I feel like today is a good day to introduce you to the new makeup range from Liz Earle, I found this flag made of their products on their website and just had to share it, it is perfect for the jubilee weekend! As many of you may know Liz Earle is a British brand which for years concentrated largely on skincare however last year they expanded and released the first product in their colour range. The product was their sheer skin tints (review here) which was actually my go to foundation last summer, last month they added another shade of sheer skin tints and a whole new makeup range- how very exciting!
Last year just before the Sheer Skin tints officially launched I was lucky enough to meet Liz Earle to talk about the new product and she shared that they were hoping to expand more. I was expecting the process to be far slower a new product this season and another two the following season however they have launched a whole range. There are lipglosses in a variety of different shades, mascara, eye pencil, bronzer, cream blush and even brushes!
I got the chance to meet Jane Bradley at the John Lewis event who is the makeup artist for the brand and she showed us a few of the product and shared that Liz Earle’s personal favourite lipgloss is in the shade cherry. For me the most exciting products are the fact they finally have a darker sheer skin tint (although it still quite light, not for black skins- which is a shame), the natural glow bronzer (pictured below), the Healthy Glow Powder Blush (also pictured below) and the healthy glow cream blush (which is probably the most exciting product to me). They also have a Light reflecting Concealer, which I believe is suppose to be a little like the YSL Touche Eclat and sounds really good!
I currently have three products to try; the Natural Glow Bronzer, the Healthy Glow Powder blush which I have in Nectar but also come in six other colours and the powder brush which is one of the three brushes in the range. The packaging is very simple and what you would expect from Liz Earle; classic, sturdy and fit perfectly with the already existing Sheer Skin Tint.
I don’t want to go into too much detail about the product I have at the moment as I will be reviewing them all individually soon.
The range retails from £10.50 to £21 (including the brushes!)
There are some great How-to videos on the Liz Earle website here if you are interested too.
Liz Earle is available online, John Lewis, QVC and all good department stores.
I will update with individual reviews for the products soon.
Have a lovely weekend!