.
  • 🖉 THE GIFT THAT GIVES BACK – The Sprout Eyeliner makes an excellent gift for friends, family, and colleagues. The ideal present for birthdays, Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Christmas, weddings, holidays and other special occasions. A green sustainable mindset is ultimately the greatest gift of all. Sustainability is not just something we encourage our customers to promote. We incorporate it in all aspects of our business at Sprout.


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Product Description

be a role model

Plants from pencils? That’s Right.

If your Sprout pen­cil is too short for you to write with, plant it and watch it grow into fra­grant flow­ers, deli­cious herbs, or even spruce trees.

Make the world a greener place with the first plantable pencil !





Sprout pen­cils are made from nat­ur­al wood sources. In oth­er ords, for every tree cut down to make the pen­cils, a new one is planted.


Fea­tur­ing herb and flower seeds — each pack of pen­cils is topped with a bio degrad­able seed pod. All seeds are non-GMO and are select­ed because they are easy to grow.


Every part of the Sprout pen­cil is non-tox­ic and con­tains no lead. The pen­cils are approved accord­ing to the Euro­pean safe­ty approval EN-71. So if the pen­cil is eat­en by a child or pet, there is no need to wor­ry as it is com­plete­ly harmless.


Let’s Make the World Sprout!

Each Sprout pen­cil con­tains a bio degrad­able seed pod loaded with a cov­et­ed seed vari­ety. Once the pen­cil is too short to write on, sim­ply turn it upside down and plant the stub. If you water it reg­u­lar­ly, you’ll see the pen­cil mag­i­cal­ly turn into a plant before your eyes.

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Plant a green mindset

Once friends and acquain­tances catch on that your Sprout pen­cil can trans­form into a plant, it will sure­ly put a smile on their faces. Trans­form­ing your Sprout pen­cil into flow­ers, herbs or veg­eta­bles is a fun way to make sus­tain­abil­i­ty vis­i­ble to oth­ers. Plus, our pen­cils inspire you to insti­gate change in your own life.






Use a pot with a drainage hole in the bot­tom. Place it on a saucer and fill it with moist plant­i­ng soil.


You should plant your pen­cil at a 30º angle with only the cap­sule cov­ered by soil.


Place the pot in a nat­ur­al light, but avoid direct sun­light. A tem­per­a­ture of 20°C / 68°F is ideal.


Water the sprouts reg­u­lar­ly. The first shoots should appear one to four weeks later.

An eyeliner that makes you look good … and feel great!






We’ve cho­sen the high­est qual­i­ty nat­ur­al ingre­di­ents to cre­ate a col­or-intense eye­lin­er. Accu­rate lines or pre­fer to blend? The rich and creamy con­sis­ten­cy of the Sprout Eye­lin­er allows you to cre­ate your per­fect look.


The Sprout Eye­lin­er is a grow­er, not a throw­er! When only the stub of the lin­er is left, instead of putting it in the trash, plant it, so it grows into beau­ti­ful bee-friend­ly wildflowers.


By choos­ing our Sprouteye­lin­er pen­cil instead of one with microplas­tics, you’re set­ting an exam­ple for a green­er and bet­ter future.


All Sprout pen­cils are made from sus­tain­ably sourced mate­ri­als and use sus­tain­able pro­duc­tion processes.

Important information


Caprylic/Capric Triglyc­eride, C10-18 Triglyc­erides, Rici­nus Com­mu­nis (Cas­tor) Seed Oil*, Coper­ni­ca Cer­ifera (Car­nau­ba) Wax / Coper­ni­ca Cer­ifera Cera, Euphor­bia Cer­ifera (Can­delil­la) Wax / Euphor­bia Cer­ifera Cera, Hydro­genat­ed Cas­tor Oil, Mica, Toco­pheryl Acetate, Orbignya Oleifera Seed Oil*, Toco­pherol, Iron Oxides (CI 77499), Fer­ric Ammo­ni­um Fer­ro­cyanide (CI 77510) *organ­ic source

