Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Liz Earle Natural Glow Powder Blush Nectar

Over the last few weeks I have been giving the Liz Earle products a try and I am pretty impressed! The packaging on both the blusher and the bronzer is very sturdy, a deep navy colour with little specks of shimmer. Both products have a mirror on the inside which is always nice and has 'Liz Earle' embossed across it. The blush compact isn't particularly big meaning its a nice size to travel with.

 Liz Earle currently has two different  forms of blushers Natural Glow Powder Blush and Natural Glow Cream blush. Both products come in seven shades which are the same in both products- this is quite nice as you have the option to get both if there is a particular colour you like or to use the powder blush to set the cream one. Of course you could just get on or the other if you have a particular preference. Usually I prefer cream blushers but the one I own is the Powder blush but I really like this one and would be interested in trying one of their cream ones too.
The colour I have is Nectar which their website describes as 'Fresh rose-pink. A vibrant colour which works well on darker skin tones too. Perfect for a night-time pop of colour.' I am not great at describing colours so I have included some swatches, although it is quite bright I wouldn't say it is only a night-time blush but it is also perfect for the day. I think this works well on medium to dark skin tones (by medium I mean not very pale), I love wearing this blush with a tan as it adds a lovely glow to the skin and really makes me look healthy!
 Bronzer on the Left, Blusher on the Right
I really love this blusher and it has become on of my most reached for, I have included a picture of me wearing it when I have no fake tan on and you can see it still works on my light skin tone. It is easy to blend into the skin although it is highly pigmented so I would recommend applying a little and building it up.
Would really recommend having a look at this blusher if you are looking for a perfect summer blusher and the whole range is really worth a look.

They retail for £16.50 for 6g-  is available online and in good department stores

What have you tried from Liz Earle?
Sabrina X
*This review includes a PR Sample
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18 comments:

  1. The colour of these look gorgeous may have to make a cheeky purchase (no pun intended) xx

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  2. Love the photos-so clear! Nectar looks lovely going to purchase it asap!

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  3. I have the cream formula in nude. Would highly recommend. Like you, its become the blusher I reach for most often now and the pigmentation is really good.

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  4. I can't wait to try their blushers.

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  5. I really want to try the bronzer!

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  6. I love the look of all the Liz Earle makeup range, especially their blushers!

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  7. Both shades look absolutely gorgeous on your skin color! Great review love!

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  8. These look great! I keep seeing great remarks on Liz Earle makeup and these blushers look so nice!

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  9. ahhh, it looks so nice. it's not too dark but not too light either. i like it. it also accentuates your cheekbones.

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  10. That looks so pretty on you-- like a "your cheeks but better" look. I'm not sure that we have Liz Earle in the States... do you know by any chance?

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  11. Blush looks fantastic! Thanks for posting :)

    xx Veronica

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  12. The blush is gorgeous on you, I reviewed the bronzer as well and really liked it, makes a nice eyeshadow too!

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  14. these look so good! think i may tryyy :)! xx

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  15. Never knew Liz earl had a makeup range... £16.50 ?!? Thats equivalent to mac.... http://stylecrazii.blogspot.co.uk/

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  16. They look gorgeous on you, really natural too xx

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  17. Thank you thank you thank you for the way you show blush on your face with the rest of your face involved... I find that when people just swatch blush on their arm it's really hard to know how it will suit specific skin tones and eye colour etc... perfect photos!! Thank you!! xx

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