[unpaid/sample] I knew these were going to be great, and sure enough, Lisa Eldridge Enlivening Blush (£24) is just that – in fact, it’s exceeded my expectations. I will say from the get-go that they’re currently sold out and not offering a wait list any more (which obviously means the second batch is also sold out) so if you feel you’d like one, the best way is to get on Lisa’s mailing list to be notified when the next batch arrives.
Above, Island Glow and Pink Soap. I feel that Lisa’s long experience shows in these blushes – they really do give a seamless result with the pigment melting into your skin so that it looks natural and like it’s meant to be there. The translucency is glorious – the wash of colour allows your natural tone to show through while giving a semi-dewy veil of pigment.
Above is Pink Poetry and Dante’s Dream. The Lisa Eldridge Enlivening Blush collection has a painterly quality – like a freshly brushed watercolour across the complexion. I mean, can I praise any more? I love them. The one thing you need to look out for is the pigment intensity – what ever tiny dot you squeeze out into the palm of your hand before it goes onto your brush, halve it!
The Elevated Glow Highlighter (£27 – available for pre-order HERE) is available in four shades and I have Cosmic Rose above. It’s comprised of tiny shimmering pearls in a light tint base and it’s probably one of the more versatile highlighters I’ve come across in that it’s buildable – you can literally have a whisper of highlight or you can max it up. Again, start with the smallest dot on a fluffy brush and build from there.
It’s hard to pick out an absolute favourite – I started off loving Dante’s Peak but as I tried more I like them just as much. The easiest wear is Pink Soap – a dream. In the swatch, bottom to top are: Pink Soap, Island Glow, Dante’s Peak and Pink Poetry. You can sign up for Lisa’s newsletter HERE or follow her on Instagram HERE.
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