68% would repurchase
on 12/3/2018 10:17:00 AM
More reviews by sputnik1978
I love this lipstick. It's one of those perfect lipsticks you buy and it's so perfect you're already dreading the day when the company will inevitably discontinue it for no good reason and you'll be back to square one looking for the perfect, versatile red lipstick. Audrey has a creamy consistency and doesn't dry out your lips and is surprisingly long lasting. It probably helps that I start with an invisible lip liner but even when I don't use that, it's pretty long lasting for a 'regular' lipstick, and I figured out a while ago that I would rather reapply more often than use long-lasting lip colours that dry out my lips. As for the colour, I think because it's a somewhat muted red, it sort of takes on the colour of the wearer. I have two friends who also use this lipstick, and we all have different colourings. One has cool undertones like me but the other definitely has more olive skin and it looks amazing - and totally different - on her as well. I would say it is pretty well balanced red, strong on the pink but not too cool, and definitely not a warm red. But it will work on warm undertones as well. I can wear it during the day to go to work, or at night. If anyone from Laura Mercier reads this: please don't discontinue Audrey! Ever!
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on 12/1/2018 2:30:00 PM
More reviews by 6Lil7
I've been using this product for a few years and I really like it. However, I had decided that the price $28 was getting a little steep (starting from $24 when I first bought it). So, I tried Sephora Collection Amplifying Concealing Powder which is bigger and $16. Great deal, right? I was so proud of myself of saving money. Well, I found again you get what you pay for! Just to let you older gals know, as I'm one of you, I would NEVER put powder under my eyes except close to the lash line. It's going to make your undereye area look wrinkled, plain and simple! You want to keep that area bright and moist. That's what I do and i'm 73! Not saying I look 20 years younger, and I don't have to look like a young kid, but I want to look "well preserved". This Laura Mercier sets my eyelids when I use MAC prolongwear paint pot in soft ochre, then LM, then a highlighter shadow. I have deep set eyes. So, there you are! I'm returning the Sephora one and replacing it with the LM powder.
7 of 8 people found this helpful.
on 11/16/2018 8:24:00 AM
More reviews by mka87
I liked this but its not worth its £30 price tag. I bought mine on an offer so it was more cost effective but I wouldn’t repurchase. It is quite a thick powder, not finely milled at all and although oil controlling properties are good, it very much depends on the liquid foundation you pair this with in order to see its benefits. This did wonders for my Clinique Beyond Perfecting and Urban Decay Naked Skin; but nothing for my MAC foundations. One tub lasted me only 5 months which was also slightly disappointing - I seemed to need to use a lot of this to set my face appropriately. Good but not incredible considering the price.
1 of 1 people found this helpful.
on 11/10/2018 7:35:00 PM
More reviews by KateLausanne
Laura Mercier sticks were the first ones I’ve tried. I did not enjoy them. For the reference I have dry eyelids. The shadows stay in place forever, but I find it very difficult to apply and blend. They are not gliding on my lids, they are dragging them. I can only do small strokes and it takes ages to cover my lid. Blending is a nightmare, nearly impossible.Don’t recommend to anyone with dry eyelids, but I think it can work great for oily skin.
5 of 6 people found this helpful.
on 11/2/2018 2:15:00 PM
More reviews by mariella99
I got this very recently in the Sephora sale and I am so thrilled with it. The colour is this lovely, grungy olive/bronze and it's the sort of colour I always gravitate toward (I just have a good 10 or dozen similar colours of eyeshadow - creams, powders and pencils). This applies easily and smoothly on me and remains creamy long enough for me to blend it but when it sets, it ain't goin' nowhere! It works equally well as a shadow (blended a bit) or as an eyeliner, applied in a more concentrated way. Lise Watier had a LE cream/powder shadow called Sortilege and Khaki is very close in colour and finish to that beauty so I'm doubly glad to have this.
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