Jouer Cosmetics Brique & Cabernet – Photos, Reviews and Swatches

Let’s take a look on these two red shades by Jouer – Brique & Cabernet

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After my first review on Fraise Bonbon, here’s another set of shades from Jouer lip creme collection.

SWATCHES & COMPARISONS

*please note that due to the difference in undertones, the shades may look brighter or darker to different people.

For your reference here are my shades:
NC25 (MAC Pro Longwear Foundation) / 1.5 (MAC Matchmaster) Y225 (MUFE Ultra HD) / Light 4 Deauville (NARS All Day Luminous Weightless Foundation)

BRIQUE

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Described as a warm brick red with a matte finish. This shade has a hint of brown tones , similar to red clay bricks.

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CABERNET

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Described as a cool deep red with a matte finish. If you will compare this with Fraise Bonbon, Cabernet is darker.

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PRICE:

Jouer long-wear lip creme liquid lipstick is sold at 18 USD per tube and available in more than 20 shades and you can check then here. I bought mine from PingBong Shoppe for 33 SGD.

OVERALL:

PROs:

  • Feels light on the lips and it gives a velvety feel once it completely dries on your lips.
  • These two shades are pigmented and opaque, unlike the Fraise Bonbon.
    • 1 to 2 (max) coats will be enough.

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Berry’s Beauty Tip:

If you find that it too thick for your liking, you can fill your lips with a lip liner and apply the liquid lipstick on top.

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CONs:

  • It has a cake batter scent that is very similar to Kylie Jenner’s liquid lipstick. This is more of a personal preference and I really don’t like it.
  • It is not completely transfer-proof.

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