• Delivers a perfectly glowing finish that looks luminous in any light
  • Immediate glow & improved natural luminosity within 1 week
  • Vitamin C boosts skin’s luminosity, revealing brighter, clearer & more even toned skin over time
  • Skin appears more even & the appearance of dark spots are reduced after 4 weeks of use
  • Provides 15 hours of hydration & moisturisation to visibly smooth & soften skin
  • Powered by Silver Ear Mushroom Extract (400 times as moisturising as Sodium Hyaluronate) to hydrate & smooth skin instantly, for maximum skin comfort
  • Super Crystal Clear Pearl has a super-fine texture with a flat surface for strong light reflecting effect
  • Replenishes skin while softening the look of fine lines & wrinkles
  • Weightless medium to full coverage formula
  • Second skin look and feel
  • Flexible polymers melt into skin to create a longwearing coverage
  • Colour-true pigments resist oxidation
  • Naturally luminous finish
  • Ideal for all skin types, especially normal to dry
  • Available in 30 shades
Laura Mercier Flawless Lumiere Radiance Perfecting Foundation
Laura Mercier Flawless Lumiere Radiance Perfecting Foundation

Texture

So this foundation has a soft glowy finish, rather than super dewy, but it is also rather good at minimising the look of pores which I wasn’t expecting when I read the description at all. Pore perfecting is sometimes rare with more luminous finishes. This is a big win for me. The creamy texture works really well on my combination skin and it melts in easily when applied with fingers.

Laura Mercier Flawless Lumiere Radiance Perfecting Foundation Swatches
1C0 Cameo, 2C1 Ecru, 2N1 Cashew

I have read some feedback that it might not work too well on dry skins which is surprising as it is positioned as a moisturising formula.

In terms of shades, I have to confess that I always find it a bit tricky to work out my match when it comes to Laura Mercier foundation. I was sent three shades, and surprisingly I actually found a really good foundation match with a shade that I thought would be too light. I think this might be one that you have to go to counter and try before you commit.