Here to Stay!

Here to Stay!

Laura Mercier

I never gave much thought to wrinkles and face creases until I became serious about makeup. I was doing fine with my banana powder from a contour kit I have. But, the more makeup I started wearing the more pronounce the crease under my eye became. My best friend assured me it wasn’t so bad (she’s my personal guru and go-to for advice!)but it still bothered me so much.

So I started doing research and research. Until one day my husband gave me that nudge and told me to “just buy it!!’. So I did! I was a bit hesitant because Nicole Guerriero claimed the translucent powder is ‘a bit drying’. Of course, I kept watching different videos of people who claimed to have the same type of skin as me. Also read some of the reviews on the Sephora website and I am so glad I did.  Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder is amazing.

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An extremely lightweight, sheer and silky setting powder that contains the finest French “cashmere” talc and a unique light-reflecting ingredient that creates a “soft-focus” appearance for fine lines and imperfections. The oil-free powder sets makeup to prolong wear leaving a natural look without appearing cakey or powdery.
Non-comedogenic -from their website .

It is another item that is worth every  pretty shiny penny! I am not big on baking, if I’m honest it intimidates me, but a quick sweep of it and BAM! Crease be gone! Now, when I say that don’t think it completely got rid of it. Its just how my under eye is. What I do mean is since wearing it I’ve noticed my makeup doesn’t cake up in there. I thought it was the concealer I was using so I started hoarding concealers in hopes of finding one that would solve the problem. Then the makeup gods brought me closer to Laura Mercier. I recently ran out of setting spray and its starting to warm up in Florida so I freaked! Then I remembered a friend mentioned it can be used for an all over setting powder. I gave it a shot and. . . I AM HIGHLY IMPRESSED. It did the job, lasted 8+hrs, and kept my makeup looking good. I swear by Skindanavia and Urban Decay’s De slick and the powder held up as good as if I would’ve sprits myself with either of those!

The brushed photographed with the powder is just an elf blush brush. But it can be applied with a beauty blender or makeup sponge as well. I haven’t noticed a difference. Anyone know if there is??

I definitely recommend it because its for sure going to stay as part of my collection!

Thanks for reading. I hope you enjoyed this post!!

Ps. If anyone’s interested my snapchat is: prissycutes

And my Instagram is: 00scilla (those are zeros lol)

2 thoughts on “Here to Stay!

  1. Great post! I have just converted to the Laura Mercier powder too, I was previously using Ben Nye Banana for the undereye and Chanel Loose Powder to set the rest of my makeup. The Laura Mercier powder is so much better for me too, I have pronounced undereye lines and dark circles and I am always on the look out for a better product to deal with this. My current under eye routine is the Urban Decay Naked Concealer then the Laura Mercier powder to set. I just bought the By Terry Hyaluronic Hydra powder for my kit which was a splurge but I am having some amazing results with this on clients with mature skin. It continuously moisturises the skin, while keeping everything set in place. X

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