I have a high regard for this makeup brand from Milan, the quality, ease of application and pay off is always so good, so, I’d like to share these shades of lovely Lord & Berry pieces with you for lips and eyes.
You can also find other pieces from Lord & Berry in my post here
Lord & Berry Ultimate Lip Liner ~ in Blush (#3034)
This easy-to-use liner has an enriched formulation to protect and soften the skin, and comes in a round pencil form, great for those of us that have round sharpeners. It glides on effortlessly to contour and define the lip line, producing soft, blendable colour with a good finish. I find it works really well with the 20100 lip crayon (as shown below), and fab with a similar lipstick shade.
Ingredients : HYDROGENATED PALM OIL, HIDROGENATED COCOGLYCERIDES, CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC
TRIGLYCERIDE, MICA, HYDROXYLATED LANOLIN, CERA MICROCRYSTALLINA
(MICROCRISTALLINE WAX), PVP/EICOSENE COPOLYMER, PROPYLPARABEN, GLYCINE
SOJA [GLYCINE SOJA (SOYBEAN) OIL], RETINYL PALMITATE, TOCOPHERYL
ACETATE, MACADAMIA TERNIFOLIA (Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil), PROPYLENE
GLYCOL DICAPRYLATE/DICAPRATE, TOCOPHEROL (VITAMIN E), ASCORBYL PALMITATE
(VITAMIN C PALMITATE), LECITHIN, GLYCERYL STEARATE, GLYCERYL OLEATE,
CITRIC ACID, NYMPHAEA ALBA (Nymphaea Alba Flower Extract), ALOE (BARBADENSIS)
EXTRACT, DEHYDROACETIC ACID, BHT, METHYLPARABEN, SORBIC ACID, SODIUM
DEHYDROACETATE MAY CONTAIN: CI 77891, CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499, CI
15850, CI 15850, CI 75470, CI 77742, CI 42090, CI 15985, CI 19140.
Lord & Berry 20100 Lip Crayon
Loved by makeup artists, this glide-on lip crayon gives smooth, intense colour to the lips. I love using these crayons, more so than lipstick as, the formula is so good and quick to apply. It’s comfortable on the lips, lasts well and they’re so portable. I usually apply, blot, then re-apply to get the best performance. It also works well with the above liner. Also, these pencil crayons will even last if tucked away in a makeup drawer for a while, not drying out due to their super hydrating formulation.
Ingredients : isostearyl isostearate, ricinus communis oil, ozokerite, myristyl lactate, dipentaerythrityl hexahydroxystearate/hexastearate/ hexarosinate, cetyl acetate, paraffinum liquidum, cera carnauba, butyl stearate, candelilla cera, acetylated lanolin alcohol, synthetic beeswax, aroma, ethyl vanillin, mica, bht, dehydroacetic acid, propylparaben, methylparaben. may contain: ci 77891, ci 15850, ci 73360, ci 75470, ci 77491, ci 77492, ci 77499, ci 19140, ci 42090, ci 45410. ci 15985, ci 45380.
Swatched together below. You can see what a good match this pencil and crayon are, plus how creamy the consistencies, so no dragging, just ease of use and great payoff.
Below image showing the lip pencils used together (after about an hour’s wear), I love this colour with a neutral eye.
Lord & berry ‘Seta Premiere’ Eyeshadow ~ in Barockque (#4469)
This deep pink/wine powder shadow packs a pigment punch. The one I’m using is a matte formulation, vibrant and pretty, it’s long lasting, has great payoff and is paraben free. The colour adheres well to the skin, is really smooth, and easily buildable for your desired effect, be it a subtle wash over the lid, or, for a stronger look. The Seta Premiere shadows are available in 20 shades and 3 different finishes… masses of choice there then!
Ingredients : talc, ptfe, caprylic/caprictriglyceride, nylon-12, silica, cyclopen¬tasiloxane, zinc stearate, methylparaben, ethylparaben, propylpa¬raben, sorbic acid, tetrasodium edta, macadamia ternifolia seed oil, helianthus annus seed oil (helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil), triclosan, butylparaben, nymphaea alba flower extract, tocoph¬erol, boron nitride. may contain: ci 77007, ci 77499, ci 77492, ci 77491, ci 77163, ci 75470, ci 77891, ci 77510.
I like mixing mine up sometimes, as shown in the images below with a little gold, and en trend blue eyeliner. As the eyes are vibrant, I tend to wear with a pale lip making a great summer look. A pop of vibrant pink in the crease contour always makes any eye colour pop, whilst brightening the face.
Retail prices ~ Seta Premiere eyeshadow £12 each, Ultimate lip liner £9 each, and the 20100 Lip Crayon is £10.
Having sensitive skin and eyes, I have never had any problems with Lord & Berry makeup, compared with some high end brands. The formulations make for ease of application and give great results, so I certainly recommend the range to anyone.
You can find more info and all their products at Lord & Berry so do check out this fab, affordable brand that MUA’s love.
*post contains pr/brand samples