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Laura Mercia ambient light powder ..

(7 Posts)
ginorwine Sat 19-Dec-15 10:01:06

Does anyone use this ? Reviews look good .
Also how do you choose the colour ? I have pale slightly yellow based skin .the descriptions all sound lovely - moonlight etc .i just want the most flattering look I can get !!!

ginorwine Sat 19-Dec-15 11:13:26

As fingers are hovering over lap top to order 😄😄😄😄

ElasticPants Sat 19-Dec-15 12:16:37

The whole range is good, but Laura Mercier need more make up counters! I got the right shade at the Harrods counter and I order more online from John Lewis.

Aquamarine70 Sat 19-Dec-15 12:50:09

Not sure if you can get Hourglass in the UK, I am in Australia. Their ambient lighting powder in morning light it Dim lit is nice.

Aquamarine70 Sat 19-Dec-15 13:15:47

*mood light not morning light

Jaeme Sun 20-Dec-15 11:56:44

Space NK sell hourglass in the UK. Best bet is to go in store if you can and have s play with them. IMO there's only very subtle differences between the powders when they're applied so they should be ok in any colour but have a play anyway.

If you can stretch your budget to it they had a set out that was 3 powders and 3 blushes, would be a good way to try them out;

cressetmama Sun 20-Dec-15 16:11:21

Some John Lewis stores have it. I use vanilla glow, but I am very olive skinned.

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