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on 3/25/2011 4:25:00 AM
More reviews by amikuki
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse
This was the first BB cream I've ever purchased, and I chose it based on all the raving reviews. Unfortunately, it doesn't give me a very flattering appearance, but I like it better than sunscreen. Overall, it's a mediocre BB cream but since there are much better ones out there, I don't see myself buying this one again.Pros:I am partial to thinner facial products but the thick, creamy consistency of this product doesn't bother me. In fact, it's very easy to blend, with or without a foundation brush. Out of all the BB creams I've tried, I find that I like the packaging of this one the best. It has a nice pump dispenser yet is not bulky like the Skin79 hot pink BB cream. It also has the highest SPF of any BB cream I've ever encountered. So the convenient packaging plus the high SPF make it a great companion for weekend trips. Plus, I do rather like the perfumy smell.Cons:As with most BB creams, this one has a grayish undertone. My biggest concern with my skin is dullness and uneven skin tone. This product does offer a decent coverage for a BB cream so it does even out my skin instantly. However, since my skin's dullness can be attributed to a natural grayish yellow undertone, adding more gray doesn't help the case. In fact, it makes my skin look pale, dull, and sickly. However, the grayness does go away after a while since this product oxidizes rather quickly on my skin (2 to 3 hours), leaving my skin looking dark and dull instead of pale and dull. Also, this BB cream feels heavy on my skin - heavier than most of my liquid foundations - even when I first put it on. Over time, it just feels more and more heavy and uncomfortable. In addition, it gives my skin a strange shine - not glow, but shine. I think it is from the SPF. It's not a flattering glowy look but more of a opps-I-got-into-mommy's-bottle-of-liquid-bronzer look. As if that's not enough, I don't find this product particularly moisturizing, and I haven't seen improvements on my skin despite its claims of whitening and anti-aging effects. If it wasn't for the SPF, I would probably hate this product and never use it. For now I just remind myself that I'd rather wear this than sunscreen.
5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.
on 3/14/2011 1:10:00 PM
More reviews by pooot
Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
Love this BB cream! I am an NC40-42 and the Missha No 31 (Golden Beige) is perfect for my skin tone. My shade is hard to find, so I usually get mine from eBay, and very rarely it'll be in stock on Amazon. I would say shade #31 would work with anyone between NC 32 - NC 45.I am on my second tube now and I haven't noticed my acne scars lighten any faster than it normally does, which is what I hoped for =( but it doesn't clog my pores. It gives great sheer to medium coverage so I will keep repurchasing!
on 3/9/2011 4:40:00 PM
More reviews by Rin13
Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Cool
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine
I got the palest color "13, Milky Beige" I like it but it's a little too dry for me. If I use it, I mix it with the Skin79 Gold label. It's definitely a heavier coverage than the Skin79 so it can look cakey. Keep in mind this isn't like a regular foundation. Use a tiny tiny amount. It's very concentrated.. And it may initially look like its the wrong color, but its like it has color detection in it or something because it ends up changing to blend to the skin color.
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
on 3/9/2011 12:15:00 PM
More reviews by jent24
Skin: Combination, Olive, Not Sure
i have the missha perfect cover #23 and this is my first ever bb cream. i've been using this for almost 3 weeks now. so far, i'm loving this bb cream. the shade is just right for my skin tone (im in between olive-medium and tan during summer). i usually apply powder on top to set it and to match perfectly without having a white-ish cast on my face.i also find that moisturizing before the bb cream gets applied really helps with the coverage (plus, more good stuff for the skin yes?)im from toronto and if you're looking for a place it get it, i bought mine at galleria supermarket at yonge and steeles. they have a beauty shop where the food court is called Debbie. they also offer a membership card to get 5% off your purchase. highly recommended.(they also have dr. jart products available in the store)it cost me $25 (tax in) for a 50 ML size. looking through ebay, it costs $10-ish for the 30 ML.it's a pretty good price to pay for the size and convenience.to conclude, the missha perfect cover bb cream has done wonders to my skin. i usually have breakouts on my chin, temples and near my cheekbones. with normal foundation + powder application - i get really oily on my t zone by lunchtime and usually have to blot or re-apply. since i work long hours (10-11 hrs per day) i haven't had that "oily" feeling at all with missha bb cream on. no breakouts in the past 3 weeks. i went to have a heart attack burger a week ago and the usual breakout has not shown up.the only 1% downside to the 99% awesomeness is the smell. but that's just me. the scent reminds me of johnson and johnson's baby lotion. it's not overly strong - i just prefer unscented because i get easily annoyed with scents. it's not a big thing, just preference. it wont stop me from using this particular bb cream though.i've placed an order for skin79 hot pink - reviews say it's good for combination/dry skin. we'll see how it compares to missha.. =)
4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.
