September 12, 2012

Laura Mercier Illuminating Eye Colour

Laura Mercier Illuminating Eye Colour ($24) launching shortly is a creamy eye color with a quilted design available in three shade selections.

These shades can be applied wet or dry for a multidimensional, luminous pearl finish and a metallic effect.

Take a look!

Supposedly they have a soft bouncy texture and are a talc-free formula.

I’m curious about these as they sound like a hybrid creamy powder yes?


  • Gilded Platinum
  • Gilded Bronze
  • Gilded Moonlight

These are launching shortly at Laura Mercier counters and online at

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  • theRothstanator

    These look awesome. I have been enjoying more non traditional textured formulas like L’Oreal’s Infallible Shadows. I bet these LM ones are gonna be similar to the Sephora Prisma Chromes. Can’t wait to swatch these in person!

  • Melissa

    I feel like she did quilted somethings before. You didn’t have any reviews if she did but I didn’t bother google for it just a hunch this is a re-promote.

  • Bora

    I’ve had a play with these and they’re very very similar to the Estee Lauder powder gelee eyeshadows/highlighters they’ve been releasing. I think Sephora and MAC have had similar powder/gel textures released recently too.