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Laura Mercier Loose Powder Make Up

Laura Mercier loose powder make up is designed to create a radiant complexion with an even coverage. Products within this range enhance natural beauty with setting powders and blushers alike working together to create a seamless look.

Laura Mercier centred her career on creating flawless make up techniques and quickly made a name for herself within the cosmetics industry. She is the personal make up artist to many well known celebrities and has developed cosmetics to benefit women of all skin types.

Practical advantages of Laura Mercier loose powder

Loose powders are easy to apply with a soft haired make up brush and can be blended allowing you to experiment with shading in a way that contours and shapes the face. Loose powders also offer full coverage creating a natural canvas which you can either leave neutral or decorate with colour. Laura Mercier powders are long lasting and do not rub off easily. They are usually waterproof too and have a distinctively fine texture that doesn't clump or crease.

Types of loose make up powder available from Laura Mercier

The Laura Mercier loose powder range is varied with each product serving a different purpose. Setting powder, for instance, is typically applied after foundation helping it to set and last for a longer period of time. It also helps blusher and bronzer sweep on more evenly but remember that if you are using a loose powder setting product, it is best to stick to other powdered cosmetics rather than switch to creams.

Setting powders come in many different shades, each of which are given a number to help identify them. The range of translucent powders is diverse bringing out the natural radiance of the skin. Each powder helps to create a silky smooth complexion with many resulting in a matte finish that's designed to stay on throughout the day. Brightening and illuminating with microscopic particles are ideal for the eye area as they won't settle in lines or creases.

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