on 3/7/2011 4:00:00 AM
More reviews by hnn
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Black, Straight, Medium
I got the shade No. 21, which is a little too light for my NC25/30 skin. Even if my skin was lighter, this BB cream would most likely still not match because for some reason it has a strange gray sheen to it. It seems to take out all the natural pink glow to my face. It's so thick in consistency that even a little still feels heavy on my face. The pump applicator makes it hard to dispense the exact amount you want too. I had high hopes for this BB cream, but it sadly failed to live up to its hype.
on 3/7/2011 12:27:00 AM
More reviews by ad0
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
Great stuffI have lots of pimples, scars, freckles. This stuff covers it all up. Obviously if I have something that's extremely dark and needs more coverage I'll use concealer, if not I'll just pack on the BB cream on the one spot.I don't always wear this with powder, I usually let it sit it. But on days when I am impatient, I will powder up afterwards.I don't breakout using this, my super oily skin isn't as oily as it usually get's when I'm using this.Overall -- Super awsome definitely buy again
on 3/6/2011 6:29:00 AM
More reviews by chlohoe
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
im really instrested in BB cream, but could someone PLEASE mail me and tell me where too get some! im so lost haha .
on 3/6/2011 6:24:00 AM
More reviews by loveteajuice
Skin: Combination, Medium, Not Sure
I really like this BB cream. It might not be for everyone though.I do find that I do need to blot, and that it is slightly grey when applied. But it does change colour and the overall finish is really lovely.
on 3/4/2011 10:28:00 PM
More reviews by Pauw
I have oily/combination skin. I have a few acne scars but nothing too drastic. No discolorations and stuff. I bought this in shade 23 because i'm an nc30-35. Color match is perfect! It seems as if I have nothing on but there's the coverage to hide the minor imperfections.PROS:This thing stopped me from using foundations and tinted moisturizers. For one, it gives the coverage I want. Not too light as tinted moisturizers and not too made-up or heavy as foundations. I set it with my MAC studio fix powder foundation with a loose kabuki brush and the coverage is just perfect for me. The foundation neutralized the ugly pinkish cast of the bb cream on me (yes it appears pink on me, not gray). The oil control is quite good to be honest. I had to blot because I always feel greasy but after looking at my blotting paper, nearly no oil at all. This is the solution to all darker skin tones out there. THE SPF IS ALSO CRAZY! I also substituted this to my sticky sunblock. I'm not afraid to go out in the sun anymore.CONS:The smell of this thing reminds me of my grandma's perfume. Some like it, well I don't. The price is a bit steep, depending on where you get it. But not a problem because it's a product that delivers. It won't hide dark eye circles and wrinkles.Don't know if it healed my minor face flaws. But overall, a good starting bb cream. don't mind the other stater bb creams
on 3/3/2011 9:35:00 PM
More reviews by eq2008
I would buy BB creams again if it doesn't contain Mineral Oil because this one does and it made me break out. Mineral oil is the fifth ingredient in this product, so beware if you break out with products that contains mineral oil. Shades are very limited and I have this in Natural Beige (no. 23). When I first put it on, it look grayish on my skin and as it oxidizes throughout the day it looks darker and more yellow. The oil control is not there so I have to keep blotting my t zone and it does feel a little bit on the greasy side at the end of my day. Over all, I will keep searching for other bb creams that matches me better that doesn't contain any mineral oil. Love the concept of bb creams, this one just didn't work for me.
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