Lise Watier

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259 products

1,184 reviews

73% would repurchase

Recent Lise Watier Reviews

Eye Shadow -Lise Watier -OMBRE SOUFFLà SUPRÊME

on 11/9/2018 8:26:00 PM


Lise Watier is a Canadian, cruelty free company. I purchased these cream shadows from Shoppers Drug Mart for $27.00.

These are my absolute favourite cream shadows and despite the steep price tag I've garnered a little collection of them. I have four in total, two of which I use more often but all of them perform beautifully, in my opinion. The shades I have are; Sunrise Peach (a light peachy champagne shade), Wonderland (a beautiful gold), Taupe Fantasia (a taupe shade), and they've recently released three new colours one of which is Amethyste (a neutral purple shade, if that makes sense. It isn't an icy or overly intense purple!)

The shadows contain 4 grams of product and honestly I use so little that they'll last me ages.

Now, these shadows are called "ombre souffle supreme" largely because the shadows have an interesting texture, at least at first. My most recently bought shade Amethyste still has a very bouncy feel to it and when I tap my finger in the shadow to pick up the product I do tend to get a lot of it. As the shadows sit longer (there's a screw on lid and a little plastic stopper) I do find they settle down. They are definitely still creams and I don't have an issue picking up colour - they just aren't as messy as they are initially!

I personally apply these with my finger and get a nice light wash of colour that is shimmery. If I want a more intense colour payoff I will apply it using a denser brush or even a sponge applicator. Applying this over top of a tacky glitter primer also helps the colour look more intense!

A fallback of these shadows is that I personally have oily lids and I do find this will crease after a few hours. I can't give a precise timeline but if I put one of these on in the morning by the time I get home (a little over 8 hours) the shadow will have creased.

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Eyeliner -Lise Watier -Dramatique Gel Liner

on 10/27/2018 8:46:00 PM


Hands down, the best eyeliner I've ever used. It goes on like silk; absolutely no tugging, just a perfect line. It stays on until you remove it. The 2 colours I've tried- Aubergine and Navy- are lovely. It's $25 in Canada and worth every penny.

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Moisturizers -Lise Watier -Age Control Supreme La Creme

on 10/17/2018 8:14:00 PM


I bought this and the night creme version in a deal package at Shopper's. Both are horrible. After purchasing these my face became a mess. So trying to save money has now cost me money to remedy the damage. My skin was dry and the products felt like vaseline or glycerin on my face. Nothing absorbed and my skin looked dry, tight and overall did not feel good. Threw out my receipts and cannot return. Waste of money, I would not recommend this.

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Palettes -Lise Watier -Havana Trio Glow

on 10/1/2018 9:54:00 PM


This palette contains a bronzer, highlighter and blush. I like the blush which is a matte bright peachy-pink shade. The bronzer is nice, a warm medium bronze shade, not too golden or orange, with the slightest shimmer and goes on fairly sheer. I feel the highlighter is a dud for me. It's a pale neutral beige color and although it looks slightly sparkly in the pan, I can't see anything when I apply it. It actually has the opposite effect of a highlighter and dulls down my skin making my cheekbones look more powdery and matte. Perhaps it may show up on someone with darker skin (I'm around NW20). This is unfortunate as I specifically bought this palette for travel to cut down on the amount of products needed.

Makeup Brushes -Lise Watier -Foundation Brush

on 9/30/2018 10:41:00 AM


This is my absolute fave foundation brush, for liquid or powder/mineral foundation. So soft, no streaking. Easy to clean. I got mine in a set at SDM last year, well worth the $

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