Laura Mercier Luster Eye Colour - Sherazade
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8.2 *
- . - critics
- . - users
average rating based on
less then fifty reviews
most would repurchase
* our guess based on similar releases from this brand

Prefer prose? A snappy summary of reviews so far: Reviewing the easy to apply category the current four suggests users & critics evaluating "how easy to apply did you find this product?" mainly suggest applies itself. On the long-wearing category the current rating of four is a sign that responses to "how long-wearing is this product?" mainly favor stays all day. Looking at review rankings for the colour category an average of five suggests when asked "does this product shift, or is it true to the pan/box/tube?" usually suggest true to colour. In the pigmentation category a rating of two suggests reviewers replies to "how pigmented is this product?" lean slightly sheer. Considering the blendability category an average total of four indicates in response to the "how blendable is this product?" mostly responded blends easily.


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not a review but perhaps helpful - here is a description from the source: What it is: An eye color that imparts pure dynamic iridescence with a sophisticated frost finish, providing amazing adherence. What it does: Long-wearing and crease-resistant, each color looks freshly applied throughout the day while micronized pigments deliver deep color in the release of one stroke. With true color and brilliance, each color is ultra-refined for a soft and luxurious feel. How to use: Use dry only. To accentuate or heighten the eyes, choose shades that offer a contrast so the eye color will stand out. To go from day to night, add a deeper, more intense color and liner. To create a classic eye, use a lighter tone on the lid and under the browbone. Add depth by accentuate the crease with a dark or medium shade, and smudge a deep shade at the lashline. To accentuate or elevate eyes, select shades that contrast eye color.

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