Laura Mercier Tinted Lip Balms

I absolutely love these tinted lip balms. These are the perfect solution on those days when you don’t really feel like putting on anything too glossy or thick. They give a really pretty natural tint to your lips while moisturising them at the same time. These aren’t sticky at all and have a really yummy lemonade scent. I originally bought one but I loved it so much that I went and bought two more.

I adore the packaging. It’s like a grown up version of the bonne bell tubes we all loved as kids.

From top to bottom: Nude, Apricot and Mocha

This is the lip balm in the color ‘Nude’:

This is ‘Apricot’:

This is ‘Mocha’:

The nude one is my favourite to wear under other glosses as it can get too light on my lips if I apply too much as my lips are quite pigmented. This is one of those colours that work best on girls that have lighter lips.
I didn’t think I’d like the Apricot one as much as I do but it’s actually my favourite and surprisingly the closest to my lip colour. I was surprised because it looks so orange in the tube but it comes out really pretty.
The mocha one is nice but is a bit darker and plummier than my natural lip colour, (even though it’s not coming across like that in the photo) so I think I would wear this one as a subtle night time shade. I tried wearing it during the day but I felt like it gave me too much colour.

Here are some swatches I did on my finger tips to give you an idea of how the colours compare. These were swatched quite heavily as they are very sheer on the lips.

From left to right: Apricot, Nude and Mocha.

Categories: Laura Mercier, lip, swatches


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