Tag: Laura Mercier Bonne Mine

July 2014 Beauty Favourites

This month there were quite a few  beauty products that I really loved. Which ones?July 2014 Beauty Favourites Makeup4all   Skincare

Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm Review (review)

It is such an ah-mazing cleanser, feels creamy and lush on the skin, smells really nice, and leaves the skin soft and smooth. It can be also used as a face mask. What else could you ask for?

Elemis Exotic Cream Moisturuzing  Mask

This is one of my favourite face masks ever, so I am not sure why I still did not write a proper review about it, will do soon. As the name suggests, it moisturises and soothes the skin. Whenever I am stressed out, don’t get enough of sleep and work-work-work, this is the mask that helps my skin to look and feel decent.

You can buy Elemis from Feel Unique.

Ole Henriksen Sheer Transformation Creme (review)

I wrote a detailed review about this cream last week actually, so you can take a look. But in a nutshell: it is a lightweight but hydrating cream that also helps with discolouration. It retails for $40 from Sephora and £47 from Feel Unique.

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Laura Mercier Bonne Mine palette (review and swatches)

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Cream Bronzers: Chanel, Laura Mercier and Sienna X

You all know that I am a huge fan of cream products, and mentioned various cream blushers so many times. But what about bronzers?

Yes, cream bronzers! I have three variants to show you here:

Cream Bronzers Chanel, Laura Mercier and Sienna XThe most famous is definitely Soleil Tan de  Chanel  (review and swatches)

It is a cult classic for a reason, it is such a versatile product, it can be used as a base to warm up the complexion or as a regular bronzer to add some glow and definition to the face. The texture is light and the formula blends like a dream. I Highly recommend it, unless you very fair skin tone, this is the most orange-toned bronzer out of three.

You can buy this product from Selfridges  for £32 or Nordstrom for $48.

Sienna X Cream to Powder Bronzer with Illuminator (review and swatches)

This is an

Laura Mercier Bonne Mine Face Stick Colors and Body Bronzer

When I first saw Laura Mercier’s Bonne Mine palette – I knew that it had to be mine. Unfortunately, it was sold out everywhere, so I had to ask my friend to ship it to me from California (where she was able to find one).

Laura Mercier Bonne Mine Face Stick Colors and Body Bronzer summer 2014

And this week the brand released four Bonne Mine Face Stick Colors, $32 each. (or £26 from Harrods)

The shades are: Bronze Glow, Peach Glow, Coral Glow and Pink Glow.

According to Laura Mercier, these should

Laura Mercier Bonne Mine Palette Review and Swatches

You may remember that I have been looking for Laura Mercier’s Bonne Mine palette everywhere. I have got it a long time ago so I have no idea why I never wrote a proper review on it yet.

I though it was a limited edition palette… But it is actually available at Sephora, where I’ve got it from, for $48.

The main idea why I’ve wanted it so much was to to have all-in-one face product. It saves so much space!

I love the classic white design with Laura’s signature on  top.

Here is how the colours inside look like. You get: 0.36 oz Bronzer Veil, 2 x 0.14 oz Cheek Veil and 2 x 0.14 oz Glow Veil.

You also get a detailed instructions on how to use everything and where is the best to use each product.

And what about the quality and my impression?

FINALLY I’ve Got You, Laura Mercier Bonne Mine Palette

Have you ever been after a certain beauty product for a long time?

Today I want to show you the product that I’ve wanted to get myself for Christmas (I actually wanted to get this product ever since I saw the promo photo) but for some reason it was hard to find it. It was sold out in London, couldn’t find it in Manchester, wanted to get it from New York but it didn’t work. And I could go on really…

But finally I’ve managed to get it from California, can you imagine? My friend got it for me from Sephora for $48.

Meet the Bonne Mine palette from Laura Mercier

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