Liz Earle natural finish loose powder & brush

liz earle loose powder and brush
liz earle loose powder and brush
liz earle loose powder and brush
liz earle loose powder and brush

The Liz Earle makeup collection is undeniably smart and desirable with its simple, elegant packaging and their refined range offering everyday essentials to enhance, rather than mask your skin. I featured a few of their new eye products here and thought I would now share with you two of my stand-out products that work in perfect harmony together.

Liz Earle Natural Finish Loose Powder* £19.50
This lightweight formula contains four types of powder and different sized particles to help smooth and even out the appearance of your skin, giving you a natural finish. It is enriched with a blend of vitamin E and avocado oils and come in three different shades to suit all skin tones. I have been using 01 Natural Ivory, and despite having a medium skin tone, it suits me really well. This powder doesn’t deposit a lot of colour onto your skin (which I think is a good thing) but simply evens out your complexion, diminishes fine lines and eliminates any shiny areas. The powder is so beautifully blended and velvety-soft, it is impossible for it to ever feel cakey or heavy on the skin, even with a few touch-ups during the day, especially when applied with the Liz Earle powder brush…

Liz Earle Powder Brush* £20
Currently there are only three different brushes in the Liz Earle makeup range but I have a suspicion they will soon be expanding their accessories collection. The cut and shape of the brushes have been uniquely designed by their makeup artists to help you achieve truly professional results. The man-made fibres are completely animal friendly and are cut individually to ensure you pick up and apply just the right about if product. The powder brush is so stylish sporting a two-toned, rounded head and clear acrylic handle and has a feather-like feel. The brush is ridiculously soft and is perfect to use with powders or bronzers. It works brilliantly with loose face powders as it lightly dusts the product all over, rather than deposits it in one place.

This fine duo has been a staple part of my makeup routine for the past couple of weeks now, forcing me to cast my MAC mineralised skinfinish natural and favourite kabuki cruelly aside. For the time being anyway!

Have you tried anything from the new Liz Earle makeup collection?

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  1. 16th July 2012 / 9:36 pm

    I always think the Liz Earle packaging/design is so classy and elegant! 🙂

  2. 16th July 2012 / 10:10 pm

    how are you finding this in comparison with your mac mineralised skinfinish?? xx

  3. 16th July 2012 / 11:12 pm

    Great Post:) I really want to pick up some of the brushes when I'm in Manchester on Friday xxx

  4. 17th July 2012 / 8:35 am

    I really need to try this!

  5. 17th July 2012 / 9:00 am

    Liz earl is seriously such a great brand, definitely looking forward in trying their natural finish powder. Great review! 🙂

  6. 17th July 2012 / 3:34 pm

    Id love to try Liz Earle make up, the brushes look so soft! x

  7. 17th July 2012 / 4:14 pm

    @francesca forzoni – Compared to MAC's MSFN I find this powder a lot less heavy and cakey, and is less pigmented. So it is more like a translucent face powder.

  8. 18th July 2012 / 8:09 am

    Great post! I've been using a loose powder from
    cover fx but when that's gone I'm definitely gonna give that a try! xCx