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As lifelong collectors, we’ve gone through many phases: from Barbies and Beanie Babies to shoes and makeup. But these days, we’re paring down our beauty collection to the essentials. These innovative mousse eye shadows make the cut: the shimmery colors won’t crease, smudge, or fade. Best of all, you can forgo the brush and swipe them on directly with your fingertips.
I have bought this eye shadows in Moonlight, Starlight, and Galaxy. I love that you can easily apply these shadows with your fingers. It leaves behind a beautiful light classy shimmer shadow. The moonlight color is a nice light golden color that complimented my fair skin with blue-green eyes and blonde hair. The starlight color was more pink and didn't look as great with my coloring so I gave it to my mom and it looks beautiful on her! She has darker skin, green eyes, and golden brown hair. I use the galaxy color as a liner it says it's a soft bronze and for some reason I was expecting a brighter bronze but it looks darker in the pot I received.5
i got this in Moonlight. It's a sparkly, soft gold, and not at all brassy - a very flattering shade of gold. I've tried other high end creme eyeshadows and this is by far the best in every aspect. The texture is very light, super easy to apply and it didn't dry out my over 40 eyelids like all of the others i've tried. The color is beautiful, build-able, and lasts all day. It is costly, but so worth it if you like sparkle!5
I had been looking for a pale pink to use as a base color and I finally found it! Long lasting with just enough shimmer.5
I have purchased many Jouer products and been extremely happy with them so when I saw the Long Wear Creme Mousse Eyeshadows I thought that would be just as creamy as their lipsticks. The colors are lovely but the consistency of the Creme is just not very creamy in fact it's a bit on the gritty side, which I did NOT expect from Jouer. So the two lovely shades are going back because my skin is thin enough on my 60 year old eyelids so I need truly creme eyeshadow but I want to be careful because the other cremes can be so slick they simply crease and/or slide off my eyelids so the lesser of the evil might just be the Jouer Mousse Eyeshadows but I will keep hunting for the perfect product for my lids and I'm sure Birchbox will have it if I just keep my eyes open, all puns intended.3
I purchased this product in Night Sky and Galaxy after reading about it on a beauty blog and falling in love with the pretty colors. Galaxy is a pleasant taupe that goes on with relative ease ( I use my fingertips) and is buildable for a nice single product eye look. You can use it to deepen the crease after putting it all over for a wash of shimmer if you'd like. Night sky is meh, and even though I was sent a replacement which was nice of Birchbox, the formula seems to be flawed for this one in that it is shrunken from the edges of its container before you even open it. Galaxy is useful for taupe lovers, but I think it may have fair subs for its performance.3
Beautiful color in the jar or on the eyes. Not to glittery, but it does go on in a natural color.4
I got starlight and moonlight and love the colors and the lasting wear I get from them. They really sparkle on. Moonlight looks very gold, but goes on much more subtle than the color you see. Either color can be layered for a more color. The hardest part for me is getting the color out and on. If you don't want to use your finger, use an old fashioned eye shadow brush to get better coverage per stroke. A standard brush won't work unless you want a very sheen top coat effect.4
This is the worst item I have ever received from birchbox. It's so bad I kind of assume its defective.
Fist, I ordered Twilight which I assumed from the picture was blue but its just a sad dark grey with some sparkle. Not that the sparkle translates onto your face.
Second is the texture and the pigmentation. The name and description implies a creamy and strong color but its pale and gritty and insanely hard to put on. I sat there with a brush just going at the little pot and barely got any color at all. In its defense the directions recommend using your fingers but I have long, shellaced nails so that's not really possible.
There's a reason this is on clearance. Because its completely useless.
Received this product and it says be sure to close tightly so that it doesn't shrink. Well, I opened it and it was already shrunken! That means it's rather dried out. Have not called customer service yet. I think that it will be a great product if I get one that hasn't already dried up. Love Jouer products. Hope to get this rectified.3
I found this a little difficult to apply at first. Now that I have the hang of it, it is super easy and fast. It isn't a cream, and it isn't a powder, but it is in between.
I usually apply it with my finger over my eyelids when I just need a quick natural look and don't want to mess with layers of powder eyeshadow. I have also used an angle brush to apply it over black eyeliner to soften the look and that works well too.
I purchased the dusk color which looks like a deep taupe in the jar, but goes on much more subtle which I like. You can keep layering to make it more intense if you want a more dramatic look. I also use it as a base for other eye shadows I have and the whole eye look will last all day.