April 18, 2012 at 11:24 am #166189
Does anyone have dark circles around their eyes? I’m wondering how the BB creams work on those. Also what sellers are you making your purchases from?April 18, 2012 at 11:58 am #166202
the garnier one absolutely reeks!!! it has way too strong of a perfume-y scent that isn’t even appealing. i would describe it as a veryyy thin tinted moisturizer.
also, as someone who’s not really that pale but always one of the lightest shades by any brand, most US bb creams are WAY too dark. i don’t have any white skinned makeup wearing friends that can wear them. the smashbox bb cream comes in four shades, but it is far too pricey for the type of product it is. it does have a good color range and would be like any tinted moisturizer.
the boscia cream texture is uneven. even when trying to mix it to even consistency, it seems like it’s separated… it has a thick creamy consistency going on and a runnier texture simultaneously.
i’m excited to try some of the ones from asia. i want perfect looking skin- not a big request, right?April 26, 2012 at 11:57 pm #167967
Hopefully you’ll find the perfect match
I’m Asian and currently live in Asia, but i only tried Maybelline (all about the price tag reason lol), and it really is a tinted moisturizer. it feels soft and light unlike liquid foundation but i need major exfoliation before putting it on because i see no pores but visible bigger whiteheads all over the nose and mouth area with it. Definitely not liking the tint. Have no oil control. simply use it as sunscreen.
I tried Missha samples skin routine (every kind i could get) and it just lives up to their claims. I believe their BB creams would work as well.
I found this review about garnier and Bobbi Brown BB Cream with before after use picture.
a bit OOT:
actually Asian has a lot of dark shade people too. white skin always considered as most ideal like one could shine brightly not even the sun could darken ‘em (shallow and sad, i know, it’s a weird country obsession)May 1, 2012 at 12:28 pm #168827
I was able to try Garniers BB cream for free from BzzAgent, its ok, but it has a pink undertone in the
medium deep shade, so it made the lower bottom of my face look a little ashy.. so I didn’t bother even
trying under makeup to see if the benefits are true…May 1, 2012 at 3:48 pm #168856
I am so pleased that this topic is up for discussion as I have been wanting to try a bb cream. My only question is how do I know which color to buy? I went to the missha web site ready to order and can not decide. I wear nc15 MAC. Suggestion pease?May 1, 2012 at 3:52 pm #168857
Does conceler wrinkle ur skin?May 1, 2012 at 9:59 pm #168920
@Michelle295 I’m a nw20 and the missha perfect cover no 21 matches me best but I also use no 23 (I actually use it more because I got a free full size of it) and it blends in just fine. Not sure how no 13 will look, on the website it looks quite pale. Hope that helps someMay 2, 2012 at 11:30 pm #169167
I’m NW15 and use Missha #21.May 3, 2012 at 12:36 am #169176
Wow!!! I just came on to see how my posts have been going and this one has been taken to the next level…. Thanks to everyone who has contributed learning a lot!!!May 10, 2012 at 1:04 am #170300
Thank you for your suggestions on color. I ordered Misha 21 off eBay and got a really great deal. It shouldbee here in about a week. I will post my opinion.May 10, 2012 at 1:32 am #170301May 13, 2012 at 12:37 am #170636
I will put my 2 cents in here! lol!
I love clinique skin care and foundations, and I just bought their BB Cream and I absolutely love it. I’ve been using it for 2 weeks and I would recommend it to any one who likes a light weight coverage or even to use as a primer. It evens out my skin tone and gives it a really nice luminescent glow.
I t provides me with more than enough protection from the sun with it’s spf30. I wore it out to Jazz Fest (for 6hrs in the sun) and no sun burn. That’s saying a lot. Because I’m an nw15 and I burn very easily.
It’s a fabulous product from my experience.
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