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Laura Mercier Eye Art Artists Palette Review

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Laura Mercier Eye Art Artists Palette Review

Laura Mercier Eye Art Artists Palette Review

Laura Mercier Artist’s Palette for Eyes ($48.00 for 0.36 oz.) contains twelve eyeshadows.

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Laura Mercier Eye Art Artists Palette Review

This palette leans slightly cool-toned side but  there are some warmer shades included. It’s a mix of peach, brown, and plum; with more matte finishes than the average palette.

This is not a new palette this is a re-release of the ever popular 2013 holiday palette that went out of stock very, very quickly. I just picked this palette up a few days ago. I was doing my monthly shopping at my local Sephora and happen to see the beautiful colors on display. The to colors that really caught my attention was African Violet and Violet Ink OMG these two colors are so beautiful and pigmented.  The African Violet has a hint of gold shimmer which I would use as a highlight color.

I’m not a real fan of shimmery or glittery eye shadow shades this is what caught my attention the lack of shimmer and more Matte colors.

This palette is truly consistent across the board a majority of the shades have a  nice color payoff with a majority of them hitting it totally out of the park while just a few needed a bit more improvement. All shades are amazingly  blendable,  and long wearing (I have worn a majority of the colors in this palette and did not have any issues with creasing/fading while wearing them for an extended time).

 I can honestly say that this might not only become my new go to palette.

Pro’s

  • Woman of Color Friendly
  • Beautiful Packaging and Presentation
  • Good Quality Mirror
  • Great Pigmentation
  • Buttery Texture
  • Easy To Apply
  • Easy To Blend
  • Long-wearing
  • Versatile
  • Travel-friendly

Con’s

  • Non
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Top Row

Starting from Left to Right

Sparkling Dew:

is a pale, soft peach with a hint of pink and barely-there warm undertones. It had a soft, frosted finish.

Guava:

is described as a “peach stucco.” It’s a light-medium, peachy-pink with a pale golden sheen and light warm undertones.

African Violet:

is described as a “violet copper shimmer.” It’s a cool-toned, violet purple with a golden frost.

Plum Smoke:

is described as a “smoke amethyst.” It’s a muted, smoky purple with neutral-to-cool undertones and a matte finish.

Kir Royal:

is described as a “deep aubergine.” It’s a dark, burgundy-brown with a satin finish and warm undertones.

Violet Ink:

is a muted, neutral-to-warm eggplant purple with a matte finish.

 

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Bottom Row

Starting from Left to Right

Vanilla Nuts:

is described as a “light neutral champagne.” It’s a cool-toned, pink-tinged beige with a matte finish.

Primrose:

is described as a “yellow pink with golden pearl.” It’s a light-medium, peachy beige with a frosted sheen.

Fresco:

is described as a “neutral beige brown.” It’s a medium brown with neutral-to-warm undertones and a matte finish.

Bamboo:

is described as a “golden brown shimmer.” It’s a medium, slightly golden brown with golden champagne shimmer.

Truffle:

is described as a “deep chocolate taupe.” It’s a medium-dark, chocolate brown with warm undertones and a matte finish.

Espresso:

is a deep, dark blackened brown with a matte finish and cool undertones.