Liz Earle has recently released their brand new make-up collection range. Liz Earle colour states that their new collection is a range of make-up essentials in flattering, wearable shades that suit all ages and stages of skin and a ride range of skin tones. Each product claims to maximise time, minimise effort and can be depended on every day to enhance rather than mask your skin. Effortless to choose and easy to wear.
I love Liz Earle skincare so i knew that once they had released their brand new make-up collection i had to try some of the products. The first items were those which i've pictured above; the Liz Earle Perfect Fix Concealer and the Liz Earle Precision Brush.
The Perfect Fix Concealer comes beautifully packaged in a metal tube with a screw top lid and the Liz Earle logo at the top and writing along the tube. I got Shade 2 which is Fair, the concealer is quite creamy so is very easy to apply, it blends beautifully and disguised my dark circles and blemishes. A little really does go a long way so you can use this sparingly and still achieve great coverage. The only thing i would change is for me to go a shade lighter as my skin is very fair. Overall a fabulous product which i'm pleased to have discovered. The Perfect Fix Concealer is £13.50, 2g and is available to buy from here.
The Precision Brush is a lovely design, clear with Liz Earle written along the brush, the rounded brush is of a oval shape and is also multi-functional which can be used for the face, brows, lips and eyes . I used the Precision Brush along with the Perfect Fix Concealer and i was extremely happy with the results. The two worked really well together, the brush picking up just enough product and blended into my skin beautifully, even getting into the most smallest of areas, perfect. The Precision Brush is £13.00 and is available to buy from here.
I can't wait to try more products from the range, i think my next purchase will be the Healthy Glow Cream Blush which is available in a variety of different shades.
Have any of you tried the new make-up range from Liz Earle?