Jill Stuart 2012 Patisserie Collection – 01 Cherry Custard and 02 Apple Custard Lip Pots Review and Swatches

September 8, 2012

I posted my beauty wishlist a while ago and I am slowly working my way through (along with some other impulse buys!) Today I am reviewing the cutest lip products ever – the Custard Lip Pots in 01 Cherry Custard and 02 Apple Custard by Jill Stuart’s Patisserie Collection 2012. Different to the collections from the western brands where they always focus on creating sexy and sultry makeup looks, I thought the Jill Stuart’s “themed” collection around french patisserie was very sweet and brought back many fond thoughts of lunching at Ladurée.


The texture of these lip pots feels like lip balm which is creamy and smooth. It has a semi-matte finish with a hint of moist glow that almost mimics the natural texture of the lips. The pigmentation is also semi-opaque. I have tried to apply it with a lip brush and it goes on sheer so it takes some effort to achieve the desired intensity . My preference is to directly apply them with a finger, as a few dabs-and-swipes is enough for the color to show and completely cover the natural color of my lips. Since both shades are lighter than my own lips, I have to apply some concealer to cover the lip lines. The only downside is that they are a little “high-maintenance” – I have to make sure my lips are well exfoliated and moisturized before the application, otherwise they can enhance the flakes on the lips.

01 Cherry Custard: Surprise surprise…it’s a cool-toned nude pale pink. Long time readers will know my obsession for this color!



02 Apple Custard: is a nude peachy beige with a hint of pink. It is similar to the Cherry Custard but with a warmer undertone.


jill-stuart-patisserie-collection-custard-lip-pot-02-apple-custard-swatchjill-stuart-patisserie-collection-custard-lip-pot-02-apple-custard-swatch-fotdSwatches of both:

jill-stuart-patisserie-collection-custard-lip-pot-01-cheery-02-apple-custard-swatchesOverall I like both of them. I wouldn’t say that they are must-haves as the textures don’t knock my socks off (having said that my standard is based on my HG Suqqu lipsticks), but the dreamy packaging and the cute colors make them worthwhile to collect. And a big thanks to the lovely Jen from Lifeandlensofbeauty who purchased these for me from Hong Kong!! 🙂

{ 9 comments… read them below or add one }

Natasha September 8, 2012 at 11:29 pm

Omg I love Laduree! Their macarons are to die for.


Reika September 9, 2012 at 1:21 pm

I was so sad to see the original Laudree shop on Champs Élysées closed for renovation when I was in Paris…:-(


Ruby September 9, 2012 at 11:49 am

The colour and packaging looks sooo cute!


Reika September 9, 2012 at 1:22 pm

JS definitely makes the cutest packaging!


faye lu September 10, 2012 at 9:02 am

these colours look gorgeous on you – the names alone sound so delicious!!


celia September 12, 2012 at 9:34 am

Hi Reika,
What blush were you wearing in the photos? Is it Chanel? I love the natural sheen of it!


Reika September 12, 2012 at 1:33 pm

No it’s by JS as well from the patisserie collection. I LOVE this new blush and will be reviewing soon 🙂


MJ September 17, 2012 at 8:10 am

Can you please tell me which contact lens are you using? Thanks!


Reika September 17, 2012 at 12:34 pm

Hi I was wearing the 4 tone lens in brown by NEO.


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