[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I’ve really been looking forward to reviewing the Lisa Eldridge Seamless Skin Skin Tint (hmm that looks wrong but it’s what’s on the packaging!). I didn’t doubt that it would be great because so far, Lisa has yet to put a foot wrong – I didn’t like her foundation finish but did like the texture and feel of it but I prefer a good glow level so it was never going to be quite right for my individual preference.

Lisa Eldridge Seamless Skin Skin Tint Review

I used Shade T7 which is for a neutral undertone – and the application is bliss. Unless you are literally using a broom to apply this tint, you cannot go wrong. You need two drops to cover your entire face. I still have a mark from a (Dora stress related) spot and for such sheer coverage, Seamless Skin Skin Tint did a great job of reducing the redness. I like a tint that you don’t have to blend for ever or that claims you need specific brushes or complex application methods. I just used my trusty e.l.f. brush which was perfect (£8 HERE).

Lisa Eldridge Seamless Skin Skin Tint Review

Above is T6 and below is T7, the shade I’m wearing in pictures. There’s a serum like quality to the texture which is very helpful to create that easy application – it just glides over your skin. There’s a strong skin care element to this base (so I’ll hold off using it often til I’ve finished my Vaseline & Rosewater test) – glycerin, sunflower seed oil, prickly pear and squalane so you can expect your skin to feel soft all day long while wearing it.

Lisa Eldridge Seamless Skin Skin Tint ReviewAs you can see, it’s giving my complexion some decent light bounce and glow while giving a light coverage that’s enough to give my skin more of a uniform look and a smoothness uplift. I know that the Lisa Eldridge Seamless Skin Skin Tint has already got rave reviews, so here’s another to add to pile :-). It’s £37 HERE in 18 shades.


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