Thursday, July 14th, 2011


Le Metier de Beaute Innocence Eyeshadow

Le Metier de Beaute Innocence Eyeshadow

Le Metier de Beaute Innocence Eyeshadow ($30.00 for 0.13 oz.) is a red-tinted copper with a part frost, part metallic sheen. It’s a finely-milled, smooth, blendable eyeshadow that applies as well dry as it does wet (the metallic sheen is emphasized when used wet). The color payoff is rich, intense, but it did read redder in the pan than when I swatched it. I imagine my yellower undertones have something to do it and would expect someone with pinker undertones to see this pull redder on them.

This is very similar to Milani’s I Heart You in color, though it is less pigmented. It is also similar to MAC Coppering, which looks more copper than Innocence.

The Glossover

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product

Innocence

A+
It's a gorgeous version of a coppery red and higher quality than the dupes I own, but it's not as nuanced as one might expect.

Product

10/10

Pigmentation

10/10

Texture

10/10

Longevity

10/10

Application

5/5

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Le Metier de Beaute Innocence Eyeshadow


Le Metier de Beaute Innocence Eyeshadow


Le Metier de Beaute Innocence Eyeshadow


Le Metier de Beaute Innocence Eyeshadow


Le Metier de Beaute Innocence Eyeshadow (Dry/Wet)

Product & Review FAQ

Where can I purchase it? How much is it?

Nordstrom, $30.

Is it limited edition?

No.

Any dupes?

This is very similar to Milani's I Heart You in color, though it is less pigmented. It is also similar to MAC Coppering, which looks more copper than Innocence.

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13 thoughts on “Le Metier de Beaute Innocence Eyeshadow Review, Photos, Swatches

  1. Beautiful! This shade is actually on it’s way to me now. I’m well on my way to owning every Le Metier de Beaute eyeshadow. I’m so happy you’re finally delving more into one of my favourite brands!

  2. Leticia Centeno

    Hey Christine!

    Do you have any idea if/when you are going to review/swatch MAC Glamglass collection? I`m dyiiiiiing to see the colors.

    XOXO

  3. I wish this were redder!

  4. Avatar of Mariella Mariella

    I was hoping this was a blush when I saw the photo! Oh well – can’t get Le Metier de Beaute around here and red tones look dreadful on my eyes.

  5. This looks nice, but Milani’s version is the one I can afford. :)

  6. That’s a gorgeous fiery copper! I will have to check out the Milani dupe since I am trying to cut back on my beauty spending, but I love seeing these luxe brands swatched!

  7. Avatar of Deborah Deb

    This is super pretty and pigmented, but the name seems odd – this is about the least innocent color I can think of, so dark and warm! I have a Cargo eyeshadow called Nepal that seems similar, so I think I’m covered. That’s why I didn’t get Coppering, either!

  8. i’d like that as a blush color

  9. alitebirdie

    this color looks amazing layered with another lmdb shadow. don’t judge lmdb shades until you’ve layered them using their couche de colour technique;)