As i understand, pink – dry = oily skin, gold = dry skin.
Im normal skin!!
Ive ordered and tried samples of both these and the colour suits, and both feel really nice
As such, is either one better suited for my skin that isnt too oily nor too dry? Or is this a case of pick the nicest packaging?
While skin type matters, it’s more about what works for you. If both work for you, then it’s really going to depend which benefits/ingredients you want. I would suggest opting for the gold, only because if you don’t need the oil control benefits of the hot pink then you can always benefit from the added moisturising benefits of the gold.
I was just curious as some reviews said the wrong type would slide of their skin, or make pores look bigger etc, but i have fouind both to be just fine really, and with the gold i guess…..it does actually have gold in it!
I’m not sure what to say to that, I’ve never had a BB cream slide off my skin before. I have extremely oily skin, and while I find some of the BB creams designed for dry skin are simply too moisturising for me, or they’re designed to give a more dewy complexion which it ends up looking greasy on me, there are some which actually work on my skin quite nicely if I set with an oil control powder (which is what I set my BB cream with regardless).
I meant the added benefits of the gold product in general, as it has added moisturising for dry skin and other nutrients meant to help sooth and smooth. I mean, if you don’t need the added oil control then you mast-well take advantage of the product with the most added benefits. :)
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