Liz Earle Sheer Skin Tint

Hello you fabulous lovelies. I can't believe it's Sunday already. Where do these weekends go? A while ago I was sent three sachet samples in the post from Liz Earle to try out their Sheer Skin Tint. They did not send it to me for review purposes, but I thought I would share my thoughts with you on it anyway.

The information on the Liz Earle website:

'The perfect way to enhance your skin. Our rich and creamy, yet lightweight formula leaves all skin types looking naturally dewy, even and radiant. With mineral UV SPF15, it’s enriched with our own blend of natural source vitamin E, borage and avocado, specially selected to work in harmony with our skincare range. Suitable for all skin types.'

The instructions are to apply a little Sheer Skin Tint onto forehead, nose, cheeks and chin, then blend with fingertips over your face.

This product comes in three shades.


This is shade Bare 01 the palest shade to suit fair, alabaster complexions

 This is shade Beige 02 the medium shade to suit the majority of caucasian skins

This is shade Beach 03 mixed in with my own moisturiser as it was too dark for me. This is the darkest shade suitable for suntanned, olive-toned and most asian skin tones

Although the instructions are to blend this in with your fingertips I found that it applied better with my flat top stipple brush. I really like how it felt on my skin and it did sink in really easily. I have to say I did end up with a few streaks though so remember to check back five minutes after applying as that's when they appeared for me. You can easily blend these in with your fingertips though. The coverage was not enough for me, but then I usually use foundation as opposed to tinted moisturisers as I have an uneven skin tone with red areas. I would not dismiss this product for those that prefer less coverage though. I do like the fact that it is SPF 15. It does show up my dry skin quite badly which surprises me as it feels so moisturising, but then I do get that with a lot of foundations and tinted moisturisers. Shade Bare 01 matched my skin tone quite well, but I did like the sun kissed look that the shade Beige 02 gave me. I would say that Beige 02 was my favourite shade. Shade Beach 03 was just too dark for me, but I hate wasting products so I just mixed it well with my own moisturiser. Please bare this in mind if you are looking for a colour match to your skin. Although I didn't mind shade Beige 02 for my skin I think other people may find it hard to match their skin tone as there are only three shades in all.

Here is a link to the product on the Liz Earle website, Link :) This product retails at £21.00 for a 40ml tube.

Have you tried Liz Earle Sheer Skin Tint? If so, Did you find a shade to match your skin tone? What did you like or dislike about this product?

Love to you all

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