Laura Mercier RoseGlow Collection, Review
roses do not bloom hurriedly... for beauty, like any masterpiece, takes time to blossom
Hello, hello my dear friends! In today's post we will be finally chatting about Laura Mercier eye-catching RoseGlow Collection that includes never-seen-before shades of Caviar Stick and a brand new powder highlighter.
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Laura Mercier Caviar Stick Eye Shadow (29 USD; Made in USA) - is a cream eye color in a retractable pencil form that is available in a plethora of shades and finishes (ranging from matte to metallic). Read full review here.
Something that is unique to this year's release is the fact that this is the first nude collection by Laura Mercier, which explains why all shades run on a classy, bronze/rose-gold side. They all have a metallic finish, with some colors showing a bit of fine shimmer in them. Quality-wise these are on par with the brand's original collection of Caviar Stick: creamy, pigmented, buildable, user-friendly and long-lasting. Added bonus? Mega luxurious limited edition rose gold packaging.
As always all of my swatches are raw and unedited (shot in natural daylight)
R-L: Wild Rose, Kiss From A Rose, Strike A Rose, Bed Of Roses, Forbidden Rose, Rose Thorn
As you can see from the swatches, these tones do belong to one "rose" family (hence the names). While you might not need all of them, I would definitely highlight Bed Of Roses and Kiss From A Rose as the most standout and light reflective colors in this collection. Other shades do have duplicates in the brand's original Caviar Stick line.
Wear them alone, as a primer (oh yes, they are that good), eyeliner or mixed with your cream or powder eyeshadows - options are endless. Just let your inner makeup artist shine!
I think that if you are a big fan of the Caviar Stick line in general, you might find a few shades here to add to your personal collection. I love the fact that once these set, they do not move anywhere, yet still remain glistening and vibrant. A big yes and A+ from me.