Laura Mercier

Laura Mercier Eye Canvas Review & Swatches

Laura Mercier Eye Basics have been a part of my beauty arsenal for a while, I have all the shades. Their such a quick, easy way to brighten up eyes and prep them for other makeup or even just a little eyeliner and go. I normally use a shade on weekends when I really can’t be bothered with a full eyeshadow look. They have a way of brightening my eyes and giving them a flawless finish with very minimal effort on my part.

I was every so delighted and excited that for Spring, Laura has introduced new Eye Canvas pots. Granted, we all concentrate so hard on concealing the area under our eyes but never neglect your lids, they need a little TLC too and Eye Canvas promise to be the perfect little prep for the area.

Take a look!


Laura Mercier Custom Artist Portfolio

Time to mix and match it with Laura Mercier. Her new Custom Artist Portfolio will be launching this Spring and offers endless possibilities for creating customized compacts of color that are travel friendly and allow you to make up you own one of a kind compact creation.

Take a look!


Laura Mercier Nail Lacquer

Word on the street is Laura Mercier has her own Nail Lacquer Collection available for a limited time.

Has she ever done polish before?


Laura Mercier Eye Canvas

There are three women in my life that I trust to brighten up my aging eyes. Trish, Bobbi, and Laura! These ladies know how to address the issues of aging and make some of the best preps and concealers I own to brighten up my under eyes and keep them looking fresh, bright, and alert.

The good news?

Laura Mercier has brand new Eye Canvas pots for our eyes. Joy!


Laura Mercier Foundation Primer Radiance Review, Swatches, Photos

Laura Mercier only you could make me a believer that a glowing, radiance primer is brilliant.

Typically I avoid glowy, pearly foundation, bb cream, and primer products. I have a full, round face and adding glow to it just makes me look odd.

So I did head into my Laura Mercier Radiance Foundation Primer with feet dragging and caution in the wind.

I came out of the experience pleasantly surprised.