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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.
Texture seems nice, but honestly I can't tell how it is as I keep being sent the wrong color! Irritating as I feel I'm not getting as many sample as I should.1
Thus product was much too thick fir my liking. Left my skin showing every pore caked with the color that was too dark for my skin tone.1
Please read the ingredients of this stuff - it has not just one paraben, but FIVE different ones: Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Ethylparaben, Butylparaben, Isopropylparaben! This is abhorrent with as expensive as it is. Read up on these awful ingredients and then throw this stuff away.1
I received Beige and I am fair toned. I thought the consistency was just ok... it settled into my fine lines while I was still trying it out for texture. I was not impressed.1
This is quiet honestly is the most dreadful product I have ever used. Maximized every flaw on my face and looked like chalk on effigy applied :(1
YIKES. This was beyond tinted and the color was extremely orange. I don't think it would even look good with a summer tan.1
I have very fair skin, so it's hard for me to find products that are the right shade. I immediately knew this was way to dark for me when I tried a little on my hand. I would have looked like an 80s Tammy Faye throwback if I'd worn it in public. No good for me!1
No reason to add another later of skin product if it doesn't do anything. I will try it again before more Sun exposure but...ya. Toss it.1
If I'm paying tons of money for a year subscription to Birchbox, I think the samples should at least be CLOSE to my skin tone. I'm very pale and the color was a bright orange, and also the minute I put it on my face it accentuated every oily and dry spot on my skin. SO disappointing.1
Disappointed that Birchbox has sent me a shade that is totally wrong for my skin tone. I might like this if it was the lightest shade, but can't be certain since I received Linen.1