Monday, 6 April 2015

REVIEW | MAYBELLINE DREAM FRESH BB CREAM

I use a BB cream on a daily basis and I mostly wear it during the day when ever I go out. The one I use the most is the Maybelline Cream Fresh BB Cream in Dark. It can be so frustrating at times that I can find my shade here so I got this from the UK as well for £7.99 if I remember correctly from Superdrug. In Hong Kong you can get it at any local sasa, Watsons and Mannings, but unfortunately you cant get the deeper shades.

MAYBELLINE DREAM FRESH BB CREAM  IN DARK

MAYBELLINE DREAM FRESH BB CREAM  IN DARK

MAYBELLINE DREAM FRESH BB CREAM  IN DARK

MAYBELLINE DREAM FRESH BB CREAM  IN DARK

The shade is a perfect match for me so I love using it during the day as it isn't too much when you wear it. The texture is very soft and you get a very flawless look. You don't get a lot of coverage so it a very medium coverage and you definitely need to use a concealer. Once you wear it, it feels very light and very breathable. It can get very humid here so for the summer its a perfect light base.

You can use your hand, a stippling brush or even a sponge to get apply the BB Cream as it blends very easily and goes on smoothly. The longevity would be about 3-4 hours before I start seeing shine. If you retouch with a setting powder throughout the day it wont look heavy and cakey and you will be able to prolong the wear time of it.

Overall I would say it would say that it is a good BB Cream if you like a light weight base and it will last long depending on your type. I wear BB Creams all the time and this is one of my favourites. It was in my February favourites as well.

Do you wear a BB Cream? If so have you tried the Maybelline BB Cream? Let me know what you think in the comment box below.

Nashia
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