The forthcoming Laura Mercier Candleglow Concealer is being repositioned more as an enhancer than an actual concealer – I’d say, if you need heavy concealing this isn’t the product for you, but I tried in on my undereye and it worked really well for me in terms of adding just an extra film of coverage that my foundation didn’t get to. Think of it as a hybrid of concealer and foundation that is useful for those bits that foundation doesn’t do a good enough job on but concealer would be too much for. And yes, it’s definitely for the skin geeks who love that immaculate and intense level of base perfection.
I also need to mention that I had to do a heck of lot of clicking to get those pom-poms loaded up and it does slightly over-deliver so take care on those clicks.
Although there are only 7 shades in the Laura Mercier Candleglow Concealer Enhancer line up, I’m very happy to see the dark shade, 6. Above 6 is 0.5 and above that is 3. They’re £25 each from October. If you loved the Laura Mercier Candleglow Foundation (which I did and do), then I think you’ll like these too.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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