Sunday, January 06, 2013

Liz Earle Blend and Contour Eye Brush - Review

I tend to over look make-up brushes when it comes to blogging which is ridiculous given that they
are such a critical part of every day life for me.
2012 saw Liz Earle expand into not only cosmetics but also produce a line of make-up brushes
one of which I have been using religiously for the past month or so and feel that the time has come to
share my current blending eyeshadow brush that I can not be without.

Say hello to Liz  Earle Blend and Contour Brush is a tapered brush that is super soft thanks to the blend
of acrylic fibres, it picks up colour nicely and is a complete dream to blend out harsh lines with.
The fine tapered edge means you can also get into areas such as the lower and upper lash line with
ease and most importantly It washes well, remaining it's tight shape and softness with each wash.

Okay it doesn't look the most high end brush out there with the transparent acrylic handle,
I'm a little disappointed they didn't use the deep navy blue packaging that so many Liz Earle beauty
products now come in but what it lacks in looks it more than makes up in performance.

You know when you have stumbled across a great brush line when you want to own them all
and that has happened to me since the launch of the Real Technique brushes!

Liz Earle Blend and Contour Eye Brush* £12.50 via Liz Earle - link

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  1. I have been looking for a brush like this! I was thinking of getting the Sigma E45, but I am drawn one more as it costs about the same and I dont need to buy from the USA, plus I love Liz Earle as a brand.

  2. I just posted about make up brushes too, it will be great to see a photo of a make up done with this brush.

  3. Looks like an amazing brush! I have a thing about tapered brushes, I think they work so well.

  4. That brush looks so amazing, blending brushes are my fav i have loads!:)

  5. this looks lovely, I love brushes this shape! nice to hear it's good quality too :) x

  6. I really love the look of the brush and the shape is going to be great for applying eyeshadow into the contours of my eyes. However, i think that presentation and packaging is very important to products therefore this minimalistic design just doesn't work for me. The price is quite expensive too for what it is and i would rather spend that money on a higher end make-up brush that is similar in style. Thanks for letting me know about this brush and the helpful review! xxx

  7. I love real techniques and I'm a bad fan of sigma however there are a couple of sigma brushes that were a bit of a miss for me. Must check these out, liz Earle always seems to hit the nail on the head xx

  8. Never thought to try the Liz Earle brushes - thanks for the heads up! xxx


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