Review: Thin Lizzy Makeup Range

Hello beauties,

I’m sure you all would be aware of the Thin Lizzy brand. Thin Lizzy was revolutionary when first introduced as it was a 6 in one product; face framer, eyeshadow, contour, lip colour, body bronzer and blush. The range has now expanded into various products, so what’s the hits and misses?


Thin Lizzy Mineral Foundation $39.95*

First off the mineral foundation comes with a brush that’s really good! This mineral foundation comes in a compact making it easy to apply on the go, however they also have a loose pigment form. Shade wise this was too light for me, I was provided with Pacific Sun which looks to be the darkest in the range. When I applied it, it was easy to do so with the brush. The instructions said to beware of not putting too much but personally I think you can’t get carried away with this foundation. Once applied I found that it was light coverage, potentially buildable to medium. Not a negative, I think mineral foundation is great day to day to allow the skin to breath. Staying power is hard for me to judge as I had to layer the foundation with another mineral foundation, but I think it lasted quite well throughout the day. Repurchase: YES (if they had my colour)


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Thin Lizzy Concealer Crème $29.95*

Quite a high coverage concealer and great at highlighting the under eye area. I applied with a brush and then used my finger to warm up the product and get rid off any brush strokes. Repurchase: YES

Thin Lizzy 6 in 1 Professional Loose Powder $39.99*

Personally I found this difficult to work with because I didn’t know how to apply it. How the heck are you meant to get the product out? Are you meant to tip it on the lid and then put your brush in it? Moving on from that, once applied I found it created a hint of colour on my dark skin. I quite liked the natural bronze effect it created. If I had fairer skin I think I would use this a lot more. Repurchase: YES (if it was darker)


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Thin Lizzy All-Day Flexi Mascara $29.99*

When I first applied this mascara I wasn’t fussed by it. It added length but that was it. However when I removed it I realised it was a tubing mascara meaning it was super easy to remove. I applied my eye makeup remover on a cotton round and was able to simply pull the mascara off with no tugging of the eye. Once I cleansed my face there was absolutely no panda eyes. Even though I loved the removal process I was disappointed with the lack of volume, however once layered with a different mascara it was great. Repurchase: NO

*This product has been provided for reviewing purposes, all views and opinions are 100% honest.

**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.

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9 thoughts on “Review: Thin Lizzy Makeup Range

  1. Loved your review Rachel – I’ve seen this range in various locations but haven’t tried any yet. Delighted to read that there was only one “no” for a repurchase – thanks for the info hon xxx


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