Welcos Killing Me Zombie CC Cream Review & Swatches

Welcos Killing Me Zombie CC Cream

As a self proclaimed zombie lover I could not resist purchasing the Welcos Killing Me Zombie CC Cream! I mean seriously, even if this sucked I’d likely rave it because it’s freaking CUTE!

Looking at the fun packaging and it creates zombie-like skin too! My makeup life is surely completely now that Welcos Killing Me Zombie CC Cream has entered it.

I thought I knew everything about Korean beauty but obviously I don’t as I’ve never heard of the Welcos brand until recently when my favorite E-bay seller stocked the Killing Me Zombie CC Cream and I immediately purchases.

This one is an all in one formula that provides an anti-aging formula with an SPF 30 that brightens, whitens, and acts as a base and primer for makeup or can used along for natural coverage.

I LOVE CC Cream formulas like this as they are available in a single shade that darken as you apply. I’d say the formula on the Killing Me Zombie CC Cream is almost an exact dupe for Tony Moly Luminous Pure Aura CC Cream. So outside of the cute packaging you likely don’t need it if you already own Tony Moly’s version! It’s also a bit creamier and less thinner than Tony Moly’s version.

They package this in a cute box featuring a gothy zombie girl! Loves it! It includes both a smaller and larger version of the CC Cream so you can travel with the smaller size and use the larger one at home. The larger size is housed in a similar barrel as Skin 79’s popular BB Creams.

Killing Me Zombie CC Cream

I think the self adjusting formula could go wrong for some skin types but most should get with it fine as it sheers out well so the finish isn’t pasty. Unlike some formulas this doesn’t go orange-y on me but has more of a creamy beige finish. It’s quite sheer so it’ll even out your skin tone and create a brighter appearance but won’t necessarily conceal blemishes or imperfections. I’ve always called CC Creams a my skin but better type of product. They take already good skin and make it better so if you do require more coverage you might want to use it to prime with but not for coverage alone.

I actually like it all its own as it brightens up my skin and evens out! My skin is always tired and dull looking and this creates a nice, flawless complexion that’s more lively. It wears for a bit of a shorter time at around four hours when used this way but the wear can be extended if you dust a bit of powder over it!

Welcos Killing Me Zombie CC Cream swatches

Overall, Welcos Killing Me Zombie CC Cream doesn’t only have the cute factor going for it but a formula that really brightens up skin and gives it a more flawless look. Whether you use it as a primer or as a lightweight foundation of sorts I’d say check this out if you haven’t already tried the Tony Moly version I mentioned in this review.

I picked this up from ebay.com seller F2Plus1.

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  • 7/28/14 20:12 Angel:

    What super-cute packaging! I love it!

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  • 7/28/14 21:49 Regina:

    Nice, finally a solution!!! =)) (incase I loose my hard earned zombie-chic-look).

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  • 7/28/14 22:35 Mairi:

    Ahahaha, I love this name! I’m totally putting this on my watchlist, I’m working through Holika’s Real Skin Finish at the moment but I definitely want to try this next!

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  • 7/28/14 23:52 melissa:

    A zombie themed product thats good you say? I need it! Get in my cart now :D I wish I wasn’t barely into a new tube of mac bb cream thats been my primer/base for a few years now. It works so good for me I’m afraid to try others but I musn’t be afraid of zombie awesomeness. In other news, my jedigrl license plates are on their way, got the tabs already, and I ordered the vans x-wars bandana sneaks.. hopefully they fit, sometimes vans don’t work on my pudgy toes. So if zombie cream fails at least I’ll have storm troopers on my feet lol.

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    • 7/29/14 9:54 Isabella Muse:

      LOL :-D I got mine a few weeks ago…got all the prints but they are the typical craptastic van fit that kinda pinch toes and look like boats but it’s freaking star wars so how can I not own them!?!??! :-D I love you have personalized plates with jedigirl on it :-D so cool!

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  • 7/29/14 0:44 Luna:

    I have this on my list to get. =D Glad to see a post on it.

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    • 7/29/14 9:21 Isabella Muse:

      :) yay!

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  • 7/29/14 6:29 Jennifer:

    When products have self-adjusting shades and they do it well, I’m always curious. Thank you for the review! Does this have a similar scent to the Tony Moly one? Because although the product was great, the smell gave me a huge migraine.

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    • 7/29/14 9:12 Isabella Muse:

      not that I noticed jennifer, it’s really subtle freshness but nothing crazy!

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  • 7/29/14 7:03 Ritu KT:

    OMG i had seen these at Watsons in Seoul but didnt pick up just because I was not familiar with the brand. They also released Zombie lip tints and glosses I guess. I missed out :( I do have the Tony Moly Aura CC cream though!

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    • 7/29/14 9:11 Isabella Muse:

      me either! I thought I was up on ALL korean beauty brands but this came out of no where :-D I WANT ZOMBIE LIP TINTS! zomg :) if you have Tony Moly’s version you really don’t need this, almost exactly the same formula imho!

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  • 7/29/14 8:39 Sarah S.:

    All products should come with travel-size versions!

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  • 7/29/14 9:19 Cassi:

    Such a crazy coincidence, I saw this yesterday and thought I might order it but I wasn’t familiar with the brand. This sounds awesome!

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  • 7/29/14 16:26 Iris:

    This is so cool; I may try this out after I finish my current jar of sunscreen!

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  • 7/30/14 6:07 Sacre:

    I saw this too, I’m familiar with Welcos as I own their No makeup BB cream, which is great. I was looking for a CC cream similar to Tony Moly formula, but I can’t choose between this and the new Lioele CC cream.

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