Nip + Fab Complexion Correction Cream SPF 30 it appears you’re doing it right! Recently launched in the UK the new Nip + Fab Complexion Correction Cream has made it to the US and the formula appears to be right on target for CC Cream bliss!
Take a look!
Available in Light and Dark shades this budget friendly $14.99 CC Cream is the first I’ve come across that doesn’t feel the need to combine shimmer, glitter, and other highlighting properties with their formula.
For some reason the US market translates CC Cream as being a highlighter with coverage. Anyone noticing this? “CC Cream with an illuminating glow…” No…we don’t want a CC Cream with glow that’s what highlighter is for. Who wants to apply highlighter all over their skin!?
We do however, want a formula that acts as a skincare and a coverage balm all in one and Nip + Fab Complexion Correction Cream seems to have the idea of the formula down.
The gel-like texture of this CC Cream reminds me of a Japanese BB Cream much like Hadalabo BB Cream. Although lightweight it contains perfect medium coverage that will ease minor redness and acne scarring while perfecting skin and creating an overall flawless complexion. Soline provides long term moisture with the aid of Hyaluronic acid that helps to retain that moisture. Oat extract tones skin and keeps it smooth.
I tried it in Light and unfortunately the shade is a tad pasty on my skin or so I thought. I’ll be trying the Dark as soon as I can get to Ulta to pick it up…hopefully Dark is a more medium beige that will be more suitable for my skin tone. Light wasn’t completely bad though as I asked my sister, the harshest critic in the world, if it looked too pale and she said “nope, looks quite natural!”
Wear time is excellent with a solid six hours before showing very MINOR fading. It didn’t oxidize on me and my skin looked as flawless six hours after application as it did six hours before during the first application.
Overall, Nip + Fab seems to have gotten the general idea of a CC Cream down correctly here! Excellent coverage, strong wear, an easy to blend formula that’s hydrating but not greasy or oily so most any skin type can use it, and a cheap price tag too!
Good job guys!
Nip + Fab is available at Ulta, and Ulta.com
Anyone try this yet?
I’d love to hear your thoughts!