Soft Pink Makeup with Jouer

A couple weeks ago I got one of the most amazing packages from Jouer (thank you so, so much again to them!). They're a brand I've always wanted to try more from, being a huge fan of their liquid lipsticks, so I was so so excited to get the chance to test out some more products. I was inspired by the products I received to create a soft pink makeup look with glowing skin and shimmery eyes. 

I started off the look by priming my skin with the Jouer Anti-Aging Moisture Primer.* It really did hydrate my skin but felt incredibly lightweight and non-greasy. It reminds me of the Too Faced Hangover Primer without the coconut smell. After that I went in with the Jouer Luminizing Moisture Tint* - this is one of the products I've been dying to try, and I haven't been disappointed. It adds a lovely veil of coverage to the skin and imparts such a lovely dewy glow. To cover up a few blemishes and my dark circles, I turned to my trusty Glossier Stretch Concealer - this is pretty much my ride or die at this point. I bronzed up my skin a little by using a bit of the NARS Laguna Liquid Bronzer. This stuff is like liquid gold, seriously. It gives the skin such a fresh finish, and it makes my super pale self look a lot healthier. For blush I went for a neutral pink (are you surprised?) with the Milk Makeup Blush Oil in Ripe. This is quickly becoming my favorite blush as it leaves such a dewy sheen on the skin. To highlight my cheekbones and brow bones I started with a base of the Jouer Highlighter* in Camellia. This is one of the loveliest highlighters I've tried - it's super creamy and blendable, and the shade is a beautiful pearl. To add a bit more pink to the look, I dusted the shade Pink Heart from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Moonchild Glow Kit on over the cream highlight.

On my brows I used a bit of the Glossier Boy Brow in Brown - I'm still totally obsessed. For my eyeshadows I used a couple shades of the Jouer Creme Eyeshadow Crayons* - I used Serene, a shimmering pink shade, all over the lid, and Baroque, a slightly plummy bronze, on the outer corner and softly blended into the crease. These are so creamy and blendable - they apply so easily right from the stick, and then they're super easy to blend with just fingers - I didn't use any brushes for this eye look! I also applied the eyeshadow sticks to my lower lashline - Baroque on the outer corner and Serene from the outer corner to the center. To finish the eyes I smudged a bit of the Colourpop Creme Gel Liner in Brew-Haha (I'm still bitter they don't have this shade anymore) on my top lashline and applied a healthy coat of the Too Cool For School Dinoplatz Escalator Mascara.

For my lips, I used the Jouer Long-Wear Lip Creme Liquid Lipstick in Lychee (my absolute favorite lipstick, hands-down) as a base and then went in and topped it with the Jouer Moisturizing Lip Gloss* in Sorbet. It's such a good topper for Lychee, as it's a lovely nude-pink shade with soft gold shimmer. Just the sight of it reminds me of spring and summer. The formula is perfect as well - I'm not much of a gloss gal, but I've been reaching for these over and over. They're not sticky and they really do nourish the lips a bit.

Have you tried anything from Jouer? What are your favorite soft pink products?

*Some products mentioned have been sent to me for consideration, but all opinions are my own. Please see my disclaimer for more information.


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