Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer

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31S8VSAQWEL._SL500_AA280_ I have tried to think of a new way to talk about this next product.  The problem is that it has all been said before!  There is a reason that Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer is consistently awarded “Best Tinted Moisturizer”, because it gives a flawless look unlike any other. 

There are three different formulations:  Original, Illuminating, and Oil Free. The product is light, hydrating, and evens out the skintone to perfection.  Unlike most tinted moisturizers, this provides  a significant amount of coverage. I personally like to mix the oil free and illuminating formulas for a perfect glow.  Every time I apply this mix, I am asked if I got a tan, or told that I look radiant.  You can’t beat those compliments!

Here are the details:

  • Moisturizing formula hydrates skin, softening & easing fine, dry lines
  • Leaves a natural, dewy finish
  • Features an antioxidant vitamin complex that acts as a free radical scavenger to protect the skin from even the most aggressive effects of the environment
  • Extremely long-wearing, stays colour true & wears evenly
  • Add SPF and a sheer finish to the skin by mixing 50% Tinted Moisturizer into your Foundation

Makeup Artist Tip:  Try mixing the Bronzing Gel onto the forehead, cheeks, and tip of your chin for a natural, sheer glow.  Or, if you need to warm up the color on your moisturizer, try mixing this gel with the tinted moisturizer for a believable tan.

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2 Responses to Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer

  1. Sara says:

    I love tinted moisturizer! I been using the stila version. But this one is next on my list! Sara

  2. I have used Stila and it’s great too, but I think you will go nuts over this one!! And definitely try the Illuminating formula. It is beautiful!

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