Laura Mercier Mineral Powder
Fine-milled loose powder foundation creates a natural, healthy, youthful glow. Formulated with natural elements including 15 active amino acids, it helps fight the appearance of aging. Pearlescent Powders and Mica give a soft focus effect for a smooth, luminous look.
Long-wearing, water-resistant formula offers the coverage of a foundation with the blendability and easy application of a loose powder.
Sheer to Medium coverage.
Ideal for all skin types.
Oil-free. Non-comedogenic. Dermatologist-tested.
Using the Blending Brush, gently pick up product and tap off excess. Dust over face in a circular motion, working product into the skin for a healthy, even glow. Continue layering until desired coverage is achieved. For best results, use after your preferred Laura Mercier Foundation Primer.
For the most flawless, natural look, Laura says it's key to avoid over-applying foundation to the middle of the face—where too much formula can accentuate lines and other imperfections. With liquid, crème, or powder, she recommends starting at the outer portion of the face and working inward towards the nose. Focus on one area at a time and be sure to blend well. Avoid excess application around eyes or the contours of the face. Repeat application until desired coverage is achieved.
Remember, use Foundation to even out your skin tone. Use Concealer to camouflage imperfections.
(Natural Beige, Soft Porcelain): Mica, Pearl Powder. (+/-): CI 77163 (Bismuth Oxychloride), CI 77947 (Zinc Oxide), CI 77891 (Titanium Dioxide), CI 77491 (Iron Oxides), CI 77492 (Iron Oxides), CI 77499 (Iron Oxides).
(Real Sand, Tender Rose, Rich Vanilla, Classic Beige, Pure Honey, Warm Bronze): Active Ingredient – Zinc Oxide. Ingredient: Pearl Powder. May Contain (+/-): Mica (CI 77019), Bismuth Oxychloride (CI 77163), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499).
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Laura Mercier Mineral Powder
- "it is lightweight and medium to full coverage. it lives your skin quite flawless and it is rather on the pricey side. i purchased it at sephora alongside with the laura mercies translucent powder" in 28 reviews
I am in love woth this powder. It is not thick or cakey with no flashback at all. My face looked flawless for over 5 hrs. My face is very oily and usually only lasts 2 at the smost before I am blotting and retouching. I even used the wrong primer/foundation combo and it still lasted longer. It looked flawless had no smell and wasnt super drying.
I have tried numerous powders over the years and this by far one of my favorites. I love the finish it leaves on the skin. It's not matte and it's not overly glowy either. Very much a skin like, natural sort of finish. This color is a tad bit dark for me, but I will definitely be repurchasing this in a lighter shade when I use this one up. It reminds me a lot of the mac mineralize skin finish natural in a lot of ways. The powder is super fine and I don't find it to enhance dryness or texture. I like to mix it with a translucent powder like the rcma no color powder to dilute the color a bit and use the mixture as an all over setting powder. If I ever get a bit of a tan I can also use this like a powder foundation. I like the sifter on this as well as it is adjustable.
Great setting// finishing powder leaves my face looking and feeling flawless with no flashback it is one of the best I have tried and is perfect for its price lasted me all year and it is super easy to apply especially because it comes with a little application puff
I looovvve this product sooo much! When I do a dewy makeup look, I put the this powder on my skin and it balances my skin to a matte and dewy look. The size is also perfect and the traveled size is perfect for traveling. Definitely recommend this!
Purchased at: Sephora
This has been my go to mineral powder for the last 10 years! I love the coverage as I can build it up or apply just one layer over my foundation! This is one product that will forever live in my kit! Laura Mercier Mineral Powder
Just love it i saw it on and artist and i asked her and she did a tutorial explaining how to used . I went to Sephora to buy it. At my first use I LOVE IT for real and if you combine it with the spray for long use of make up is better
Review for: Warm Bronze more...
It is the perfect color for my skin, I mean I know its translucent.... but yeah its awesome, I put on my foundation and concealer and then submerge my face with this stuff and after my bronzer and blush it doesn't look too cakey. I always get asked what foundations/powders I use and Im glad to have this as a part of my everyday makeup. Also if you are thinking about buying the powder puff by Laura Mercier, don't, there is no point, you don't need it, just go buy a cheap one from Walmart or wherever, it will do the same thing! Just a tip. What I noticed works the best for me, is if I take my powder puff and put it under my eyes first to set that concealer then grab my beauty blender and blend that out, and I pretty much do that all over my face. Sometimes I only use my beauty blender and not even the powder puff.
Review for: Tender Rose more...
WOW! I have been using Chanel's loose powder for 10+ years and never thought I would switch to anything different. However, I have recently been trying to use safer products--so I reluctantly started considering new powders without talc. I was in a bluemercury store and I mentioned to the sales associate my dilemma-- I really didn't think she'd be able to show me anything that would convince me to switch. But OMG -- when she put this powder on my face I was shocked. It has the perfect texture, perfect finish, and just the right amount of coverage. The only ingredients are minerals (no talc!!) Also, a little bit goes SUCH a long way and it stays on all day. I used WAY more of my Chanel powder every day--I only have to use a tiny bit of this stuff. I'm also shocked by how many people have mentioned my skin looks great since I switched. Bye bye Chanel! I will never look back.
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