I used this product a lot a few years ago when I didn’t have as much knowledge of makeup and what was out there. It did its job back then when all I wanted was a basic sheer coverage and just to add a bit of colour to my face. I was surprised to find it was suitable for sensitive skin people like myself as it didn’t cause a reaction. In saying that I almost never use it anymore, however I do still use the thin lizzy concealer and the eyeliner both of which are AMAZING. I never liked the lip gloss that came with the set, it was thick and sticky, on the upside it did smell pretty good.
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Thin Lizzy 6 in 1 Professional Powder Set Review
Thin Lizzy 6in1 Professional Powder combines 6 key make-up must haves into one versatile compact.
The ingenious little powder can be used as a blusher, bronzer, eye shadow, face framer, contour and lip colour.
The 6 in 1 comes in two versatile shades that allow you to personalise it to your skin tone during application. With just a few simple strokes of the brush, the colour corrective pigments reflect the light instantly illuminating the face giving a sun kissed healthy glow.
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Didn't like the thin lizzy powder. I'm not a big make up person anyway - I tend to only use it when I'm going out (make up and being a daycare teacher is kind of a non-purpose hahaa) but seeing as this was advertised as being a good easy to use lightweight product; id give it a shot. I think I used it maybe 3/4 times before giving it away. Unfortunately it just never suited my pale skin - even the pale tones. I found it felt quite cakey - despite the tiniest amount put on. It is affordable, and didn't give my overly sensitive skin a reaction - so that was good. It just wasn't a product that worked for me unfortunately.
I love this stuff I use everyday but not all over my face like it says just on the cheek lines as a blusher to give my face some sort of colour as it's very pale in winter
I love my Thin Lizzy 6 in 1 Pro. Powder Set. After buying from the chemist in a neat little decorated tin, for just under $50-00, it had a double set of products. The powder compact, lip gloss, double ended eye liner pencil and the application brush for the powder compact. When I use these products it gives my skin a brighter look and have had comments of my looking healthy - always a bonus. The eye liner is simple to use, as the lip gloss too. I didn't mind the strawberry flavour, quite tasty as I tend to lick my lips. If going to a more formal occasion then an application of foundation first is always the way to go for me. If my skin were in a better condition perhaps it would be OK on its own but for my own confidence it is foundation as a base. It is really great as an all over bronzer, especially on the legs. My daughter commented that my usual pale legs looked naturally tanned and I didn't have to sit in the sun or torture myself with trying to find a self-tanning product. Being fair skinned the choice of the lighter shade was a no-brainer and the extra set I gave to my daughter. Value for money was great, instructions were a video - in-store and quite simple. The packaging (decorated storage tin) I gave to my daughter and my products fit in my small make-up purse used daily. When my supply is finished then it will be back to purchase more as Thin Lizzy 6 in 1 is easy, affordable and pretty fool-proof.
I find that it covers my face really well with the concealer and is easy to apply but of course as per any other foundation I have used it doesn't last on my face for long.
I use Thin Lizzy daily. It is the only powder I find won't send me into a spiral of hives and irritation. It's not life-changing or even really face-changing. It's just a quick way to give my face a more 'human' look in the morning without having to fuss with foundations or concealers. I doubt any 'Professionals' would use this but it works for me as part of a no-fuss routine.
Tips: Just stick to the basics. Using this for anything other than facial colour and contour is a waste of time. Nail polish? All over tan? Buy another product.
Thin lizzy is good in terms of a bronzer, but the 6 in 1 not so much. As a bronzer it gives good coverage and is easy to apply. One downfall is that I find my skin seems to break out when I regularly use it on my face
I find it handy in the winter months when looking pretty pasty, to give a quick brush over your arms and legs to give a little bit extra colour.
Tips: Be careful not to go overboard, or you might turn out very orange
This is a really great product...if all you want is a bronzer or highlighter. Otherwise the whole '6in1', 'all you'll ever need' sell is a bit of a stretch. Great for an easy, quick sunkissed look but that's about it
When I was younger, I used this all the time because it was the product that tv always went on about, but as I've gotten older I've gone off it a lot because all I found it is good for is for bronzing, and did not work anywhere near as well as the ads made out it did. I found it worked best with foundation under it, but even then, it went patchy really easily. Not a fan of the lip gloss that comes with it, but love the eyeliner!