Laura Mercier Bold Brights Mini Lip Glace Set Review & Swatches
Laura Mercier Bold Brights Mini Lip Glace Set ($48) is one of two new, limited edition sets that released with the Laura Mercier Holiday 2013 Collection. I’ve already reviewed the Laura Mercier Bare Nudes Mini Lip Glace Set but if nudes aren’t you’re thing you’re sure to adore this Bold Brights Lip Glace Set.
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I said it before I’ll say it again, the Laura Mercier Lip Glace Sets are my favorite Holiday gloss sets!
The Laura Mercier Bold Brights Mini Lip Glace Set contains five 0.1 oz glosses in a variety of cool and warm berry and red shades.
I never know what to call Lip Glace. Are they a lipstick? A gloss? Both? The pigmentation is so incredible I think calling them a mere gloss is an insult so perhaps more of a liquid lipstick of sorts. Most of these shades are completely opaque with a mere one being sheer which is Azalea but all others are completely opaque and have excellent pigmentation!
Azalea, Bonbon, Camellia, Grenadine, Poppy
The shades you get are:
- Bon Bon
- Poppy (my favorite!)
The formula is a thicker gloss with a luminous shine and a wear of four to five hours without being too sticky or tacky. The gloss has a sweet vanilla/cream brulee-like scent and taste so beware if you’re sensitive to fragrance or flavor in your lipglosses. Typically they wear very comfortably for me without color fading or losing intensity through the wear nor do they migrate around my mouth. They have enough tacky to allow the gloss to adhere to lips and wear strongly but not so sticky you aren’t left feeling uncomfortable through the wear of the gloss. Of course, as I mentioned above the pigmentation is the real joy as most shades are opaque and act as more of a liquid lipstick of sorts.
To say I love these little glosses is an understatement.
If you’ve never tried the Lip Glace formula this is an excellent way to get your feet wet!
Very Muse Approved.
They are available now at your favorite Laura Mercier counters or online at Nordstrom.com and LauraMercier.com.
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