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I`ve been a massive fan of Liz Earle products for a while now, my favourites being the much hyped *Hot Cloth Cleanser, *Skin Repair Moisturiser, *Brightening Treatment Mask and *SuperSkin Body Cream. Just today I picked up the Deep Cleansing Mask as it claims to draw out impurities and excess oil to leave skin balanced and calm. So, as you can imagine when I heard about the new Cosmetics line I was very intrigued as it`s been years in the making and when I was offered the chance to try out two of the products, of course - I said yes!
I was sent the *Natural Glow Bronzer in `Bronze` which retails for £19.50, and the *Eye Pencil in `Golden Bronze` which retails for £11 which I`ve been using for a few weeks now. I quite like the packaging of the Cosmetics range, it`s quite simplistic and sleek and I think anything overly luxurious wouldn`t of been what I imagined from the brand.
The bronzer comes in a lovely little compact with a good sized mirror for on the go application, but currently only comes in one shade. I`ve no doubt anyone fair to medium skin would love this but I`m not sure if it would work on very deep skin tones. Although in the pan there is definitely visible shimmer I don`t find that this translates to the skin, applied I can only see very slight luminosity which adds a glow to the skin. I didn`t find this to be massively pigmented but that`s partly why I like it so much, it applies a sheer wash of colour to the skin that`s easily buildable - bear in mind I usually have fake tan on so this would obviously be more visible on lighter skin tones. Overall, I really do think this is a lovely bronzer that adds just the right amount of colour to the skin, adding warmth and creating a bronzed glow.
Now, the eyeliner. I`m a BIG fan of this and I don`t feel like the swatch below does it justice. This pencil is smooth, pigmented and an absolutely gorgeous colour! I wouldn`t say this eyeliner is particularly creamy, like the Urban Decay 24/7 liners where you can smudge the colour but if you work the product in to the skin it can definitely be blended out. I`ve tried this on the waterline, on the lower and upper lash line and it looks beautiful every way. If you have the opportunity I`d suggest swatching this and seeing the beauty for yourself, it comes out as a deep brown that looks bronze and golden at different angles. Gorgeous!
In terms of price point I`m glad the products weren`t priced any higher as I feel they`re almost branching in to the `luxury cosmetics` price range. Admittedly I do think the bronzer is on the expensive side and would have loved to see it with a more affordable price tag, but it is great quality and does boast it`s formula being enriched with Vitamin E, Borage and Avacado!
*All Photos and Content by me!