Thursday, 7 June 2012


I'm a very recent fan of Liz Earle, but a big fan none the less. I honestly don't know what I'd do without their Cleanse & Polish (review here) in my daily routine now. I first heard about a make up range coming out a couple of months ago and I'm very happy to say that the clever people at Liz Earle have done just that. The bran new range is showcasing all kinds of products from skin tints, bronzers, mascaras, lip glosses and so many more wonderful items. I was very lucky to have been sent a couple of items which I've really enjoyed using over the past couple of weeks.

Perfect Fix Concealer '02 Fair' £13.50
I've never been able to find the perfect concealer which takes the darkness out of my under eye bags, i just think I'm destined to have under eye circles forever. But the perfect fix concealer certainly takes the edge off and i do notice some difference in the colour. But hands down i would say this product is perfect for blemishes, skin imperfections and tone, it's actually brilliant just how well it works. I will certainly be buying a new one of these when it runs out, i think it's amazing value for money.

Healthy Glow Powder Blush '04 Rose' £16.50
A very high end price tag on this blush, but i think it deserves it the title. It's a beautiful dark rose colour which is very rich in pigmentation. A little goes a really long way so it's a very build able product, I've used this as a subtle bit of colour on the apples of my cheeks but also used it to contour too. I can't fault the lasting time either as it stays put all day. I think this would be perfect for those who tend to stick to one colour blush as it's so long lasting and for that i think it's a good investment. I'm really keen to try some of the cream blushes to see if they're just as good!

Blush Brush £15
This blush brush is probably the best I've ever used! You can tell it's well made, the bristles are just incredibly soft so it's easy to blend with too. Even though this is a lovely brush to use for blusher, i find it much more suited for contouring because of the angle. It picks up just the right amount of product and applies with ease. Again, i know this brush is quite expensive but if you're looking to build a high end collection then i think this brush is a great way to start.

Have you tried any of these products? What do you think?

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  1. didn't try anything, but that brush looks sooo good!


  2. I'd definately try them if I could afford them! Such is student life hehe!

  3. I'd definately try them if I could afford them! Such is student life hehe!

  4. The blush looks incredible! Also really like how the brush has a clear handle!

  5. If a concealer can get rid of my under eye bags I'd definitely say that £13.50 was good value for money! Still need to try the cleanse and polish! X

    Rosie | A Rosie Outlook

  6. Buying the Cleanse and Polish is still on my to-do list, I've heard nothing but amazing things about it!

  7. oooh so excited to try these! im saving to be buy a ton of higher end make up at the moment so this review was really helpful, that blush looks perfect for me too!

  8. That brush and blush look amazing !

  9. I love the look of these products! I am a massive fan of the skincare range, and will definitely check out the makeup :-) xx

  10. The blusher looks gorgeous, as does the blush brush! XO.

  11. The blush brush look gorgeous ! xx

  12. ooh I may have to try the concealer, I have the same problem with under eye circles :(

  13. Hey, I've just found your blog, and it's great!
    I find that I have dark circles under my eyes too an the concealer I use is a very yellow color to balance it out with the purple under my eyes. I use Benefit's Lemon Aid Colour Corrector eyelid primer. Although it's supposed to be used on your eyelid, it's brilliant for all over face problem areas. I also have very red toned skin on my nose and the Lemon Aid sorts that out too! Just remember to put foundation over the top! You can buy Benefit from loads of places including Boots. It's expensive at £16.50 but has lasted me a year. Check out my blog too if you all like, it's about fashion/make up/art/music

    Emily Jayne Lewis


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