Well done Stila! Introducing Stay All Day HD Beauty Balm with SPF 30 is a very smart move my friends. Stila Stay All Day 10-In-One HD Beauty Balm With Broad Spectrum SPF 30 is releasing for Spring 2013 with a revised, revisited formula that’s now available with SPF.
I actually love HD Beauty Balm even though it is on the sheerer side however, the biggest problem with the formula was the lack of SPF. Stila has smartly reformulated it.
MAC Prep + Prime BB Beauty Balm Compact SPF 30 delivers SPF protection in a solid cream, packaged in a mirrored compact. Comes in three semi-translucent shades. Evens skin tone, blurs imperfections, enhances
natural luminosity and retexturizes skin for a flawless look while hydrating and shielding from harsh UV rays and pollutants. Prep + Prime BB Beauty Balm SPF 35 in three semi-translucent shades covering extra-light
to medium skin tones. Blending SPF protection, creamy emollients and optical pearl pigments, this face-priming, colour-perfecting formula protects and evens the complexion for flawless results.
Rimmel’s new BB Cream Beauty Balm has launched in the US and is now available in drugstores. I only saw displays with three shades but I believe there are a total of four that will launch.
Light, Light/Medium, Medium, and Medium/Dark but don’t quote me.
See more photos and info after the jump!
I recently hauled MUA Makeup Academy BB All In One Beauty Balm during their Facebook sale. I was quite interested in this BB Cream since reading so many reviews on it.
It’s available in six shades for £4 each however, during the sale I paid half that price. Seriously, £4 is a good deal without the added advantage of the sale. By the way, the sale is still ongoing, simply use promo code MUA40 for 40% Off your total.
Take a look!
I picked up Revlon Photoready BB Cream on Saturday and blogged it from my car. Revlon BB Cream? Yeah, I was excited.
I actually found it at Bed, Bath, and Beyond marked at a very reasonable $8.29. I was surprised as although BBB is part of Harmons, typically their prices are higher for some odd reason or another. $8.29 seems reasonable enough. I suspect once it hits the standard round of drugstores the price will range from $9.99-$11.99.
Having been very disappointed with Maybelline’s Dream Fresh BB Cream as well as other US BB Creams I haven’t pinned too many hopes on Revlon Photoready BB Cream.
What did I think?
Here’s a few thoughts!