That’s a wrap! Cannot believe this is the last part of my amazing year long partnership with Laura Mercier and Byrdie, but I must say we are ending it with a bang.

There’s a few makeup artists in the game that I’ve been dying to have touch my face and one of them is the legendary Patti Dubroff. I’ll be the first to admit that I may or may not have fan-girl’d a bit when I heard that she was doing our makeup using the new Editorial Eye Palette from Laura Mercier for our last shoot. Let’s just saw, she did not disappoint!

To see Patti’s tips on creating the perfect pop of color with Laura Mercier’s newest palette, watch the video below:

The coolest part about the palette to me is how many diverse looks you can create with it. Each can be super unique while also maintaining a chic “editorial” look that can be rocked by any of us. I love the texture of the shadows in the palette - the clay formula made the product come on my skin as if it was almost wet (aka it actually showed up on my skin aka most palettes never do). If you have tanner skin like me, I know this is something you can appreciate!

On a more personal note, I have to say a huge thank you to both the Laura Mercier & Byrdie teams for a wonderful partnership - truly a dream come true working with them both! You guys have to check part 1, 2, & 3 if you haven’t done so already.

If you’re looking for more inspiration, be sure to see the full post on Byrdie here! Patti also created two other fun looks with the palette on my girls Melissa Alatorre & Sona Gasparian.  


xo Deeps

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