Lisa Blur cosmetics are so simply packaged in plain black and white boxes an the product packaging is the same but I love it! The products are designed to be longwearing, comfortable and easy to apply as well as being hypoallergenic.
*Lisa Blur Hi Def Foundation (£25, 20ml - C2 Warm Yellow)I chose what appeared to be one of the lightest shades on the website and it is an amazing match for my skin. The yellow undertones are fantastic for counteracting the redness in my skin caused by eczema. I have used it with a foundation buffing brush and a sponge, I prefer using a sponge as I do have dry skin. The foundation has light to medium coverage, depending on your application method and how much you use - it covers most of the redness, pores, dark circles and minor blemishes that I need covering.
The foundation applies beautifully with a damp sponge, it leaves my skin looking natural, it's not very noticeable on the skin even with powder. It doesn't highlight dryness or fine line which is fantastic and it wear well throughout the day. I'd definitely recommend this foundation if you have dry to normal skin or even slightly oily as long as you set it. Overall rating: ★★★★★, 5/5.
*Lisa Blur Dual Powder (£17.50, C2 Warm Yellow)I've recently finished yet another Essence Fixing powder so I wanted to give a new powder a go; this powder can used as a setting powder or as a powder foundation. I use it to set my t-zone which need setting and a very small amount over the rest of my face. The powder claims medium to full coverage silky smooth application, soft finish and a formula that won't settle into fine lines.
The powder comes in what feels like a really sturdy compact which is great as I tend to drop mine and end up shattering the powder or breaking the lid. It also comes with a sponge but I've been using a fluffy brush. I find that the powder can highlight dryness sometimes but when used lightly it is great for setting my makeup and prolonging the freshness of my makeup. Overall rating: ★★★★☆, 4/5.
*Lisa Blur Ultra Satin Lipstick (£11 - Right On)I have so many lipsticks that are such similar shades that any non-beauty blogger or beauty lover would think was excessive so I chose a shade that I would usually go for - a glittery deep purple! The shade can be used lightly as an almost shimmery purple stain or it can be built up for a deep, rich purple with a visible pink shimmer and shine. I think such a vibrant, colourful shade is perfect for spring especially when used lightly - it seems to make my complexion brighter!
Despite the glitter in the lipstick, it's still relatively smooth and creamy on the lips, the pigmentation is great, application is very quick and easy and it feels fairly lightweight on the lips too. The longevity isn't amazing as it transfers easily but it's pretty while it lasts! Overall rating: ★★★★☆, 4/5.
Have you tried any makeup from Lisa Blur? What do you think of these products? Purple lips for spring - yes or no?