I love new beauty products, I would gladly be a guinea pig and test out the latest stuff – they can be life changing. And I don’t mean that in some, overly-dramatic sense, but quite literally life changing.
I’m here now to review the latest craze, the BB cream. I know I’m a couple of weeks late to jump on the bandwagon, but I’ve only just been sent my freebies through the post.
I never normally apply for stuff over the internet, but when it comes to foundation/tinted moisturiser and now BB Cream, I am quite particular – in fact, I’ve used the same foundation since I was 18, I’m now 21 and I still to this day get compliments of how fresh and flawless my skin looks, thank you MAC Studio Sculpt.
So, whilst I would love to say that I can leave the house with little coverage, I am sadly not one of those girls but putting on make-up is never a chore for me, I actually love to do it. I was reluctant to buy a bottle of BB cream, because I’d convinced myself that I wouldn’t like it because it’s too sheer.
Well, I don’t think I could have been more wrong. This cream provides as much coverage as my foundation and has quickly made it’s way to the top of my must-buy list.
When I was sent them, they only had the light option available, again I was apprehensive that this wouldn’t be right for my skin, but to my surprise, it’s nearly the same colour as my foundation.
Ta ta for now MAC Studio Sculpt. Well at least during the week, I’m still using it at the weekends when I go out.
I apply the cream with my fingers, so it doesn’t just sit on top of my skin and it instantly look brighter, however, it does look a little greasy. I just apply MAC translucent powder to stop the shine on my T-Zone, it works like a charm.
I do use some concealer over the top, for those pesky little spots that like to creep up. Other than that, I will be sticking with BB cream, it feels so much lighter on my skin than foundation and is a fraction of the cost. It’s win, win really.
Have you tried it yet? What did you think?