As soon as I opened the package, my eyes instantly gravitated towards Dulce De Leche, a matte, cool toned-pink nude. It looks perfect on it own, as it compliments my skin tone and lasts all day, however when paired with Citronade Rose it gets even better. The metallic hue on top works to make your lips look fuller and wider, whilst still being super wearable from day to day. It's my current favourite duo that I can't get enough of and will no doubt be an essential of mine this Spring.
Creme Brûlée is described as a warm toned hue, however I would describe it more as a coral nude shade - Perfect for the warmer months. With a fresh, dewy base this looks absolutely divine and it is actually really easy to make it a little more subtle just by tapping it onto the lips for a quick colour.
I wouldn't say I've ever been drawn to metallic lipsticks before and, although my love for Citronade Rose is strong, Praline- a more darker, full on shade- is one I'm still trying to find a use for. I have used it as a topper for many lipsticks and I haven't yet found a great pairing such as the one I've previously mentioned.
This range actually has a passing resemblance to the NYX Soft Matte Lip Creams, especially with their whipped texture and vanilla buttercream scent, however the Jouer offerings are more like traditional matte liquid lipsticks. Although not as comfortable, they are perfect if you're looking for a long lasting, pigmented lip shade.
Have you tried the Jouer Long Wear Lip Crème's?
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