Do not like at all! Bought this after getting so many recommendations that it was good for oily skin. Previously I had been using Skin 79 Hot Pink and was in love with it but wanted to try another to compe. Its thick and hard to blend and looks somewhat sludgy and cakey. On areas like the nose it just left streaks and wouldn't adhere to my skin. The tone (lightest shade) matched my skin well but also felt it gave a sickly cast, like I just did not look healthy wearing it. It definetly doesn't look so bad once you powder over it but I the intentions of a BB Cream is to wear less makeup so not happy to do that. I also feel it may be breaking me out, I don't wear it everyday but my skin seems to not want to calm down since I started it.
I have very blemished, sensitive skin and Missha's BB cream was a very good foundation. Although it doesn't do complete coverage of blemishes ( So you will still need a concealer and powder if you have bad skin), it acts as a good base and lasts very long. It also didn't make my skin breakout which other foundations have done. It is a bit pricey, but might be worth the try.
I purchased this off of the MISSHA US website and received it within only a few days (they ship from Jersey, I believe). Anyway upon reading reviews on how customers were disappointed from the product, yet they purchased it from unspecified resellers off of ebay and amazon. Really people. C'mon, you get what you pay for. Anyway, I found the BB cream to be a little less than a medium coverage (you would still need to use a concealer for any imperfections) and at first I used a brush to apply, however found that it looked too cakey; I now use a beauty blender and my makeup looks flawless. The smell is offputting at first but it goes away after a few minutes. One thing I must say about this product is that it's not exactly my color match (lighter than what I had hoped for), but the fact that it oxidizes helps! (I am a tawny for Laura Mercier's Tinted Moisturizer and a Light/Med for Smashbox's Camera Ready BB Cream). The 27 is more of those who have a golden, yellow undertone. I also do love the spf42, and keeps my oily skin at bay (but doesn't mattify it) and I have really really oily skin. And having just used the BB cream just over a week and a half, I have noticed the dark spots lightening. But one thing I do suggest is to try the product for at least 2 weeks to see any results, I think that for any product, unless of course it's breaking you out) and lastly, this product takes quite a while to dry. Just note that!
So I bought this as a bunch of samples to last me about a week, I can't believe I found them because I didn't want to buy the full size and end up hating it. I got the color 21 because it was all I could find. I was going to get 13, but I'm so glad I didn't. My skin is about NC15, leaning neutral, and 21 is the most perfect match for me I've ever found. People complain about a grey cast to it but I found it helped with the redness in my cheeks. The grey does fade nicely and the cream turns a neutral shade, so if you're very yellow I wouldn't recommend this. The consistency is thick and creamy, which I love, and it covers amazingly. I'd say it was medium buildable coverage. I put it on with my RT expert face brush and it looks flawless. My skin is somewhat dry at the moment and this BB cream doesn't make it worse. It doesn't really hydrate, but I didn't expect it to. The finish is dewy and very flattering. I'm definitely buying the full size of this, I absolutely love it.
I bought this BB cream online two years before the 'BB hype' - it wasn't popular at all (outside of Asia) at the time, I just heard some girl talk about it on a YouTube video so I ordered some. Firstly, it does need time to oxidize. Always looks grey on my face for the first few minutes but evens out to a nice creamy beige which matches my natural skin tone quite well. Secondly, this BB cream is AMAZING. It effortlessly covers an array of skin troubles including pimples, pigmentation, scabs/cuts etc. I wouldn't say I have acne-prone skin but I have used foundations before that have clogged my pores and caused breakouts - this one has yet to cause me a single pimple. I've worn it to sleep so many times and had no problem with congested skin. The ONLY thing I dislike about the product is that it really really picks up on dry skin - if you have even one flake of dry skin on your face, this BB will accentuate it.
This stuff was really expensive! Cost just under $30... (Canada). The person recommended I get No. 21, which is crazy light. I don't know why she gave me that shade. When I wear it, I look like a ghost. Its nothing to do with the product though, just that she gave me the wrong one. I really love this bb cream, its thick but blends easily. I love the SPF. I like that it has a pump. This bb cream applys best with fingers & dabbing motion - tried using a flat foundation brush and it just left streak marks. Maybe it was the brush. Anyways, good stuff, bit pricey but worth it. continued >>
I have tried this baby 3 times and I'm IN LOVE! It's awesome!! it covers GREAT, it's SOOO easy to blend out on the skin, and it's a great color for me (21) - maybe the best foundation match by far :)!
Also I like the thought of that it is only doing good things for my skin :D
I'll buy it again
I've seen this product pop up on YT beauty channels over the past few years, along with other Asian based BB creams. I attributed the fame to an all too familiar bunch of gurus touting around products in exchange for compensation. THAT--and I hadn't a single clue as to WHERE I could even purchase them withouth having to hop on a plane.
Years later, after giving up on the Western version of BB creams I decided to see where I could easily procure Missha BB products. Turns out they have a US based website. Good thing I waited because it looks like they recently issued a new shade (#27) which happens to be a suitable match.
For ref: I have combination skin, NC40-42.
Like most lines of BB creams--they're very limited in shades but I find, like most users, it does oxidize to fit your skin. If you're lucky enough that it's just a little lighter than your skin, a bronzer can easily fix that. I use Chanel Bronze Universel to fix it, I'm hoping I can continue to do so during the summer once I've gotten darker.
Upon application--it can feel rather heavy and sticky but it IS a cream. Decent coverage, better than most TMs. I still require a concealer for my acne scars but I find that it leaves an overall glow on my skin.
Not amazing in oil control but it's not so horrible, nothing a light dust of powder can fix by mid-day.
Best application would be to use your fingers, you get more coverage that way and blending is easy. REMEMBER: to always moisturize before application
WAIT for when they have sales, I just purchased two bottles at 30% off with free shipping.
I've bought this product when it first came out a few years ago...during that time it broke me out within 4 hours. So I decided to give it another try in 2013...and again it broke me out. Idk, the texture is nice, the coverage is good, but for some reason my skin does not like it. :(
I have NC20 - NC25 skin right now, if I had to be exact then NC22 because I am still not NC20 but leaning closer to it than NC25. I used the color no. 21 for my skin and it fit perfectly. I think this is a little hard to spread on the skin, but it looks extremely natural when done. Although it doesn't look like I am wearing anything it FEELS like I am. This is so heavy on my skin!. I think the coverage is pretty good. I only use one layer and then use it like concealer for areas I need more coverage. My biggest complaint about this is the lack of oil control and lack of staying power. After a few hours this cakes on my skin and I look so gross!!
Pros: very quick, easy application. looks extremely natural.
Cons: difficult to spread, last only a few hours (for me anyway), no oil control, feels heavy