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Additional information

Weight 0.02 kg
Dimensions 14.2 × 3.2 × 1.2 cm
Package Dimensions

14.2 x 3.2 x 1.2 centimetres

Package Weight

0.02 Kilograms

Item dimensions L x W x H

5 x 5 x 135 millimetres

Item Weight

8.14 Grams




1 Black Eyeliner




Biodegradable Cruelty-free Vegan

Product Dimensions

0.5 x 0.5 x 13.5 cm; 8.14 Grams



Date First Available

27 Sept. 2021




  1. Love­day Sweet

    A love­ly soft eco friend­ly prod­uct and adds a lit­tle colour to your eyesI do real­ly like this eye lin­er pen­cil. The dark brown colour is love­ly, it goes on real­ly well, but unfor­tu­nate­ly it doesn’t stay put as eye­lin­er as you can see from my pic, it just sort of melts into eye colour, which is still nice, and just makes it look like I have brown eye shad­ow on, but if you’re look­ing for an eye­lin­er pen­cil that stays as a line on your lid, then this isn’t for you. This prod­uct is more like eye shad­ow in a pen­cil — not a bad idea real­ly! The pic doesn’t do it jus­tice, it’s much more effec­tive as an eye­lid colour than it looks.I still real­ly like it, and I like the fact that I don’t have to put my full slap on for day time, I can just put a line of this on and it will colour my eye lids and give a bit of dec­o­ra­tion, with­out hav­ing to put eye­shad­ow on.Of course the added attrac­tion is that once I’ve used it up, I can plant it and get some wildflowers.A love­ly prod­uct that I can high­ly recommend.

  2. Sharon ritchie

    Envi­ron­men­tal friend­ly!Have not used yet as it’s a xmas gift for veg­an eco daugh­ter! Fan­tas­tic idea, quick deliv­ery, also bought the pen­cils, fab!

  3. Bee

    Nice idea but ques­tion its fea­si­bil­i­tyMake up these days is increas­ing­ly becom­ing ‘green’ and this brand seems to be tak­ing it one step fur­ther with you being able to plant the pen­cil stub and pro­duce flowers.However, this does strike me a lit­tle as green­wash­ing. First­ly, the pen­cil comes in an unnec­es­sary — and over­sized — card­board box. Yes, card is recy­clable, but it still uses more resources, not only in man­u­fac­tur­ing but in trans­port. Sec­ond­ly, the seeds aren’t embed­ded in a biodegrad­able paper pen­cil body (say) but are encap­su­lat­ed in a bio­plas­tic addi­tion to the pen­cil. This bio­plas­tic is made from sug­ar cane, not exact­ly an indus­try with shiny envi­ron­men­tal cre­den­tials. And last­ly, giv­en how long it takes me to use up beau­ty prod­ucts, I doubt that the flower seeds would be viable.These cav­ils aside, is the prod­uct any good? Well, no, not espe­cial­ly. It’s a bit scratchy but the pig­men­ta­tion is quite dense when applied. It’s not espe­cial­ly long last­ing but nei­ther does it fade imme­di­ate­ly. It real­ly does­n’t jus­ti­fy a £10 (at time of writ­ing) price tag.

  4. Andrew Dal­by

    Not what they make it look likeReview by my wife:This is a very soft kohl pen­cil, dark black, very much like the ones in the 80s. It smudges very eas­i­ly and you must be care­ful not to rub your eyes. You can buy a sim­i­lar one for about £3. All kohl pen­cils are “eco-friend­ly” — all made of wood, and the ingre­di­ents of the kohl are always veg­an as they are min­er­als, veg­etable oils and chem­i­cal man-made dyes.I have nev­er heard such non­sense in my life, par­tic­u­lar­ly the sec­tion in which the retail­er says “free from lead” — as if a pen­cil lead actu­al­ly had the poi­so­nous met­al Lead in it! They actu­al­ly say it’s safe if it’s eat­en! No kohl will poi­son you, the biggest dan­ger is get­ting them stuck in throat or stom­ach, which can also hap­pen with this one.The lid is made from plas­tic pro­duced from sug­ar cane, but it is still plas­tic and not biodegrad­able. Their sus­tain­abil­i­ty is still being ques­tioned, which is why they aren’t wide­ly developed.The seed bit at the bot­tom, how­ev­er, has one advan­tage: it makes the pen­cil longer so you can use it until you near­ly run out of wood, giv­ing you a bit more val­ue for money.This pen­cil cur­rent­ly retails at £10.95. Do I get the £7.95 dif­fer­ence between this pen­cil and the basic ones worth, by hav­ing a few seeds (which I don’t know if they will sprout after all the time that they will be unplant­ed) and an extra cm of kohl? Cer­tain­ly not.I see this pen­cil as a mar­ket­ing trick tak­ing advan­tage of the envi­ron­men­tal move­ment and com­plete­ly dis­ap­prove of it.

