Signature Foundation - Porcelain 01
Powder - Sheer Ivory 02
Cream Blush - Nectar 06*
Lash Definition Smudge Proof Mascara - Black 01*
Nars Eyeshadow - Argentina
Eyeshadow - Bronze 05*
Eyeliner - Golden Bronze 03*
Eyebrow Pencil - Fair 01
Signature Lipstick - Blossom 14*
Ah Liz Earle, a brand that caught my attention years ago, and made me fall totally in love with them when they released their colour range two or so years ago. Time has passed, and the products are still simply packaged in boring blue casing, but actually, this, alongside minimal scent and natural ingredients, is beautifully synonymous with the simple Liz Earle brand. Heres what I'm wearing for a Liz Earle 'look.' Well, with a little bit of Nars snuck in ;)
Natural finish, more on the matte side. Not my favourite foundation and it needs a good primer, but one I'd repurchase for the colour match alone. It covers most imperfections, and with a touch of concealer its pretty perfect after a few minutes 'sinking' time. Why does this happen with some foundations?
First off, I'll make a note that I'm not keen on the eyeliner. It glides nicely, but the colour payoff for this shade isn't the best, and its not particularly a colour I'd go for, either. If you're looking for a more natural look though, a golden brown shade like this is one to consider. I'm pretty sure that the eyebrow pencil speaks for itself, and I love it. The only problem I have is how soft it is, I can see this disappearing far too quickly!
The mascara and eyeshadows are lovely though, and although I tend to avoid single eyeshadows, this is a gorgeous khaki shade that I love to smudge into my lid crease. The mascara, really is smudge proof, and one coat adds an impressive amount of definition in the blackest of black colours that I insist on.
I've talked about the formula of Liz Earles cream blush before here, and these are what transformed me into a cream blush lover, having turned my nose up at all others I'd tried thanks to a streaky application or a quick fade. This bright pink shade translates into a warm rosy blush on the cheeks, and only the tiniest amount is needed on the end of my Elf mini-stippling brush.
Straight to the top 3 of my favourite all time lipstick formulas ever, is this. It glides on smoothly and feels super moisturising, enriched with Vitamin E, Shea Butter and Avocado Oil (I have the driest lips ever, too). A buildable pale peach shade with a semi-sheer finish, that lasts about 3-4 hours.
What do you think?
Have you tried Liz Earle make up?