So let’s pretend it’s Wednesday, ok? (ι´Д｀)ﾉ
I’m actually kind of excited about this one! This is the first time I’ve really tried a bb cream that was actually suitable for oily/combination skin.
I know, crazy right? Not even a dewy finish in sight.
Also, I don’t think I’ve ever tried a bb cream from Etude House. I don’t even know how that happened.
But hey, it’s free so how much can I actually complain? 😉
This week has been kind of crazy for me and it’s definitely reflecting in my skin. You can see the redness and how dull my skin is right now. It is definitely time to switch over to my winter skincare routine.
And this is where you can see my slight disappointment with the shade. I am a NC 25, but the shade W13 is more suitable for an NC 20. It’s not terrible though.
Look at the coverage on this baby! You can barely see my freckles and the redness is 100% blocked out. And, as an added bonus, my skin looks brighter as well.
Although that might be because the shade is literally brighter?
The lighter shade doesn’t look so drastic now that it’s all over my face. And you can tell it did adjust just a tiny bit.
And look at the finish! It is matte, but not too dull looking. When I was applying the bb cream, it really felt like it was dissolving into a powder and that was really nice.
This would be absolutely perfect for Spring if you have problems with oil!
Oh, and as you can see from around my nose, if you have any dryness this bb cream WILL accentuate it. I wouldn’t recommend this for people with dry skin anyway.
I really love how nice this bb cream looks on my skin! I feel a bit like a doll. The staying power is really wonderful as well. Since it’s not quite Fall here, it was crazy muggy and my makeup didn’t fade at all!
Next Spring, I will definitely be buying this bb cream. In the shade W24 though. ｡◕ ‿ ◕｡
What do you think? Have any of you tried this bb cream yet?