Saturday, 3 November 2012

Liz Earle Signature Foundation

Liz Earle has recently added colour cosmetics to their product line and with the amazing make up artist Jane Bradley as their make up ambassador we are excited to see what new launches they have instore.

We recently tried their Signature foundation. This 25ml bottle comes in nine different shades.
The colours seem to be a mixture of yellow and pink based which would suit skin tones from very fair through to mocha.

This lightweight coverage would be great for people who like their base natural.
It doesn't seem to be a foundation that can be built up as it remains sheer on the skin.
If you prefer a heavier coverage you could team it up with a concealer to give you a fuller cover.
The finish has a slight sheen that resembles a natural skin glow but I found once the foundation set it felt quite matte.

I think this foundation would sit nicely on an oily rather than dry skin as the matte texture settled into  dry patches on my skin which made it slightly more visible under a camera flash.

The first thing I do when testing products out is smell them! This foundation (and all of Liz Earles products) smell lovely!

£21.00 and available now from 



  1. This looks like such a great foundation!:)

  2. I'm saving for this foundation now! I have oily skin and would love to try this out:)

  3. I have been on a new foundation hunt due to the cold weather bringing on the drier skin..this one looks really nice, I would love to try it in the summer when im nice and "dewy"... I love the shades, the two lighter ones look like true yellow undertones..

  4. This looks lovely! Thanks for another wonderful post! xx

  5. Really interesting review of Liz Earle Foundation. I also like rest of the content at your blog and interested if you write a guest post for my readers at my beauty blog . Many elite writers are already contributing their writing talent and informative content.
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  6. I had a sample of this and it went on great. But within minutes, it really oxidised and left me quite orange!


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