When it comes to Liz Earle, their skincare takes centre stage but I've come to realise that a lot of people didn't realise that they have a make-up range, so here's a little intro in to Liz Earle cosmetics!
For the last two years, they have been easing new beauty products into their brand and I have previously tried the sheer skin tint, eye shadow and perfume but a few new things arrived a couple of weeks ago, so here are my thoughts on the following beauty products from Liz Earle...
3 Liz Earle Make-Up Must-Haves
Radiant Glow Bronzer, £19.50
I don't know about you but at this time of year, but my skin suffers during Autumn and Winter, the cold weather leaves my complexion quite dull so a bit of bronzer over my pale, lack-lustre skin never goes amiss, and I don't mind a bit of shimmer if it brightens up my skin! Liz Earle Radiant Glow Bronzer is exactly what it says it is!
It's a powder bronzer that adds warmth to your face with a slight shimmer (not too sparkly) and illuminating glow. It's has, as you can see, four tones, and what I love about this bronzer is that it's as subtle and light as it looks on the photos which is nice if you are pale like I am, so you can just brush it on without worry that it's going to end up looking too dark.
It's a really beautiful bronzer which leaves a gorgeous silky finish, and it's an easy one to work in to your daily make up routine.
Eyeliner Pencils, £11.00
One of my must-haves is eyeliner and I have tried them all from high street brand to high end. I find that the high end ones have better staying power but as long as they're really black and lasts 3 or 4 hours, I'm happy.
The two Liz Earle eyeliner pencils I've got are in black (shade 01) and in golden bronze (shade 03) and the texture of the pencils are quite hard. And for that reason, they will last longer than if it was soft.
It's smudge-able but only just about, it's not as creamy like kohl pencils. The black is pretty standard, it's nice and dark, doesn't budge for several hours. The golden bronze is new eyeliner territory to me, but I've been trying this on the upper lash line and smudging this in to soften it up around the top edge.
Signature Lip Colours, £14.00
I blogged about the Liz Earle lipsticks last week, and they really are as beautiful as they look, so do hop on over there to read the full review and check the lipsticks out next time you're at the Liz Earle beauty counter.
It isn't pictured in this blogpost but another make up items that I recommend from the Liz Earle range is the Sheer Skin Tint, which is particular gorgeous if you have dry skin because it goes on so smoothly and leaves a healthy dewy finish.
Have you tried any of make-up from Liz Earle? Or do you have any recommendations from the range?