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When You Fall In Love (All Over Again) – Laura Mercier Artist Eye Palette Makeup Look

In Laura Mercier, Makeup Looks, Palettes by Angie Canning2 Comments

When you rediscover an eye palette and get those warm fuzzies all over again…you know it’s the real thing.
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So there I was earlier today – testing out the new Laura Mercier foundation I hauled recently, looked at myself in the mirror and said,

“Hey girl, let’s finish that makeup off for ya – and hey, I know you don’t have to make a public appearance today (well not counting the run around the lake you just did in your SPF), but why don’t we do a full eye look, bronze those cheeks and then WTH, let’s curl that hair while we’re at it!  Sound good?”

Apparently I can be quite convincing because that’s how it started, this is how I ended up and in the process I rediscovered my love for an eye palette I’ve not picked up for awhile (see my palette post here!)

When I first experienced the Laura Mercier Artist Eye Palette I was enamored, but now that I have quite a few more palettes under my belt, I think I have an even better appreciation for the formula, consistency, blendability and the overall shades from this palette.  Fortunately for both of us this palette was recently re-released at Sephora, and currently in stock, so you can shop freely.  Woohoo!  I say I’m relieved as well because it is probably every bloggers nightmare to have to talk about something that is no longer available.  It seriously pains my heart man *chest thump*.


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Laura MercierArtist Eye Palette, $55 – sephora.com

There is she is above, in all of her well-loved glory.  To see original photos and my full review way back when, see this post right here: Laura Mercier Artist Palette for Eyes 

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Laura Mercier Artist Eye Palette Makeup Look 2015

The one shade in this palette that completely melts me is African Violet which I used all over the lids.  This time when applying I took a small synthetic concealer brush and really packed it onto the lids which resulted in a very pigmented application that is gorgeous!  I warmed up the crease with Fresco on a large fluffy brush to diffuse it out as much as I could and then went back in with the same small concealer brush and applied Vanilla Nuts and Sparkling Dew to the inner corners and brow bone.  To bring a little more plum definition to the eyes I used Violet Ink on the lower lashline and blended it out with the fluffy brush.

Although this makeup look is all about the eyes, I just have to share my lip combination with you which is amazing!  I took Laura Mercier Plumberry Lip Pencil all over the lips and topped it with Marc Jacobs Beauty New Nudes in Strange Magic which is the ultimate lipstick/lipliner topper on the face of the planet.  The result is a soft rose nude mauve shade that is incredibly wearable and lasts a long time too!

Be looking for a review of the Laura Mercier Silk Créme Oil Free Photo Edition Foundation very soon on VanityRouge!


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Let me know if you’ve recently picked up the Laura Mercier Artist Eye Palette since it’s re-release (or if you’ve loved it since the beginning) and what you think of it too!
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