Skincolor de la Mer™

Discover a collection of luminous coverage and healing hydration.

THE LUMINOUS
LIFTING CUSHION
FOUNDATION SPF 20

Buildable coverage with a natural, radiant finish— at your fingertips. In 12 naturally radiant shades.

The Soft Fluid
Foundation
SPF 20

A weightless touch and natural, buildable coverage. In 15 luminous shades.

The
Concealer

Silky texture hugs contours. Youth-protecting moisture and antioxidants. In 4 radiant shades.

The
Sheer Pressed
Powder

Sets and perfects to a healthy matte finish— wherever you go. In 4 sheer shades.

The Powder

Light-as-air, luxe-to-the-touch translucent powder magnetically attracts to skin for a perfect fit and a flawless finish.

MATCH MADE

Meet your custom-selected shade
with our shade guide.

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Meet The Artists

Master Skincolor de la Mer with step-by-step lessons from our top-notch beauty collective.

Mary Phillips

La Mer Global Makeup Artist and Skincare Artistry Ambassador

In the world of celebrity makeup artistry, Mary stands out as a unique talent, admired for creating flawless and glamorous looks that always begin with beautiful skin. For Mary, a complete skincare ritual is a necessity before hitting the red carpet. The result: an unbelievably refined and elegant glow coveted by all.


Mary's Beauty Lesson

  • The Glowy Look
Mary's Beauty Lesson

PATRICK TA

A self-taught artist discovered on Instagram

Patrick’s devotion to his craft has allowed him to develop a refined hand and a keen eye for color and composition. After moving to Los Angeles to pursue a career as a freelance makeup artist, Patrick captured the attention of young celebrities who soon became his top clients.


Patrick's Beauty Lessons

  • Camera Ready Look
  • Highlighting How-To
  • The Contouring Technique
  • The Luminous Look
  • The Finishing Touch
  • The Translucent Look
  • The Perfect Prime
  • Spot Coverage
Patrick's Beauty Lessons

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