  5. Shel­bee 👀Only write the truth👍

    Excel­lent for being ‘green’ how­ev­er pen­cil sharp and not dra­mat­ic regard­ing the colour.I have been using this eye lin­er a while now.The actu­al point looks good as a bit wider than some non cream effect ones.The brown is a nice colour, more lighter than expected.Glides on ok, some­times a lit­tle hard­er than some real­ly soft pen­cil­sI found it a bit dif­fi­cult when want­ed to smudge the lin­er how I like. This lin­er is more like the stan­dard pencil.Doesn’t mean it isn’t any good, just more of a basic pen­cil, the ones with a point, how­ev­er this one doesn’t cre­ate soft­er lines.I wasn’t impressed try­ing to do my top lid, a lot more dif­fi­cult and a bit harsh­er feel, a bit like a drag­ging kind, and to be hon­est, not much appeared on my lids, whether top or bottom.Nice style, nice to hold, decent width on the nib.I had the brown pen­cil, I wish I had the choice for anoth­er colour. But brown is a soft­er brown colour.My eyes cer­tain­ly do not look like the mod­els eyes.It is a decent pen­cil, but as I am used to soft­er ones, this one reminds me of pen­cils years back.What is good, it is biodegrad­able and Veg­anI also like that the pen­cil is aller­gy freeSo many things in this pen­cil to help the envi­ron­ment is remark­able, who knew?Even the cap is made of sug­ar cane. Plus the end reversed can be plant­ed out for the bees, forms wildflower.Currently £9.95 quite expen­sive, for the price, how­ev­er the idea is to sell how the pen­cil helps the envi­ron­ment and plant­i­ng out the end.On a per­son­al lev­el, I pre­fer dif­fer­ent colours, ie, black, green and blue. I would be hap­py to buy if the pen­cil was a lot soft­er and not pulling when apply­ing. Not a fan off the brown, pure­ly as it doesn’t stand out as much as I would like, or over­ly soft.The lin­er has stayed on though, a bit dif­fi­cult to remove with­out rig­or­ous­ly pulling at del­i­cate skin.My review is more on the actu­al eye lin­er than the plantable side, because I do want to feel com­fort­able wear­ing. Because of the hard­ness plant­i­ng out maybe out of date by the time the pen­cil has end­ed, as I do pre­fer the dra­mat­ic look, which this pen­cil does not give unfortunately.I feel the price reflects more empha­sis on being green, than the prod­uct being used.So to con­clude, yes green, good for the envi­ron­ment, but for me, too harsh to apply⭐️Thank you to the seller⭐️I hope my review helps you

  6. J. Turn­er

    Rec­om­mend­edI love the idea of a plantable pen­cil! This veg­an for­mu­la eye pen­cil has a seed pod locked into the top, so once you’ve fin­ished using it, you sim­ply plant the stub in some soil. This means I will have to use this reg­u­lar­ly to wear it down enough to plant…sneaky huh?! Luck­i­ly the pen­cil is a firm but creamy for­mu­la that glides on smooth­ly and is water­proof. This par­tic­u­lar shade is a love­ly choco­laty dark brown, and it does­n’t cre­ate eas­i­ly, though it smudges with a fin­ger­tip or brush if required. Now I’m going to explore what else this range has. Yes, it’s more than I’d nor­mal­ly pay for an eye pen­cil, but that’s just me.

