After many reviews, cravings and sleepless nights (kidding), I finitely bit the bullet and ordered Jouer Matte Moisture Tint. Something matte, oil-free, and with a good punch of coverage? Ha, that's something I'd to try myself.
Let's just get something straight from the get go; although it's marketed as a tinted moisturiser, I personally find the amount of coverage it gives similar to double lettered creams and light to medium foundations. With just 5 shades available, I went for Linen, their second lightest shade and it matches me spot on. Like I said, it covers really well and with a pinch of concealer the 'I-just-woke-up-like-this' is achieved. A natural, flawless complexion, done.
The finish is lovely, I'd describe it as a very natural, velvety-matte finish. I think this would be perfect for anyone when the sun starts coming out and one can get a bit shiny throughout the day. Although for those with really oily complexions, you will have to powder and/or blot throughout the day. Sadly for me, the latter happens regardless of the season and I mainly get shiny around my nose and forehead. The Matte Moisture Tint lasts on me all day and I've only got to blot after 5-6 hours (without wearing powder), which is a good deal for me.
Because of the velvety texture, it is so easy to apply and blend - I actually prefer using my fingers rather than a brush to work this into the skin. It's the only thing I've been wearing for the past 3 weeks and I'm really liking it. To zoom into its content: it's got SPF15, it's oil-free and the Vitamins A, C and E keep the skin hydrated and protect the skin from radical damage so it doesn't aggravate skin-ageing. What not to love...
What are your thoughts on the Jouer Matte Moisture Tint?