Eve Lom Perfected Tinted Moisturizer

Above: All twelve shades in their respective sample pots.
After experimenting with the newly released Eve Lom Radiance Lift Foundation for the past couple of weeks, I was inspired to swatch all shades of the Eve Lom Perfected Tinted Moisturizer as well.  In the spirit of full disclosure, I am not usually a tinted moisturizer girl, but the foundation is incredible and the TM is getting a ton of buzz.  In turn, I thought it might be helpful to share swatches for those interested in ordering this formula online.  Please note that while there is some overlap in shades between the foundation and tinted moisturizer formulas, some do not correspond directly; consequently, my shade personal descriptions reflect these differences. 
Here’s what Barney’s NY has to say about the formula:
Providing a soft, ‘no makeup’ finish, it blends easily while brightening actives help reduce the appearance of pigment spots. All the time you’re wearing it, powerful fruit stem cell extracts and sodium hyaluronate deliver a steady stream of intense moisture to the skin’s lower layers, while vitamins C and E protect and nourish, and SPF15 guards against harmful UV. The skin’s natural elasticity and suppleness are restored, for immediate luminosity, and a long-term smoother complexion.
  • Hydrated, tinted coverage, for makeup-free radiance
  • Pigment spots are lightened and reduced
  • Skin is intensely hydrated, nourished and repaired for youthful elasticity
  • Luxurious, silky formula blends evenly and easily
  • UVA/UVB and antioxidant protection
  • Actively beneficial for all skin types.

Kindly scroll on for shade descriptions and swatches of all twelve shades in various lighting situations as well as the Bottom Line…
Above (L-R): Sample pots of Alabaster, Ivory, Ecru and Vanilla. 
1. Alabaster: Very light beige with yellow undertones…NC 10-15
2. Ivory: Very light beige with neutral to rosy undertones…N/NW 10-15
3. Ecru: Light beige with pronounced golden yellow undertones…NC 25-27
4. Vanilla: Light to light-medium beige with neutral to yellow undertones…N/NC 23-25

Above: Swatches in direct sunlight.
Above: Swatches in the shade. 
Above (L-R): Sample pots of Linen, Cream, Beige and Petal.
5. Linen: Light-medium beige with neutral undertones…N/NW 25
6. Cream: Medium beige with peachy golden undertones…NC 27-30 (darker than 7 Beige)
7. Beige: Medium beige with neutral to yellow undertones…N/NC 25-27
8. Petal: Medium beige with golden pink undertones…N/NW 30

Above: Swatches in direct sunlight.
Above: Swatches in the shade.
Above (L-R): Sample pots of Wheat, Bamboo, Glow and Honey. 
9. Wheat: Medium to medium-darker beige with pronounced golden undertones…NC 30-35 
10. Bamboo: Medium to medium-darker beige with neutral to yellow undertones…N/NC 30
11. Glow: Medium to medium-darker beige with clear rosy undertones…N/NW 30-35
12. Honey: Medium-dark beige with pronounced peachy golden undertones…NC 35-40 

Bottom Line: Although I haven’t official experimented with the Eve Lom Perfected Tinted Moisturizer as of yet, I do plan on accessing my sample pot of Vanilla to give it a proper trial and will weigh back in with my experience in the near future.  In the meanwhile, I hope these swatches have been helpful.  Have YOU tried the Eve Lom Perfected Tinted Moisturizer?  Please share your thoughts!
–The Beauty Professor
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Comments (8)

  • Catherine @ bcrueltyfree Reply

    Thanks for the swatches! In the little tub, I thought 3 would most certainly be my shade, but swatched it looks perhaps a bit TOO yellow for me. I think 4 is probably me.

    March 30, 2014 at 2:09 pm
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      My pleasure, Catherine! #3 Ecru is super yellow/golden, indeed! The intensity makes it such that #4 Vanilla is actually lighter…hope it works for you!


      –The Beauty Professor

      April 1, 2014 at 5:36 am
  • Anonymous Reply

    Thanks so much for the amazing swatches and the review. I am super pale, and it looks as though 1 is lighter than 2. But I can't wear yellow undertones, only neutral or slightly pink. Do you have any advice about this?

    April 17, 2014 at 11:59 pm
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      Happy to help, Amy!

      Even though I mentioned that #1 has yellow undertones, I would deem that as neutral to yellow rather than extremely yellow (like #3), plus it is rather sheer, so I imagine that you will be able to get away with it!


      –The Beauty Professor

      April 20, 2014 at 6:20 am
  • Anonymous Reply


    Just discovered this blog and you are absolutely amazing and thorough! I am around an NC20, with slight yellow/neutral undertones, I'm looking at Vanilla and Ivory as options – which do you think would work better? Thank you so much! x

    June 14, 2014 at 8:39 pm
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      Hello Anon,

      Thank you so very much!! I would recommend Vanilla…since it is sheer and summertime is here, I think it will be a befitting match!

      Hope that helps…xx,

      –The Beauty Professor

      June 19, 2014 at 9:42 pm
    • Anonymous Reply

      Do you know if the tinted moisturizer is oil free and/or non-comidogenic? Thanks!

      May 26, 2015 at 4:26 pm
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      So sorry…not sure ; (

      Take care!

      –The Beauty Professor

      June 4, 2015 at 1:12 am

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