Oct 202011

Le Metier de Beaute Creme Fresh Tint in Mystique ($28/.17 oz.) is a lilac-pink cream blush that gives a subtle wash of cool color.  The texture is very light and breathable, you cannot feel anything heavy on your skin.  The cream is in a small, easily packable twist jar and can be applied easily with fingers or a foundation brush.

The color is a very cool pink:

The color is very light and cool.  Here is a comparison of Le Metier’s Mystique (on the left) next to Bobbi Brown’s Pot Rouge in Pale Pink (on the right):

On Liz paired with Chanel Rouge Allure in Kensington:    

Liz is wearing Chanel Perfection Lumiere Foundation in Beige Rose 32 and Benefit They’re Real Mascara.

Le Metier de Beaute’s Mystique applies very sheerly at first, and can be built up to more intense color with added layers. If you prefer a subtle blush, it’s perfect with a single layer.  If you like a more pronounced look, just add more.  The pigment and texture of the creme is very fresh and light.  We were unable to make this look too cakey or overdone, even though we tried.  The color stayed very fresh and natural.  It looks like glowing skin.

Le Metier’s Fresh Creme Tints (including Mystique) are currently for sale at Nordstrom.com and Neiman Marcus and at Le Metier counters.

 Le Metier de Beaute sent Creme Fresh Tint in Mystique to Cafe Makeup without charge for consideration. 

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  13 Responses to “Le Metier de Beaute Creme Fresh Tint in Mystique”

  1. Liz looks gorgeous.

    What brush did she use to apply the blush?

  2. Gosh, Liz, you have perfekt skin! It never seizes to amaze me! The colour of the blush reminds me a lot of Illamasqua Promise cream blush. It’s very pretty, but I find it quite challenging to wear. I think it’s much easier to wear peachy-pink tones than true pinks.

    • Liz has been using Sampar moisturizer, as well as Clean & Clear’s 3-step for the past few weeks. I’ve used the Clean & Clear in the past, it really works like nobody’s business and it’s not very expensive ($20 for all three products).

  3. This is such a gorgeous shades, thanks for review!

  4. I found Mystique to be quite glittery, despite it’s beautiful color. It really emphasized my pores (which are not pronounced), so it was a fail for me 🙁

  5. Here is the Million-Dollar Q: Is this stuff sticky like the Bobbi Brown pot rouges?

  6. I have purchased Poppy and I found that shade to be very cool even thought it has some peachy shade to it. The cream is really nice, but I find that it fades half way through the day. The good news is that it didn’t clog my pores, but with the combination of Poppy being to much of a cool shade and it fades, I wouldn’t repurchase it. Hopefully more shades will be introduced.

  7. I love the look. Thank you for the skincare tips. Is Liz going to use the same foundation shade in winter? I use 20 in Chanel foundations but in Spain the lightest shades in VA and PL are 30 and 32. Than you for your help.

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