The Face Shop: Photo Blur

I don’t wear much foundation and when I like to have a bit of coverage, BB cream is enough. I’ve been turning to Asian creams lately because they tend to blend really well. Also for some reason, they only ever come in one shade that is perfect.

It has a slight citrus scent that I don’t mind and the tube makes it easy to squeeze the right amount. It’s a non-greasy BB cream, so I do recommend moisturizing first if you don’t have oily skin. Some sites say it has SPF 37, but for some reason, that description has a faint white sticker on top of the packaging where it used to say that.

When I’m feeling extra conscious about my redness, I put a little on (it goes a long way) and I’m usually still good about 6 hours later. BB creams are definitely worth trying for those who don’t like foundation every day!

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Tony Moly Blur BB

I don’t wear a lot of foundation, or any really but recently Β I picked up this Tony Moly Blur BB.

The container was cute and it wasn’t too expensive.

The product itself I think only came in one colour. It was a sheer coverage. It covered most of my red spots without looking like I had any make up on. I love it. I feel like if you have any acne, or serious skin problems, it wouldn’t be the right product for you, but for gentle coverage it is perfect.