Estee Lauder

The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. is an American manufacturer and marketer of prestige skincare, makeup, fragrance and hair care products. The company owns a diverse portfolio of labels, distributed internationally in up-market department stores, and has its headquarters in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. (

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1,358 products

28,633 reviews

64% would repurchase

Recent Estee Lauder Reviews

Liquid -Estee Lauder -Double Wear Nude Water Fresh Makeup Broad Spectrum SPF 30

on 12/17/2017 5:54:00 AM


I have been holding off reviewing this, because I thought that I might end up liking it. I just don't.
I have one or two times wearing this, where I felt I had a good makeup day but mostly I end up regretting that I choose this foundation in the morning.
Years ago I use the original version and loved it. Never let me down and because I at the time had servere redness issues, I always relied on the DW foundation. Now my skin is better, I have no issues anymore and always opt for a sheer to medium coverage and that´s why i thought this foundation would be perfect.
I don't know why this foundation wont work or for me, it really baffles me. It just doesn't look good on m skin. I have tried fingers, sponge and brush and the foundation just won't blend it, keeps sitting on top of my skin and makes me look sick. The lasting power is ok, not as good as the original - but I didn't expect that either. The other issue is, it enhances my pores like you won't believe it. And I don't have a big issue with enlarges pores, being a very dried skin gal. It's crazy that this foundation will bring attention to skin flaws that I don't really have. I exfoliate, take really good care om my skin and every other foundation I use highend or drugstore will look awesome on me - just not this one.
I so wish I would love this but I just don't. I can't make it work for me and that has never happend before. And why EL for the love of God are you not adding a pump? For that price it should be necessary to by a pump for the foundation. I find it such an ignorant attitude from this company to not change the dispenser for this foundation when 90% of their costumers will complain about the lack of a pump. Come on already, show some respect for the consumer.

Liquid -Estee Lauder -Double Wear Stay in Place Makeup

on 12/16/2017 9:22:00 PM


Always avoided the foundation because it didn't cater to my skin tone. I recently realized they have expanded their line and went for a bottle.

I have had such bad luck with foundations lately. Nothing has been sticking past 2 hours. I only wore tinted moisturizer.

This works. I don't even have to set my foundation and it stays all day. Not the most beautiful finish from the get go but it melts into my skin within an hour and it looks great.

Bronzers -Estee Lauder -bronzer-goddess

on 12/16/2017 8:23:00 PM


I'm N25, very neutral, and I don't normally go for bronzers with a reddish undertone, but this bronzer is amazeballs.. I bought it over the summer, and probably won't use it much this winter, but it's perfection. Huge pan, smooth consistency, long wear time, just perfect... During winter months I lean more towards Benefit Hoola, or Bahama Mama by TheBalm as an all in one bronzer/contour, but if this suited me all year I would definitely use it.. It's pricey, but well worth it, especially for the size.. Definitely recommend.

Moisturizers -Estee Lauder -Revitalizing Supreme Global Anti-Aging Cream

on 12/15/2017 11:16:00 PM


Tried both the regular and oil-free versions for the face. Both clogged my pores resulting in breakouts. Not that moisturizing and sat on top of my skin. In my opinion, it's a more cosmetic cream than a nourishing one. But what did I expect from the name: "global anti-aging" but silicones and unpleasant textures. There are better creams on the market these days.

Fragrances -Estee Lauder -Beautiful

on 12/15/2017 12:53:00 PM


Ahhh, Beautiful. It's a "mom smell" for sure-- mature, womanly, comforting, complex-- but that doesn't mean it's without sex appeal! There's a reason this continues to sell briskly. It's distinctive as hell, and very pretty. Beautiful is one of those rare fragrances where I prefer the modern reformulation-- for the simple reason that the Beautiful of the '80s was sooooo strong even one spray was too much... it was also VERY heavy on the oakmoss and had a "sour" tinge common to vintage chypres. I can apply 3-4 sprays of current formulation and it settles nicely into a detectable, but not overwhelming cloud of loveliness. The mossy sandalwood base is still there, but the rich deep florals emerge more clearly. This is a comfortable fragrance for daily wear, but special enough for date night. It screams "classic."

I honestly can't pick apart the notes in this one, even though my nose is well-trained. It has been referred to as a rosy marigold/ylang-ylang scent, but the florals are so blended that all I pick up is the "Beautiful accord." I would say if you like gourmand celebu-scents or body sprays, you'll hate this one and yell "Old Lady!!" However, if you enjoy experiencing the layers of an old-skool, rich floral chypre (that is still impeccably clean), snap this up pronto. Similar fragrances to Beautiful include: Giorgio Beverly Hills, YSL Paris, Pavlova by Payot, Clinique Aromatics (very different top/mid notes, but similar woodsy base), Ysatis, Amarige.

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