Le Metier de Beaute Creme Fresh Tint Review

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A lux and lush pot of color to lavish upon lips and cheeks

Le Metier de Beaute Creme Fresh Tint photos: we heart this

If you want to talk about a true luxury brand Le Metier de Beaute says it all doesn’t it? I mean, even the name sounds elegant! They have a reputation for creating quality makeup and skin care products that work so well, they’re worth every penny you spend on them. We heart this has been testing some pretty amazing products from them lately, so when a little pot of crème tint landed in my lap, I was excited to have my first taste of Le Metier.

Creme Fresh Tint for Lip and Cheek

The Creme Fresh Tint for Lip and Cheek ($28) is a creamy formula, which as the name implies, can be used on the cheeks and the lips. It comes in five fabulous colors, and seriously, I think I would like to try every single one of them.

Coral Nymph – a classic, gorgeous coral
Ginger Lily – a light, pretty mauve
Mysitque – a pale lavender
Tenne – a rich, plum/berry
Poppy – a warm, soft, pink

I tested Poppy, a sweet yellow-based pink which was a little too pale on my lips alone, but on my cheeks, it gave me a really amazing flushed look. It also sinks right into the skin. Le Metier says it was formulated to go on “softly, relaxing into skin, instead of laying on top” and I could attest to that. It was one of the first tints I’ve used that didn’t feel like it was smeared on the top of my skin…. it absorbs nicely and looks much more natural.

Creme Fresh Tint for Lip and Cheek

I gotta give them props in the formula department. The cream is RICH… you can feel the luxury, just by touching it! When I opened up my sleek little black pot, I found a thick, creamy texture, and it only took a very small amount to see results. I was really impressed with how much pigment is packed into it. You know how some tints literally disappear five minutes after applying them? Well, this one has some staying power. When applied alone, it may not last as long as a powder blush or cream lipstick, but when applied on top of makeup it really amps it up and gives a pretty glow.

Creme Fresh Tint for Lip and Cheek swatch

Creme Fresh Tint for Lip and Cheek is also made to be water resistant for use as a lip stain. Although, Poppy wasn’t dark enough for me on my lips, I’m really interested to try out a few of the other shades… I’m thinking Tenne would make a great lip tint.

Rich, creamy formula
Natural look
Beautiful colors

A little pricy at $28

Put all of that together in an understated, little black pot and the LMdB Creme Fresh Tints for Lip and Cheek will be a hot addition to your beauty routine!

So we heartsters, let’s hear it – will you splurge for a luxury tint?

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  • Erin

    Erin is a secondary science teacher who adores makeup and fashion. She spends her free time pursuing her other passions which include cooking, antiquing, and decorating. skin tone: NC30 skin type: oily to normal favorite beauty product: lipglosses and bronzers


  1. You guys are killing me with Le Metier de Beaute! I’m jelly of whoever got to test Coral Nymph and Tenne – they sound uhmaaaazing. Can’t wait to read more from everyone else! Great review @spitfire77!

  2. Yet another Le Metier de Beaute product I’m drooling over! I bet it would be perfection in the right color. Great post, @spitfire77 !

  3. I love the Poppy color, and adore creme blushes as they tend to look more natural. I didn’t get to try this particular item from Le Metier but I love their other products, especially their lipsticks.

  4. Super pretty color! I love soft pink cheeks and have recently discovered the joy of creme blushes – I was always a powder girl, but a tint gives so a nice, natural glow to the face. And I’m wanting to check out Ginger Lily – the name alone sounds so pretty (and wouldn’t it make a great name for an orange cat?)

    Everything I see from LMdB is to die for. I’m so happy we’ve been able to get a look at so many of their products as of late.

  5. Poppy is goooooooooooooooooorgeous! I love pinks like that!

    Cream blushes are my favorite because they are natural and they stay practically all day on me! I don’t think $28 is too steep either, considering Stila Convertible Colors at $25 (funny, they used to be $22. Price upgrade! OUCH!!!!!) and my Petunia is about a year-and-a-half old and I hit pan just six months ago (and it’s not even that big! I got tons and tons and tons left!) I use it nearly EVERY SINGLE DAY. Iloveitloveitloveit!

    Trust me, that little bit of pigmented heaven is going to take you a long while to go through, so $28 is justly priced!

  6. Poppy is a pretty color and one of the first cream tints I really enjoyed. I would give it 4 stars, mainly because of price, but I definitely think they’re worth the splurge to try one out!

  7. I’ve been warming up to creme blushes recently as well. I only started wearing blush in the past two years or so, and I’ve mostly stuck with powder. Now that I’ve gotten better at applying different types of products, and layering various products, I feel more comfortable trying creme blushes again! Although it’s hard to find a shade that I like on both my lips and cheeks, I like the idea of a multitasking product.

  8. I’m a cream blush whore–even more so when they are a lip and cheek formulation. I’m going to have to check out Tenne–that shade sounds right up my alley. $28 is a little pricey, but if I’m getting a lip and cheek product in one, I can justify it…

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