Posts Tagged: Liz Earle

Oct 13

The Beauty Edit: Eve Snow, Liz Earle for Men & The Body Shop

Liz Earle for Men
Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish is something of a cult favourite for women and now men can get in on the action with a new range just for them. Especially formulated to meet the needs of male skin, the new Cleanse & Polish, Sensitive Shave Cream and After-Shaving Moisturiser contain ingredients like eucalyptus, rosemary and cocoa butter to keep skin smooth and protected during winter. Prices start at £11.50.


Eve Snow Nail Polish – £14
Last month saw the launch of a new Eve Snow collection including Fenwick Bond Street, selected by Mia Fenwick herself. The Autumn/Winter range has four new colours, Bittersweet, Wanderlust, Real B*tiches love Rih (inspired by Rihanna) and Midnight Hour. The range contains vitamin E, argan oil and gingko biloba to nourish nails. Celebrity fans include J Lo, Rihanna, Alexa Chung, Rita Ora and Lana del Rey.


The Body Shop White Musk Smoky Rose – £16/60ml
White Musk Smoky Rose is the new cruelty range from The Body Shop. Cruelty-Free Musk The White Musk range first launched at The Body Shop in 1981 and represented a landmark in the fragrance industry as it was one of the first man-made, cruelty-free musk fragrances to arrive on the market place in replacement of real musk, which is extracted from the civet deer via cruel and painful methods. White Musk Smoky Rose is a fusion of bergamot, pink pepper and blackcurrant and perfect for those who like their scents heady and sensuous.


Jan 13

Liz Earle ‘Colour’ Range

As a huge fan of Liz Earle’s cult product Cleanse and Polish, I was very pleased to be invited to try some products from the new and improved Liz Earle ‘Colour’ range.


The whole collection has been designed to cater for the skin tones of Asian, mixed raced and black women so there should be something to suit everyone. I tried the following products:

Signature Foundation in Mocha 09
Perfect Fix Concealer in Deep 07
Sheer Lip Gloss in Fuchsia 04

The darkest foundation Liz Earle offers is just about dark enough for me and I think that’s because it’s winter and I’m a little paler than usual. The foundation itself is lovely, very natural looking and it sits nicely on the skin. It gives sheer to medium coverage and has great staying power. If you are mixed race, Asian or black (up to the colour of say Naomi Campbell) you will love the colours offered by Liz Earle.

The concealer was actually my favourite product; it was just the right shade, hid everything that needed hiding (dark patches/under eye circles) without leaving my skin looking caked in makeup. The concealer comes in one shade darker than I tried so the range should suit most skin tones.

Liz Earle Signature Gloss offers sheer, non-sticky colour for the lips. If you like understated hints of colour on the lips the range is for you but colour wise, they aren’t offering anything different from most other brands.

Have you tried the Liz Earle Colour range yet; how did you find it?

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