The Liz Earle Skin Tint has pretty much saturated the blogosphere at this point. When I received it, I was impressed with how it swatched on my hand, but wondered how I could make it work for my oily/combination skin.
Read on to see how I got on with it!
Let me start by saying that my skin has improved considerably of late. I've been trialling a ton of different products and am now terrified to stop using any of them! However I definitely feel that a lot of credit is due to Nuxe Crème Prodigeuse which you can read more about here.
With that out of the way, I still must emphasise that I am, and always have been, a foundation kinda gal, and a full coverage one at that. I am terrified of shine, and even when I am spot-free, I still suffer from redness and acne scarring which needs to be covered up.
So, how did I wear the Skin Tint? Simple. I cheated with a concealer and powder, covering up with MAC Studio Finish and powdering using Essence fix & matte (AMAZING) and a duo-fibre. The finish was still lighter that what I usually go for, and I loved it. I'm delighted to finally be able something more sheer with confidence, and this will be my daytime make-up of choice this autumn.
A quick peek at some of the products I used:
MAC Studio Finish Concealer NC15
Liz Earle Sheer Skin Tint in Light
Essence fix & matte translucent loose powder
Dior Amber Diamond as highlight
Matte brown & black from Sleek Storm Palette
Natural Collection Brow Gel
MAC Painterly Paint Pot
YSL Mascara Volume Effet Faux Cils Shocking in Jade Black
Essence Liquid Eyeliner
Inglot Pearl 409
Inglot AMC Shine 09
MAC Pro Longwear Lipcreme in Love Forever
What do you think?