|Would buy this product again.||48%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Bought this thinking it would give me full coverage since thats what it said on the box but it doesn't apply on my face well, it's a cream but very condensed in the packaging. Works well for me to cover up acne spots, pores, redness or blemishes but has to be used on top of other foundation. For the price it costs, I would not buy it again and would not recommend.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I can't believe they're allowed to sell this to people. Thank god for receipts. I returned this an hour after purchase. I can't say one good thing about it. I am puzzled at the consistency of the product...it barely goes on whatever you use i.e. brush, sponge, hand. Worst thing ever.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Other Eyes: Brown
I bought this as my first Bb cream. the brush is okay but impossible to get clean without water sitting in it which will contribute to mildew. i use one of my older brushes just for this because its impossible to clean fully out of any brush. I like the finish on my skin. Very flawless. Many days I wear a much lighter cc cream and actuality use this as my concealer because it feels too heavy all over. as a concealer I would give it a 3.5-4. As a BB cream there are so many better options
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I love this product. It provides great coverage with a matte smooth finish. It is easily applied with fingers, brush or sponge. The color really matched my skin and eliminated any redness or discoloration. This product can tend to look dry over any scabs from a blemish, so make sure to moisturize any scabby areas, it has never left dry spots like this only scabs. My biggest beef is I had a few problems with the threading on the lid when I first purchased it, I then couldn't open the jar. I am really careful on how I close the jar now. The brush works great for getting into corners and at the hairline (without messing up fixed hair), but maybe to small for everyday use.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
I have fair skin with neutral undertones and have been using Tarte's "Smooth Operator" in Tarte's color "agent 08" for a couple of years. For about six weeks now, I've been alternating it with Air Buffed. Here's what I have found: Air Buffed in the color "Vanilla Glow" is (at least on my face) just about identical to the Tarte "agent 08" in terms of color, and both products are SPF 20 with physical (as opposed to chemical) sunscreens, and both products have no noticeable scent, but any similarities end there. Air Buffed is in a wide-mouthed jar that I find awkward to use. It takes quite a few twists/turns to open and close the jar, and while you can apply Air Buffed with fingers, it's messy and I don't like to put my fingers in a jar. The brush that came with Air Buffed didn't work for me - too small and just not up to the task - but my own (larger) foundation brush works well. Just be sure that whatever brush or applicator you use with Air Buffed won't scratch or irritate your skin, because you have to really press "Air Buffed" into your face. It's hard to beat the squeeze tube of "Smooth Operator" for ease and speed of application - Air Buffed is much more time consuming to apply. Once applied, however, Air Buffed gives a more polished look overall. Neither Air Buffed nor Smooth Operator are "full coverage" products, but Air Buffed is less sheer than Smooth Operator. Another noticeable difference - while Smooth Operator has some slight sheen, Air Buffed is matte - at least on my dry skin. So long as I wear a light moisturizer underneath, Air Buffed has consistently stayed true to color after wearing it all day, and doesn't seem to need retouching (at least on my dry skin - those with oilier skins may have a very different experience). While not as moisturizing as Smooth Operator, Air Buffed did not seem to dry out my skin. (I normally use a light moisturizer as a base layer no matter what foundation I wear). As an experiment, I tried skipping the moisturizer under both Air Buffed and Smooth Operator (on different days), and BOTH looked chalky at the end of a ten hour day, though my skin felt a little drier with the Air Buffed (and no moisturizer). A small quantity of Air Buffed goes a reasonably long way - I would expect a jar of Air Buffed to give more days of wear than a tube of Smooth Operator, so Air Buffed is not a bad value even though it's not cheap. I am continuing to use Air Buffed when I have a little more time and need a more polished look, but the issues with Air Buffed's packaging and application keep me coming back to Smooth Operator on a typically rushed morning. I'm only willing to put up with the inconvenience of Air Buffed because it does give me a better more professional look than the Smooth Operator once I finally get it on my face.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I wanted a full coverage foundation that would cover my hyperpigmentation on both my cheeks. I went to Sephora and did their color match and this product was a recommendation for my skin tone. I was amazed with the results. I use a light coat over all my face, then go back and add layers to the hyperpigmentation. It covers really well. I have pretty oily skin, but a few dry patches. This product does not add shine. I do finish it off with a powder by NARS. It really does last all day and looks pretty good at the end of the day.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
im returning this product back to macys. this is not what i expected :(
comes with brush
very little scent
looks grey when applied onto face :(
brush included is pretty much useless
emphasizes dry patches
only few shades
didnt match my skin tone very well
advertizes poreless finish, not accurate
this isnt what id look for in a bb cream. a bb cream is supposed to have skincare properties like anti-aging or healing or whatever but this one didnt. it didnt really do anything. it just sat on my face. lol
too faced has some really nice stuff, this one just didnt work out for me. i wouldnt really reccomend it to anybody.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Medium coverage, but very hydrating to my dry skin. Glides on smooth w/my fingers or sponge. Brush isn't great, but good for travel or getting into corners. Gives me a nice "natural" finish ( I'm not into the MASK look!!) and last all day w/a little setting powder.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
Purchased on-line through Too Faced's website when this first came out since it was not available in stores for about a month. I was so excited to get my delivery and try this BB cream, ohhh I soon regretted my purchase. This product is horrible! The brush that comes with it is worthless and even using my Bhumi Master Genius could not make this foundation any better. I was hoping for a powdery, matte finish and what I got was a thick, cakey finish that just did not want to blend or buff. I have tried it with and without primer and saw no improvement either way. Definitely will not repurchase.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Yuck! What a waste of my hard earned money lol.. But seriously.. It takes forever to apply with the brush that it came with.. With other brush like the sigma synthetic kabuki it still sucky.. Not for oily skin..