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We've long been faithful to Jouer's best selling Luminizing Moisture Tint, a cult product that gives you a smooth, glowy complexion instantly. We never thought anything could come between us and our beloved LMT—until we met the mattifying version. And this formula does more than just look good: It nourishes and safeguards your complexion with vitamins A, C, and E to deflect free radicals, plus titanium and zinc dioxides for SPF 15 UV protection. There are five shades: Porcelain is best for very fair complexions; Linen is a slightly darker beige that works for pale complexions; Nude is a light tan suited to light to medium complexions; Chamomile is a golden tone for medium to tan complexions; and Hazel, a nutty brown, is perfect for tan to dark complexions.
I wasn't exactly sure of how to use this product. For all of the things it is meant to describe, I have never heard of it so I gave it a neutral rating.3
I thought this product was just okay. It was a little heavy and thick putting it on, and felt dry on my skin. It's likely a product I might be more apt to try in the summer than during winter when my skin is dryer.3
I love this color. It was a good match. It was a little thick for a tinted moisturizer. It was more like a foundation. If I didn't already have a foundation I love, I might consider this product.3
I am not a fan of how this was looked or felt on my skin. Rubbed off too easily.3
I liked they mattifying aspect of this sunscreen tint. A little goes a long way (not sure how well that works out in the sun-protection aspect, though), and if you're too heavy-handed, it goes into chalky territory. Also, if there is any flakiness at all in your skin (as there is right now in mine), it will definitely emphasize it.3
This produce was nice for simple coverage, but not for me3
While I won't be purchasing this product, it's not to say this isn't a "good" product. The tint applies easily and evenly & also prevents shine. However, when I applied blush over top, it gave a very cake-like appearance. This product may be better suited for someone with a different type of skin.3
Interesting formula it's more of a cream than a foundation not sure if I like it or not need to use it a few more times.3
I liked this product however I don't wear coverup. But I liked it because it was light.3
I don't tend to wear a lot of full-coverage make up (I stick to eyes and lips, mostly) because the more I try, the more clogged my pores get, and then I need more make up, and so on and so forth in an ugly vicious cycle. So I might not be the best person to listen to about this particular product. Tinted moisturizer just isn't my thing, I think. But I gave it a go one night when I had an event that I needed to look smashing for, and...well, my make up was sliding down my face much earlier in the night than I would have preferred. Especially under my eyes, my liner seemed to just sink in, which is something that I don't typically experience. I felt kind of greasy--not primed or normal moisturized, and I am a moisturizer junkie. The color was pretty (if you are a white lady) and maybe if I had better prettifyin skills I might have been able to put it to good use, but it did me no favors, and I'm not confident that I will try it again.3