Her tinted moisturisers are a bit of a cult favourite and I've been testing one out for the past few weeks. The tinted moisturiser ranges comes in two types - standard and oil free. The oil free formula is designed for combination to oily skins and I've been using the lightest shade porcelain.
Designed to even skin tone and provide a light coverage, you can also build the product up for more coverage in the areas that might need it (nose and chin in my case).
The formula is quite runny, and after trying a few times to apply it with my fingers, I found I got a more flawless finish with my Real Techniques face brush. It was also easier with the brush to build the coverage up.
Once applied, you're left with a lovely dewy finish to skin, and I found I got around 5 hours wear before needing a top up in my more oily areas. I would recommend setting the tinted moisturiser in place with a little powder, so although that might reduce the dewy finish, it will help keep it in place a lot longer.
I really like this tinted moisturiser. The colour is perfect for me once blended and is great for weekends and days when I don't want to wear a heavier base product. It also has an SPF 20, so will provide some protection from the sun, but don't forget the factor 50 if you're in sunnier climates!
Laura Mercier's tinted moisturiser costs £33 for 50ml, so isn't cheap, but really does deliver and I would quite happily repurchase once this tube runs out. You can find it in store and online from Space NK, John Lewis and Selfridges.
Are you a fan of tinted moistuirsers?