Laura Mercier Eye Art Caviar Colour-Inspired Palette for July 2016

Laura Mercier Eye Art Caviar Colour-Inspired Palette
Laura Mercier Eye Art Caviar Colour-Inspired Palette

The mirrored palette features six matte and six crushed pearl-shimmer eye shadow shades, ranging from light to dark. The versatile palette can take your eyes from neutral day to sultry evening looks. The universally flattering, light reflecting crushed pearl-shimmer shades add dimension and enhance brightness. Featuring a slim, faux snake skin design, it’s both elegant and travel-friendly.

July 2016

The Details

Eye Art Caviar Colour-Inspired Palette, $55.00 (Limited Edition)

  • Rosegold (Pearl)
  • Tuxedo (Matte)
  • Ginger (Matte) (Repromote)
  • Morning Dew (Matte) (Repromote)
  • Copper (Pearl)
  • Ganache (Matte)
  • Buttercream (Matte) (Repromote)
  • Khaki (Pearl)
  • Sandglow (Pearl)
  • Steel (Matte)
  • Amethyst (Pearl)
  • Burnished Bronze (Pearl)

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This looks really nice but I’ll likely pass as it’s not a whole whack of colours I don’t already have and I know that her e/s palettes can sometimes be very disappointing. But if your review is good, chances are I will perhaps buy it (I think it would be my first LM eyeshadow palette ever, if I did).

It’s very pretty, but I feel like the market is soooo saturated with neutral palettes already – and I say that even as someone who LOVES neutral palettes! I have all of these colors covered probably a couple of times over. For someone who is just building their collection, though, it does look like a really nice mix of colors and finishes.

Julia – Could not agree more! Nothing new here for those of us that already have a good selection of neutrals. The last LM palette I purchased, though, was a HUGE disappointment for me. I felt the packaging was cheaply made and the shadows were poorly pigmented and dusty. I’d really hesitate to pull the trigger on another LM shadow purchase without seeing Christine’s review first.

Interesting that all the pearl colors are the same as their caviar sticks… wonder if the color will be dupes of their cream eyeshadow sticks in powder form !

Ok, I was falling asleep over another neutral palette, but now you have my attention! I’m a big fan of her caviar sticks, and I love to layer powder shadows on top of them, so if these shades match the sticks, and it reviews decently, this might be my first LM palette ever !!

That was my thought too! I think this is her second palette wo African Violet. LOL I love that shade, but I can buy it as a single. Will wait for review. I’ve hit pan on the Artist Palette from 2014?? Love it, but the last few didn’t have great reviews.

I’m loving the look of this palette! But I have to say, summer officially just started YESTERDAY, can beauty brands let us enjoy our coral lippies and coconut scented body mists before they release moody fall colors?

I would love to buy this, however, I just bought the Anastasia Modern Renaissance palette, the Glow Kit palette and a Tarte palette the month before. So many gorgeous palettes these days… you could go bankrupt!

I’m actually excited to see how this palette does, as it appears to be a deeper take on the rose-gold neutral palettes of late! Especially considering that UD Naked 3 runs too light and cool for me.

It looks sort of interesting, I do think I have dupes for most of the colours, though.
I hope you’ll get this palette to review, as I don’t think I’ll ever buy an eyeshadow palette again without your stamp of approval, Christine.
The last LM palette I bought was rather disappointing, I don’t think it got very good reviews, I just got sort of swept away that day, I think.

Considering that her Artist’s Palette is my favorite palette ever, and that her caviar sticks are my favorite stick shadows ever, I am very excited for this palette. (Even though I have a bunch of neutrals already.) I’m definitely waiting for your review, though, since I know her palettes can be hit or miss!

I haven’t bought any of her eye shadows before, but I think I prefer the look of the Artists palette. I don’t have African Violet yet! *^_^*

I look forward to your review on this one, Christine; it looks gorgeous and I don’t have any LM shadow palettes. As shocking as that sounds lol…

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