I have already written about Jouer Luminizing Moisture Tint and today we will take a look at Jouer’s Concealer, Cheek & Lip Tint and Highlighter.
Here is how the packaging looks like. And, as you all probably know, you can lock together Jouer compacts the way that works the best for you.
I like mine this way.
Some details about the products.
Cheek & Lip Tint in Petal, £ 16
This may be my favourite product out of three as it is really amazing. I am a huge fan of cream blushes and I can tell you that this one is really nice! It gives a sheer and natural shade, not greasy at all. It’s easy to blend the Tint and it looks like your real blush, plus stays on pretty well.
The shade is described as soft rose pink and it’s a great one for girls with fair and light complexion as the shade is so subtle. Petal is also a great shade for those who are new to the blushes as you can’t really go wrong here.
Not only you can use it on the cheeks, but also on the lips!
My favourite kind of highlighters are liquid but a good cream highlighter is always welcomed! Something lightweight that is not greasy or sticky and looks natural on the skin.
Luckily, Jouer Champagne is one of those! Once blended nicely (make sure you do blend it in, so that it is not very obvious and artificial) into the skin, it looks ‘natural’ and flattering.
Champagne is described as shimmering pink and it would look nice on light and medium skin tones. This highlighter looks great on the ‘cheekbones, cupid’s bow, decollete, collar bones & the inside corner of the eye and under the eyebrow’. I also like using it as an eye shadow but you will definitely need a primer if you have oily lids.
We also have a concealer which is a little bit more expensive than the tint and highlighter but you get 0.3gr extra.
It is written that this concealer contains pro-Vitamin A and Brazilian botanicals.
I have been very impressed with this concealer actually. Although it is relatively thick, it does not cake under the eyes (or any other area), goes on smoothly and does a great concealing job. You could use it with your fingers but I find that my Japonesque concealer brush is perfect for this.
It stays for the whole day on me but I have dry skin, so you may need to powder if yours is oily.
So in general, I would totally recommend the tint and the concealer, although the highlighter is nice, too.
You can buy all the products at Cult Beauty. They also list all the ingredients at the website. And carry some other hard-to-find brands!