Hello! I can't believe it's been almost a week since my last post! I have no idea where the time is going so I promise I will try and post more, especially since I have quite a few things to review as of recent. Today's post is a review on the Liz Earle Healthy Glow Powder Blush in the shade "Blossom".
Ever since the new makeup collection was released I have been pining over these blushers. It's weird, since this time last year I didn't even wear blusher at all and now it's at the top of my favourite beauty products. Anyway, all the colours in this collection look completely natural, perfect for everyday wear and will suit most skin tones, which is, in my opinion, what a cosmetics brand should take into consideration when creating products.
Initially, I swayed towards the shade "Nectar", which is described as a fresh rose-pink. I probably would have bought that one if I hadn't told myself I always pick up similar colours. So my second choice was "Blossom."
"Blossom" is an old rose coloured blusher, which is described as easy to wear and gives an understated blush to most skins from pale to light olive. I find it a very flattering colour, and it's very easily blended onto the skin. The blusher isn't chalky in the slightest, it's nice and soft to the touch and the longevity is very decent, as it's still left on my face after being at work for 8 hours. However, it would look slightly nicer if I topped it up during the day. Another plus of this product is the packaging, I think it looks incredibly high end and very elegant? I can't really think of another word to describe it but there are loads of more expensive brands that just don't do it for me packaging-wise, and I think having nice packaging on an expensive product is important but that might be just me, haha!
As it retails for £16.50, it does seem slightly on the pricier side, but it's totally justifiable in my honest opinion. I know the swatch I've included is rubbish, but none of my cameras pick up swatches very well at all!
Have you tried any of the Liz Earle blushers? I was tempted to pick this shade up as a cream blusher but chickened out as I'm not too familiar with them!