Jouer – Matte Moisture Tint

After posting about my favorite mascara I wanted to talk about my go-to foundation product: the Jouer Matte Moisture Tint. I received a sample of it in a Birchbox earlier this year and it has been a staple in my makeup bag ever since. I voted it a treasure in my recent empties post and it even topped the list of favorite Birchbox finds.

“This lightweight mattifying moisture tint evens out imperfections and leaves your skin with a velvety smooth, matte finish with its Multi-Mineral Complex. SPF 15 protects from UVA & UVB rays while Vitamins A, C & E deliver rich antioxidants to the skin. Matte Moisture Tint applies with ease, promoting a seamless complexion.”

Jouer - Matte Moisture Tint

Technically the Matte Moisture Tint is classified as a tinted moisturizer but to me it feels more like a lightweight foundation. The consistency is not quite as light as I would expect from a tinted moisturizer. However, that doesn’t mean that it feels heavy on the skin. On the contrary, it’s very lightweight and it almost feels like you’re not wearing foundation.

The coverage is light but can be layered to medium. I find that it does a much better job at covering my blemishes than some of the BB creams or tinted moisturizers out there. The finish is matte, almost like a powder, which I really like. Even though my skin is on the dry side the Matte Moisture Tint doesn’t get flaky or stick to dry spots. I usually apply it with my fingers and it blends with ease. My skin tone is evened out and any blemishes are much less noticeable. The result looks very natural.

Jouer - Matte Moisture Tint - Application

The color shown above is the lightest shade, porcelain, which perfectly matches my winter skin tone. During the summer months I have to go a shade darker, which is called linen.

Overall, I love the Jouer Matte Moisture Tint. It gives me the natural finish I desire while still providing great coverage. At $38 for 1.7 oz it’s in the same price range as other department store foundation products you would find at Sephora. One tube has lasted me for over half a year with almost daily use so I think it’s well worth the price. If you’re in the market for a foundation with light to medium coverage I would highly recommend giving this product a try.

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6 comments

    1. I’ve only ever tried porcelain and linen but I’d say that their shades overall are more yellow. I have yellow undertones to my skins and it’s a pretty good match.

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