Stila’s new CC Color Correcting Stick that launched today might feel a little familiar. This new color correcting stick looks very similar to the new Maybelline Fit Me Shine Free Stick Foundation launching later this Summer for the Fall 2013 season.
Although Stila’s version promises to neutral redness so those suffering from redness are bound to love this foundation stick that addresses the issue with a green neutralizing shade built right into the core of the stick!
As I’m busy exploring CC Creams this Summer I was excited by L’Oreal Visible Lift CC Cream as it was easy enough to get in drugstores here in the US. It recently launched and I came across it for $10.49 at Harmons and I instantly snatched up both shades available.
I suspect it’ll be considerably higher priced at CVS, Walgreens, etc…so it sure is helpful that I’m here to tell you how BADLY the formula turned out.
Ugh! Do not buy!
Skin Food Vita Water Drop CC Cream SPF 35 PA ++ was recently introduced in Korea and comes in two cute designer tubes. From my understanding the formulas are the same but the tubes they come in are different. I’ve been on a CC Cream kick lately so I was excited about trying out Skin Food’s formula.
Who knows maybe Skin Food CC Cream could become my next favorite?
We already have a BB Cream for hair so why not a CC Cream for hair too? Alterna Caviar CC Cream 10-In-1 Complete Correction is a leave in CC Cream for hair that has ten great benefits for your hair in a single step.
Take a peek!
Having already reviewed the Nature Republic Brightening Super Origin Complete Control Cream and not liking it I was worried the Tinted formula wouldn’t be to my taste either. This CC Cream is quite differently formulated compared to many of the other CC Creams I’ve been trying from Korea.
Let’s find out more.