I’ve reviewed Estee Lauder Cyber White Extra Intensive BB Cream in a prior post. This was introduced in Japan about a year or so ago. We won’t be getting the Cyber White version but Estee Lauder is releasing a BB Cream.
Available in two shades this lightweight BB Cream promises moisture, protection (SPF 35), and an antioxidant rich formula that controls excess oil.
It’s $38 and is available now at Nordstrom.
I know I posted about this yesterday but just wanted to update you on the new Stila Stay All Day HD Beauty Balm aka Stila BB Cream. It looks like Ulta is claiming it as an exclusive but I suspect by Summer it’ll be available everywhere but don’t quote me there.
I still don’t have a ton of info but here’s some updated details I do have.
It’s $38, available in one shade, and claims to be the typical all-in-one BB Cream that reduces fines lines while perfecting skin and brightening it.
I think the fact that it comes in one shade definitely bodes well for the product as most traditional Asian BB Creams are available in one to two shades at most.
I already ordered it so expect a review soon.
Available now at Ulta.com
I’m definitely curious about this one and as I suspected BB Creams are a prominent part of Spring 2012.
So, wait, it is true. Stila has a BB Cream?
A reader tweeted me asking about Stila Stay All Day HD Beauty Balm and I proceeded to tell her “huh”? Never heard of it.
But it’s true.
It’s not online yet but this one will be at Ulta first and is displayed in their latest calender.
I don’t have a ton of details yet but I’ll keep you up to date as details become available!
More news on the BB Cream front comes from 3LAB today. Not sure what a BB Cream is? Read here for more deets!
3LAB Perfect BB Cream SPF 40 PA+++ launched earlier this month and is available in three shades (light, medium, and dark) for…wait for it…a whooping $95.
This has to be the most expensive BB Cream I’ve ever lemmed!
Take a peek!
Sasa is a Asian drugstore of sorts which luckily enough also has a website, Sasa.com, that ships worldwide. If you haven’t ordered from Sasa before I highly suggest it as they carry a huge range of skincare, color cosmetics, etc…from various Asian brands.
During one of my recent sprees with Sasa I ended up exploring their house brand, Sasatinnie, and ended up popping one of their Supreme Express Eye Makeup Removers in my cart.
I’m always on the hunt for a new, exciting bi-phase eye makeup remover to try as I simply hate paying for the costly Lancome version, ouch! Dunno why I’m so frugal about makeup remover but I am.
Let’s take a peek at Sasatinnie Supreme Express Eye Makeup Remover.