L’Oreal Nude Magique BB Cream displays have been spotted by yours truly at Harmons and CVS. Unlike the UK they have four shade selections total to choose from and it’s newly named L’Oreal Magic Skin Beautifer BB Cream.
It’s $8.29 on Harmons and CVS it was $10.79.
Bobbi Brown BB Cream has launched in the US.
The new Bobbi Brown BB Cream SPF 35 has launched at Nordstrom.com peeps.
- Extra Light
- Medium to Dark
Moisturize, perfect and protect instantly and over time. It’s easier than ever to get great skin with Bobbi Brown’s BB Cream SPF 35. Inspired by a skincare and makeup hybrid that’s a cult favorite, as the formula combines moisturizer, treatment, SPF and a lightweight foundation into one. Plus, it’s available in five skin tone shades carefully formulated by Bobbi herself. Consider it your skin’s new best friend.
Features and benefits: Water-attracting molecules boost hydration. Light-reflecting pearls brighten dull skin. Botanical extracts and caffeine reduce discoloration and redness. Pore-reducing peptides minimize fine lines. Broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection and antioxidants fend off future damage.
If you missed my review of it you can click here to see what the good word is.
Looks like the main differences between the Asian and US release is shade selection but other than that the formulas seem similiar.
Looking forward to checking out the US version anyway, count me curious if the formula is spot on for the Asian release.
Are you curious about trying it?
Not so much?
Covergirl BB Cream? Ahhh I has me a giggle!
A friend of mine recently said she saw Covergirl BB Cream at the drugstore and I was mmmm I dunno ’bout that but here’s proof.
I wasn’t so sure about L’Oreal Revitalift Repair 10 BB Cream considering my foray with L’Oreal Nude Magique BB Cream didn’t exactly turn into a great hooray.
So far, drugstore BB Creams aren’t exactly what you’d expect from a traditional Asian BB Cream but hey, props for trying guys.
L’Oreal Revitalift Repair 10 BB Cream was released in the UK recently so I decided to jump in and see what I thought.
I recently reviewed Skin Food Aloe Sun BB Cream for you so I thought today I’d drag out the Skin Food Gingko Green BB Cream for a little swatch and review.
Since the two formulas are fairly similiar I do suggest choosing either one or the other but not both. That’s just my opinion though, you can of course indulge in both if you like but I find they are along the same formulas. I did want to review this anyway though since I enjoy using Shade 2 in the Aloe Sun version and didn’t have Shade 1 to swatch for you however in the Gingko Green formula I had indulged in Shade 1 so this is a good excuse to see the difference between the two if you refer back to my original review.
Let’s have a look!