Thursday, January 12, 2012

Laura Mercier Silk Creme Foundation Review & Application!

Hi My Loves!!!

Quite a few of you have asked for me to do an actual review on the Laura Mercier Silk Creme Foundation. The color that I got a sample of was Beige Ivory (i think) which was probably 1 shade too dark for me, maybe 2..... Although it was too dark, it does blend well and is easy to blend down the neck so that you don't look like a total freaknuts. I felt like the beige ivory was a tad on the ashy side for me. Not so much at the start of the day, but towards the end, it did look a bit too ashy for me.

Here are some pictures of the product and me wearing it, in front of natural light and then with a flash.

It doesn't cause that pooing old white cast like a lot of my others faves do (estee lauder double wear)
so this might be a really great foundation for a wedding, prom, school photos etc...)

It's $42.00, so definitely a little pricey. I recommend going to your local store that carry it and getting a sample to try before you buy :) Sephora is pretty good aout that.

Watch the video here for a full review :)


I got my sample at sephora, a little goes a long way with this, so it might look like a tiny amount but it will last you a good 5 days of wear at least :)




Thanks for reading/watching!

See you tomorrow with my Friday Favorites & Fudgeroos!




  1. This was recommended to me for my dry skin but it didn't end up working out well for me - you could see all of the dry patches. It looks amazing on so many people though, including you. Gorgeous <3

  2. I have heard great stuff about this,but I have yet to try it. Next on my foundation list is the Estee Lauder Double Wear!

  3. Your foundation is WAY too heavy for such a beautiful girl.. Why don't you just play up your feature's with a LOT less makeup (including eyeshadow.. it ALL needs toned down)... NOT a hater by any means but I AM a pro make up artist and you'd be so much more gorgeous if you toned all make up down.. I know we all have our own preferences but it looks like you have on 6 layers of foundation