Tuesday, 9 September 2014

A Tinted Moisturizer You All Need

Hey guys, 

When I hear the words Tinted Moisturiser I automatically think little coverage and oily looking skin. It's no wonder really, the majority I have tried meet that assumption.

After taking a spontaneous trip into Space NK a few months ago I saw this Laura Mercier tinted moisturizer. Being the make-up addict I am, I thought I'd at least give this a go.
Turns out I'm in love with this product (if that were at all possible). I adore the fact it doesn't meet my previous expectations, in fact it has totally changed my perception on tinted moisturizer's. This product has simply become my go to everyday base, it has totally replaced my foundations. Its lightweight yet gives a decent coverage and you can build it if you like, for me personally I don't do that, as I feel one application is enough. As the formula of this product is oil free I believe this is the key to why my skin is less oily when using this product. As soon as I saw those words I was won over. This is perfect for a lightweight natural finish and is ideal for anyone with sensitive or oily skin.(Mine definitely can be on the oily side).

I've loved this product so much over the summer months, as it also includes SPF 20 in, which protects my skin from the sun, whilst still leaving me with a natural looking finish to my skin, with a dewy glow, but not at all greasy.

I am so thankful I found this product, it's totally my go to and just makes a wonderful change from foundations which I'm not always a big fan of, on a day to day basis.
Laura Mercier you have won me over with your fabulous tinted moisturizer.

Have you tried this product? Or any other tinted moisturizers you have been loving?

Jess x


  1. You can never go wrong with Laura Mercier :)

  2. I havent't used a tinted moisturiser since I was a teenager, but if this beauty gives good coverage, it may be worth a try as I hate that feeling at the end of the day, when your foundation stats to feel thick and greasy!

    Gems x
    Fashion, Well Done

  3. Laura Mercier products are great !


  4. Love this post and your blog a lot! Would love for you to check out mine xxxxx

  5. Love this post and your blog! Would love for you to check out mine xxxx

  6. I just finished the original one of this and have heard that the oil free version is better a few times must check it out! I'm using the NARS one atm, enjoying it so far! Xx

  7. I would love to try this, I've been meaning to get a new light base!

    The Beauty Scrapbook

  8. Lovely post,dear! :))

  9. Lovely post,dear! :))

  10. I've been considering buying this for a long time now! & after reading this post i think i might have too.. it sounds fab. ❤


  11. Oo, this sounds lovely. I'm addicted to my NARS Tinted Moisturiser at the minute, but I'll have to give this one a go when it has run out :)

    Sam | Tiny Paint Pot xx

  12. I've heard so many good things about it and I would love to try it. x

  13. Ahh I've been wanting this for so long. Keep umming and ahhing over whether to finally buy it.
    Think I need to finally buy it!
    Daniella x


  14. Aw i have dry skin so I can't use this foundation. :(
    But great review, and i always am a huge fan of Laura Mercier.

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  15. loved this product as well, as i tend to like tinted moisturizers in general over regular foundation. and i totally agree about the nice dewy look it gives the skin.
    xx http://1finedai.blogspot.com/

  16. I've never really been into tinted moisturisers but this one does sound lovely. I've never tried anything from Laura Mercier though!

    Salt and Chic // UK Fashion Blog

  17. I used to have a Clinique tinted moisturiser that was pretty good, although some times it was a little runny.

  18. I haven't heard of this product but it sounds good. Great review and keep up the good work.



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