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Laura Mercier Baked Eyeshadow Palette Review

5th January 2012 in Uncategorised - 15 Comments - 2 min read

Hey Beauties, How are you?

Today I’m going to talk about this gorgeous palette that I found at Laura Mercier in House of Fraser i had to speak to the sales woman about it, I had to have it because as you will see below the colours are actually so gorgeous. I was expecting maybe £50-60 BUT…no, £20! it is the holiday selections so I was shocked that it was soooo cheap!

It comes in a sleek little case the Laura Mercier Logo containing 5 Baked Eyeshadows ranging in colours such as Brown, Bronze, Pearl, Pink and Purple

As you can see from the pictures below the shadows are Baked which i think its a cool idea because you can use then wet or dry:

I thought i would include a few close up shots of the shadows so you could see what they looked like, i love the colour Terracotta it looks like a metal ball type thing and uber pigmented.
Sienna
Terracotta



Lilac
Pink Petal
Ballet Pink- My Favourite!

As you can see are quite pigmented while dry but wet, they are even more pigmented! i love the white/pink highlighter its so pigmented and amazing as well as the other shades which are nice for a festive look but they do have quite a bit of glitter in them so do your foundation last

Dry
Wet using Illamasqua Sealing Gel
Now for the boring part: Each shadow weights .5g so your not getting much product but if you look at the shadow it looks a ton of product i think because its so packed tightly

You can buy this Palette from Laura Mercier, i dont know if it is the same everywhere but i got it for £20, im sure you will be able to find it
What do you think of this Palette?
Do you like Baked Shadows?
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Im happy to answer any and all questions.
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Thanks for Reading!
MrAJBx3
xxx
Andrew James

Scottish science nerd obsessed with all things beauty! Creator of The Skincare Saviour, a skincare blog covering everything from reviews, tutorials to busting myths, finding dupes and breaking down trends.

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