|Jouer matte moisture tint - Porcelain|
Finally join the Jouer matte moisture tint bandwagon. I first knew it from Ingrid's video, as she was raving about how great this Jouer matte moisture tint (£29) for oily skin. I have always want to buy everything that Ingrid used, as I'm a sucker like that. Then, when I randomly looking up for the review, I came across Kate's video. I was even more convinced to buy it. When it comes to great product recommendation, I always trust Kate's word as she is just amazing like that.
This Jouer matter moisture tint is totally right up my alley, it's oil-free and it has a light-medium coverage. I'm a big fan of light-medium coverage face product as I dont like the feeling of wearing piles of makeup on my face (even if I did..). I like how it even out my complexion and still being able to let my real skin show through.
Regarding the colour, I opt for the lightest colour which is Porcelain. For your reference, Im an NC20 in MAC. I was considering to get one colour darker but decided to stick with the Porcelain. When in doubt, opt for the lighter colour. Porcelain blends really well with my skin, it applies seamlessly smooth. Basically, I don't feel like wearing anything on. Although it says "matte", the finish of it is not a matte matte. It's more of a velvety matte and very build-able. I would prefer to wear this during the hotter months. In the colder months, I would mix this with a luminizing primer to give a glowy finish.
This reminds me a lot of my favourite asian BB cream, Holika Holika Aqua petite jelly bb cream.
Overall, I would say that this is an amazing product and worth the raved. Although it is in the pricey side, it just ticks all the needs that Im looking for in a foundation. And now, I want the Luminizing version of this in Pearl.
What are your favourite base product? Do you like the idea of matte finish?