Today I have a new (to me) brand to show you : La Couleur Couture!
La Couleur Couture 1945 is a classic red creme-jelly hybrid with an outstanding formula. Almost a one coater with high pigmentation and the easiest application ever, it went on smoothly with zero effort whatsoever. I used 2 coats plus topcoat out of habit but one single careful coat would have done the job and topcoat only added protection as it naturally fried to a high gloss.
La Couleur Couture 1968 is a pale jade green with a bright green shimmer, a close cousin to the long discontinued Chanel Jade and a truly gorgeous color. Again I was very surprised by the trouble free application but this one was less pigmented and required 2 to 3 coats for complete coverage.
La Couleur Couture 1976 is a whitened baby blue with the faintest pink shimmer. The shimmer doesn't translate at all on camera and honestly I had a hard time seeing it in real life but that doesn't take any beauty to this amazing shade of blue. 1976 was the less pigmented of the three and required 3 coats for complete coverage but I didn't experience any streakiness, which is very rare for such pale shades.
La Couleur Couture leaves me with a very good first impression, I could sense that a lot of care was given to formula. I also really love the bottle shape and design so I can only recommend them!
lacc can be purchased from llarowe and retails for $14 each.
*products provided for review*