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Jouer Long Wear Lip Creme Liquid Lipsticks Review

Jouer Long-Wear Lip Creme Liquid Lipsticks Review

Happy Friday! Today I’m sharing my Jouer Long-Wear Lip Creme Liquid Lipsticks Review with you. I’ve got a video and swatches where I talk about the pros and cons of this liquid lipstick formula. These come in over 18 shades currently. I own Pamplemousse, Papaya, Praline, Fairy, Dulce de Leche, Lychee, Cassis, Fraise Bonbon, Fruit de la Passion and Unicorn. I also have the Skinny Dip gloss. I just bought Snapdragon and Tawny Rose from their Fall collection, but they are not here yet.

Jouer Long Wear Lip Creme Liquid Lipsticks Review

Price
$18 for .21 oz

Where to Buy
Jouer, Nordstrom, Dermstore

Jouer Long-Wear Lip Creme Liquid Lipsticks Review

Shade Descriptions

Pamplemousse – metallic warm gold
Papaya – metallic warm peach
Praline – metallic cool bronzed pink
Fairy – metallic cool pink
Dulce de Leche – matte cool nude
Lychee – mate cool dusty rose
Cassis – matte cool muted violet
Fraise Bonbon – matte cool berry red
Fruit de la Passion – matte cool bright pink
Unicorn – matte cool lilac
Snapdragon – metallic cool frosty plum
Tawny Rosed – matte cool dusty mauve
Skinny Dip – metallic shimmering golden nude

Swatches

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Jouer Long-Wear Lip Creme Liquid Lipsticks Review

This is Unicorn, which was a limited edition Summer shade.

Jouer Long-Wear Lip Creme Liquid Lipsticks Review

This is Cassis.

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This is Cassis again.

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This is Praline.

Jouer Long-Wear Lip Creme Liquid Lipsticks Review

This is Papaya all over with a bit of Pamplemousse at the outer corners of my lips.

Jouer Long-Wear Lip Creme Liquid Lipsticks Review

This is an artistic shot with Fraise Bonbon.
Jouer Long-Wear Lip Creme Liquid Lipsticks Review

This is Dulce de Leche, which is a very flattering nude on my skintone.


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The Packaging

I like the simple, square packaging. It’s very easy to stack on top of one another. They’re about the size of a normal lipstick. They easily fit into my lipstick tower.

Value

I compared the Jouer lipsticks to a few other popular lipsticks. They’re $18 for .21 oz, which is a good amount of product. Kat Von D is $20 for .22 oz, Jeffree Star is $18 for .19 oz, Tarte is $20 for .20 oz, bare Minerals is $18 for .13 oz and Anastasia is $20 for .11 oz. So I think that they’re a good value for the price, especially if you find the formula as comfortable to wear as I do.

Formula

For me, I do find that it is a formula that feels light on the lips. I don’t feel like it dries down and gets uncomfortably tight. By the end of the day with a lot of liquid lipstick formulas I find that the skin on my lip will want to peel off because it’s so dry. I didn’t experience that at all with these lipsticks. I was surprised to see that the metallic colors wore better for me than the matte shades. You can see for yourself in my Kat Von D Mega Wear Test Video.

The only real con that I have with these liquid lipsticks is their limited color range. They don’t have a sultry burgundy, a deep blue, black, or purple. I would love to see them expand their color line into a few darker shades.

What do you think of Jouer? Let me know!

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14 Comments

  • I’ve been so curious about these, so I’m glad to hear they aren’t too drying. I actually love the shade range because I tend to stick to basic pink colors anyway.

  • Oh my gosh, I must HAVE Pamplemousse, Papaya and Praline… those are my kind of shades and I think I’ll enjoy them. I’ve always been a fave of Jouer glosses so I’m excited to try these. Now, just gotta save up some money to buy them.

  • I’ve been trying to decide which shades to order first and you’re not making it any easier. The metallic ones look especially great though.

  • Fairy is my kind of shade. I’m considering boycotting Joeur though because of their expensive blogger trip. I don’t want to pay for vloggers to be flown, wined and dined. I know it’s petty but now that I know, I can’t forget it.

  • Yes Snapdragon is the shade that I was going to tell you about because I knew you would love it, I thought/think it will be so gorgeous on you! . I’m going to pick that one up with one more of these shades! Thanks so much for doing this post, they looked beautiful, but they are REALLY lovely seeing you wearing them in combo with your gorgeous makeup look and the artistic shots-love! It was great to see what the different textures look like on. I agree the Dulche de Leche is such a flattering nude on you, it brings out your skintone beautifully, and I also love Cassis on you, very flattering as well!! Love the mixture of Papaya/Pamplemousse(which means grapefruit in french) ! And as we all love liquid mattes, I love the matte texture it looks really nice, and the metallic is lovely, very wearable. And a great price point at $18!

    • That would be a really pretty one to add over another lippie in the center of your lips for some extra glam too!

  • Praline and Lychee would be great for me. Even tho I often have a tough time with liquid mattes, I am smitten by these.

    • I had heard the texture of these was great but soooo happy she did this post because you can see it, they are all very flattering on and wearable.

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