  7. P M Buchan

    A big improve­ment on con­ven­tion­al eye­lin­ersI both love this Sprout Water­proof Eye­lin­er for it’s ambi­tion to be more envi­ron­men­tal­ly sus­tain­able than most com­peti­tors AND con­cede that your choice of eye­lin­er is unlike­ly to save the plan­et, and not all the mate­ri­als used here are nec­es­sar­i­ly pos­i­tive for the environment.Which is a long way of say­ing that this is a pret­ty good, water­proof brown kohl eye­lin­er that I’d more read­i­ly rec­om­mend than some of the much less envi­ron­men­tal­ly-friend­ly, plas­tic cased alter­na­tives. I ques­tion whether the sug­ar­cane cap is biodegrad­able, and I can’t say that Ive used the eye­lin­er long enough to plant the tip, but I don’t begrudge Sprout for using this as a sell­ing point and it makes my 10-year-old daugh­ter happy.Hopefully a prod­uct like this puts pres­sure on oth­er man­u­fac­tur­ers to cre­ate less waste. It’s a bit more expen­sive, and still has impact on the envi­ron­ment, but if you want to com­pare the mass man­u­fac­ture of these eye­lin­ers to the plas­tic-encased fine-lin­er I was using before it, I’d choose Sprout any day!

  8. Miss S

    Great colourI love play­ing with make­up and I am always on the look­out for new and excit­ing prod­ucts. I was real­ly intrigued by the idea behind this brow pen­cil. Appar­ent­ly, this is a plantable kohl eye­lin­er pen­cil. When the pen­cil becomes too short to use, sim­ply turn it upside down, plant the stub and it will grow into fra­grant bee-friend­ly wild­flow­ers so none of it goes to waste. This is insane and such a bril­liant idea. This is my sec­ond prod­uct from this brand. I also have their brow pen­cil which I absolute­ly love.Aside from the fact it’s a great qual­i­ty pen­cil — holds shape and goes on smooth­ly, even sharp­ens well. Love the shade. It is dark enough to give a love­ly accent to the eye, but not so dark as to be harsh. This is the per­fect every­day pen­cil shade if you don’t want black, navy or grey. It sharp­ens and smudges well and stays on my eyes all day-whether it’s on my water­line or outside/around the eye and smudged with a brush. It looks so nat­ur­al and opens my eyes up so much. A love­ly soft for­mu­la that glides on and does­n’t drag the del­i­cate eye area. The colour can be built up dark­er if you’re look­ing for a more defined look or going from work to a night out.

  9. Frozen­Metroid

    An inter­est­ing con­cept of grow­ing flow­ers after you’ve fin­ished with a prod­uct…This eye­lin­er by Sprout is a great idea as after using it, you can plant it and it will grow wild­flower. It comes in a nice card­board box, which is quite over­sized for such a small pen­cil as it is nes­tled up in one cor­ner of the box. The eye­lin­er pen­cil itself is made from wood and has wild­flower seeds inside the end of it. The seeds are encap­su­lat­ed in a sol­u­ble cel­lu­lose cap which will break down when they get wet in the soil and allows the seeds to grow. The eye­lin­er itself is easy to use and only a slight touch will get the pen­cil leav­ing a mark. It is very soft for an eye­lin­er so I would class it more of an eye shad­ow as you can’t get fine lines with it as it is too soft. It does seem to last a while so doesn’t fade away eas­i­ly and is also easy to clean off. You can lay­er it up too so if you pre­fer it dark­er then you can go over it again and again to reach the dark­ness you require. A good eye­lin­er with the added ben­e­fit of grow­ing flow­ers after you’ve used it all. An excit­ing idea which I can’t wait to try after I’ve used it…

  10. Syl­wia S

    Quite soft, easy to use, rich colour.I have this Sprout water­proof eye­lin­er in black.I’ve ordered it as I have already brown one and it is very good, so I want­ed the black one too.It arrived nice­ly boxed with QR code print­ed, which after scan­ning reveals how to plant the seeds form the end of the pencil.The shade of black is very nice, rich, true black.This pen­cil is quite soft, so it is easy to draw a line and it gives smooth and soft effect with sharp def­i­n­i­tion at the same time.It smudges nice­ly when fresh­ly applied, so allows to blend well if less defined effect needed.It is easy to clean off with my make up remover.Would be a great gift idea.Excellent qual­i­ty, long last­ing but a bit pricey — hope­ful­ly will last me for long as I don’t do make up everyday.

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