Liz Earle : Perfect Finish Powder Foundation - Soft Ivory

Liz Earle Perfect Finish Powder Foundation - £21.00* Buy Here at

 I've been using this foundation now for a few weeks and thought i'd let you all know how i'm getting on with it. 

Liz Earle have a great range of make up and have a number of different foundations, I like to use powder foundation as I have a very oily t-zone and find liquid foundation rather hard to apply to my skin. This powder foundation is very easy to apply- I use the sponge that came in the compact because this gives the best results. The sponge allows you to build up the foundation which is good for me because I like to build up my foundation on my chin where I suffer from spots and blemishes. This foundation covers well - I use a small amount of concealer and then use my stippling brush to apply more foundation over the concealer. This creates a very light-dewy effect and makes my spots nearly unnoticeable. 

The colour is perfect for my skin-tone and is nearly the same as my MAC Studio Fix nw20 powder foundation so this would be good for someone who's skin doesn't agree with MAC or they would like a lighter more natural foundation. Liz Earle's Foundation is enriched with their own natural source vitamin E, borage and avocado. They also don't test on animals or have any animal ingredients in their products or any genetically engineered ingredients. So it's really good for people who have strong views about animal testing or like to know whats in their make up!

I would recommend this foundation- It lasts all day and makes your skin matte but luminous and dewy. It doesn't make my skin dry and I can build it up to cover any blemishes but its also very light so creates a natural look. The packaging is very nice with a glittery blue compact with a mirror, a sponge and a separate section for your sponge so your mirror doesn't get all dirty. 

The only thing about this foundation is I've been using it for about 2 weeks and I can already see the pan (bottom of the compact) so I don't think its going to last very long, I think it may last another couple of weeks. I don't know if I could pay to replace my foundation every month, My MAC studio fix powder foundation is £20.50 for 15g where as the Liz Earle is £21.00 for 10g. However I prefer the Liz Earle and like the effect it gives on my skin more than the MAC. 

I really like this foundation and can't wait to try some more Liz Earle Make up. 

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