These 13 New Laura Mercier Lip Glace Shades Are Getting Me in the Mood for Spring

Published in: Laura Mercier, Lips, Makeup

Calling all Laura Fans! Be on the lookout for these 13 new Lip Glace shades…

Lots of new Lip Glace lurve over at Laura Mercier right now.

I’m still here in the city, and one of the places I visited a little while ago was the Laura Mercier counter at Neiman Marcus in Union Square, where I spotted these 13 juicy new luscious Lip Glace lipglosses (Lip Glaces?) — all of them recent additions to Laura’s permanent line.


Top row from the left: Chocolate, Garnet, Poppy, Daiquiri, Tulip, Azalea and Cosmic; bottom row: Black Cherry, Orchid, Wildflower, Pink Pop, Nectar and Bare Baby

That colorful display up there stopped me in my tracks.

Now, I know that winters here in the Bay Area are pretty mild compared to winters in other parts of the U.S. and the world…but I don’t care. I’m still completely over it, and these colors are putting me in a warm-weather mood.

I think I squealed a little too loudly at the counter when I was swatching one of the creamy, bold brights. It was Pink Pop. I’ve definitely got my eye on that one, for sure…

And maybe also Daiquiri and Nectar. Those two deserve a happy home in my makeup bag, haha!

Yes, you know me all too well. 🙂

I asked one of the artists at the counter today if Laura reformulated the new shades, and the official answer was “I’m not sure,” but the artist did say that she really thinks the new colors are smoother and more intense than usual. Hmm…


Swatches, top row from the left: Chocolate, Garnet, Poppy, Daiquiri, Tulip, Azalea and Cosmic; bottom row: Black Cherry, Orchid, Wildflower, Pink Pop, Nectar and Bare Baby

Quick shout-out to Layla, the MBB reader who walked up to say “Hi” while I was at the store.

Hi, Layla! Hey, girl! 🙂 You keep working on that smokey eye (be patient, do your layers and blend that mofo out!). You’ll get the hang of it. I’m sure.

These 13 new Lip Glace shades are available now at Laura Mercier counters and online. They’re $25 each.

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,



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  1. Lauren says:

    Hi Karen!
    I already picked up Cosmic and Orchid. Tulip is calling to me also, love those purples and orchids, they make me think of happy pansy faces.
    Thanks for all the beautiful flower pictures, we still have many inches of snow out our windows. Its good to know there is hope for Spring.

    • Karen says:

      Spring will be there any day now, Lauren! Before you know it you’ll be surrounded by flowers, and after a cold winter the plants will be like “YES!!” Everything will be blooming like mad. 🙂

  2. Fancie says:

    Tulip and Pink Pop are so pretty!!
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  3. Gowthami says:

    Tulip is really pretty shade!
    Gowthami recently posted … Beauty Favorites: February 2014

  4. Rhea says:

    Tulip and nectar look very nice! I have the original gloss in Baby doll and it’s quite sticky and doesn’t last throughout the day:/ *crosses fingers hopes this is better
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  5. Erin says:

    Those look so lush! I’ll have to swatch them!
    Erin recently posted … Spring Weather And Puppy Fun!

  6. Abby says:

    I love these lipglosses and these shades are beautiful!

  7. Sylirael says:

    The first three on the bottom row caught my eye as soon as I saw the picture! 😀
    Sylirael recently posted … Rogue Tricks: A Simple Eyebrow Tutorial to Boost your Charisma Stat!

  8. As much as I don’t usually like a loud-ish pink… Pink Pop is really calling to me!

  9. Emily says:

    I bought poppy and azalea because they were a part of one of the Christmas mini sets… I’m so glad they are a part of the permanent line now because they are absolutely perfect! Definitely going to pick up black cherry and maybe pink pop!


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