Oh, joy of joys.
These are quite the loveliest brushes which have whisked across our cheeks in a long, long time. They’re from the new Liz Earle Colour collection, and are synthetic (which also means cruelty-free). But the textures are really fantastic and they deliver make-up in a really beautiful, light way – with no harsh ‘edges’.
There’s a little Concealer Brush (genius!), Blusher Brush and the fabbest of all (also Liz’s fave), the Powder Brush.
We like the silky feel of them so much that when we get stressed, we’ve been known to reach into our make-up bags and just stroke them soothingly across our faces.
Sad. But true.
UK readers find the Liz Earle Colour Accessories/£13-20 – just click here
PS We have a fanastic competition on our Beauty Bible website to win an entire collection of Liz Earle Colour, including the brilliant brushes – just click here for the entry page…
Ooops. Due to an OD of over-excitement, this went live before it should have. Here’s the correct version. (We suspect we’re not the only ones thrown by losing a Monday this week…!)
Yesterday was a very exciting day in the history of Liz Earle: Liz Earle Colour was unveiled. (And yes, having known Liz and her business partner Kim Buckland since before they launched their company, we are v-e-r-y proud.) There were literally queues outside the Kings Road store yesterday, with Liz Earle devotees so keen to get their hands on a complete new collection of goodies.
A couple of months ago we got our own hands on the range at an exclusive preview and fell in love with quite a few bits and pieces – in particular, these soft-as-velvet cream blushers. The whole point about the Liz Earle Colour range is that it’s basically totally goof-proof: there isn’t a shade in there that wouldn’t flatter almost everyone.
The cream blusher compacts are super-slimline and weigh almost nothing. If you’re anything like us, a certain wan-ness sets in part-way through a busy day – but literally a dab of this and you’re totally healthy-looking again. The texture almost melts into skin and we’d bet that you could apply this even without the built-in mirror and get seamless results. Our favourite, so-flattering shade? Nude. (Says it all.)
It’s almost a complete, fully-formed range and we’ll be bringing you more reviews on Beauty Bible Loves over the next few days and weeks…
Find Liz Earle Cream Blusher/£16.50 if you click here
NB We have an unmissable competition on our Beauty Bible website to win an entire collection of Liz Earle Colour, plus the brilliant brushes – just click here for the entry page…