#1 Setting Powder
Illuminating & Blurring
12 Hour Light-Creating Wear
Laura Mercier introduces its #1 Setting Powder*, now in a luminous, light-creating finish for all skin tones: the Translucent Loose Setting Powder in Light Catcher. This super-finely milled powder sets makeup for 12 hours with a blend of skin tone contrasting and correcting pearls for an effortless, luminous finish. Unlike other luminous powders that emphasize imperfections, the weightless pearl blend becomes one with skin, blurring and smoothing the appearance of texture, pores, and fine lines. The most versatile of setting powders, Light Catcher can be dialed up or down for any end look using our Velour Puff, Powder Brush, and Angled Cheek Brush (sold separately). Whether used to set all over face, create dimension with light, or intensify luminosity the formula never creates texture, feels heavy, or looks cakey.
Customizable Formula: Our artists love the ability to set & create light for effortless, customizable looks.
12-hour Wear: 94% say this setting powder helps prolong the wear of my makeup through the day.**
Effortless Application: 94% say this setting powder applies evenly and easily on my skin.**
Weightless Texture: 97% say this setting powder feels silk-light and refined on my skin.**
Melts into Skin: 94% say this setting powder doesn’t look powdery on my skin.**
All Day Comfort: 94% say this setting powder feels comfortable on my skin.**
No Photo Flashback: No Photo Flashback formula is perfect for photos and creates a soft-focus effect on skin.**
• Create with light: multi-dimensional skin tone contrasting and correcting pearl blend for 12 hours of luminous, light-creating wear.
• Blur with Light: silky, botanical blurring powders blur and smooth the look of pores, texture, and imperfections.
• Perfect with Light: Amino Acid skin conditioning powders melt into skin for an undetectable finish that improves skin’s look and softness.
*Based on #1 US Rank by NPD Group Inc in Prestige Retail, Year to Date April 2021.
**Based on US Consumer Perception Study of 30 subjects