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Put on a Happy Holiday Face

Put on a Happy Holiday Face

Laura Mercier was inspired by the Parisian Art Deco movement of the 1920s when creating a color story for her latest holiday release. The limited edition Art Deco Muse Collection channels the beauty of paintings by artist Tamara de Lempicka, resulting in glam elements perfectly in tune with the ornamental nature of the the season.

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A peek of an exotic eye achieved by these products was spotted on the runway during Marchesa’s Fall/Winter 2012 show. Make-up arist Talia Shobrook‘s treatment produced fascinatingly gold-rimmed peepers. There’s a fine line between decorating and accessorizing, and by applying Laura’s face flattering creations, the perfect balance of sparkle and shine comes to life. Here are some of our fave products just or the occassion.

For eyes that glow and glisten, try the Illuminating Eye Colour in Gilded tones of Moonlight, Platinum, Rosegold, and Bronze at $24 a pop. For added definition, be a mysterious maven in black accents with definition from the Caviar Eye Liner topped with the Faux Lash Mascara at $22 and $24 respectively. Paint the town, and your pucker red with the Crème Smooth Lip Colour ($26) available in three shades: Deco Rouge, Tamara Red, and Sienna. Go for a little golden gloss the Lip Lacquer or Lip Glacé for $24 each.

About the company: Laura Mercier is a world-renowned makeup artist and creator of Laura Mercier Cosmetics, Skincare, Body & Bath, and Fragrance. She has been the go to artist for many celebrities including Jessica Parker, Julia Roberts, and Juliette Binoche. In 1996, Laura developed Laura Mercier Cosmetics for women of all ages and skin types. The line can be found in 27 countries amounting to approximately 1,122 stores which includes Neiman Marcus and Sephora and many other retailers. Written by  Sarah A. Freiseis.

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