The Body Shop All-In-One BB Cream has finally launched here in the US. Yay! Originally introduced a few short months ago in the UK, I had suspected and mused that this indeed would see an early Fall 2012 release and that in fact is the case as it is now available both in store and online.
Available in three color changing tones this BB Cream promises to be your perfect match.
Take a look!
I’ve already reviewed the Maybelline Dream Fresh 8-in-1 BB Cream in a prior post. I picked up the shade medium from the UK when it originally launched and since it’s so readily available here in the US now I decided to indulge in the Light/Medium shade selection since I felt like the color I originally purchased was a tad too dark.
Here are some swatches and a few babbles comparing the UK formula to the US one.
Skin Food Good Afternoon Rose Lemon Tea BB Cream is one of several afternoon tea infused BB Cream formulas that the brand released.
Today I’ll be reviewing the Rose Lemon Tea version.
Take a peek!
Official song for BB Creams released in the US, another one bites the dust.
L’Oreal Youth Code BB Cream is another fail of a BB Cream that’s marked up to $18 at drugstores at the moment, yes, that’s $17.99 plus tax.
You can imagine my review of the new L’Oreal Youth Code BB Cream Illuminator isn’t going to be a good one so brace yourself.
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.