Don’t say I never give you anything for today I have a handy little code up my sleeve for all those Jouer-lusters out there. Always wanted to dive in but didn’t know where to start? The delivery charge putting you off? Maybe you just need to replenish your Jouer stocks? Whatever your situ I’ve got a solution. My first card – a free shipping code for all VDM readers at Cult Beauty which entitles you to free worldwide shipping on all Jouer items. Sweet. Just type in the code JOUERSHIP at the checkout. Card two – I’ve listed my top players from the range below just in case you need any wishlist inspiration:
Jouer Lip and Cheek Tint in Honeysuckle – Â£16 – from Cult Beauty. As mentioned in my July Favourites video, this stuff is the fodder of peachy pink cheek and lip dreams. Creamy enough for the apples and pout and in a shade that perks you right up with one quick tap and blend.
Jouer Luminizing Moisture Tint Minis – Â£15 – from Cult Beauty. As reviewed here, these are a great introduction to the Jouer Tint family. They’re like mini tubes of dewy delivering goodness, without the grease and their small stature means they occupy every single makeup bag I have hanging around.
Jouer Luminizing Moisture Tint – Â£29 – from Cult Beauty. Mentioned above but just in a bigger offering I’m not sure there’s much more to add. It’s fab. Drops mic.
Jouer Cream Eye Shadow Crayon in Baroque – Â£19 – from Cult Beauty. Previously oded in my Attack of the Eyeshadow Sticks post, this is the taupe shadow for non-taupe lovers. With just the right levels of warmth, coolness and shimmer, I wear this smudged over the lid and lower lashlines for an everyday wash of colour.
Jouer Matte Moisture Tint – Â£29 – from Cult Beauty. Sheer, skin-like perfection in a tube. The velvetiest tinted moisturiser-esque product I’ve found that gives a decent amount of coverage without ever looking cakey. Full review here.
Any problems just tweet the CB guys at @Cult_Beauty – they’ll come to your rescue. And heads up, the code expires at midnight GMT on 3rd October 2013. Plenty of time to peruse.