Currently Favorite BB Creams For Fair Skin Tones

Tuesday, February 23, 2016


This post was overdue for such a long time! Today I wanna share some of my favorite bb creams for fair skin tones. I also have extremely oily skin without a lot of imperfections. I've already wrote two similar blog post in the past and talked about foundations for fair skin tones in general. I will link both posts on the end.


I am so in love with all three bb creams! Two of them are pretty new and you can't find a full review about them on my blog. However I've wrote a full review about the precious mineral bb cream from Etude House on my blog before. If you are interested in it simply click [here] ! 


The Essence BB Cream from Berrisom is only available in one shade. It contains 200ppm of noni extract which will protect your skin against harmful environmental influences. This bb cream also provides SPF 50+ and PA +++. I like that it provides a medium to high coverage and it still looks very natural. The texture is quite thick, but it will blend easily. I like that this bb cream is quite oil controlling and it will last about 10 hours. Another bb cream I love is from Mizon and it's called Correct BB Cream Fitting Cover. This bb cream also isn't available in more than one shade. It provides SPF 50+ and PA+++. I love that this bb cream provides full coverage without looking caky. The texture is quite nice. It blends seamlessly into my skin and I am impressed with the staying power! It is extremely oil controlling and nearly waterproof. The last bb cream is the Precious Mineral BB Cream from Etude House. It provides SPF 30, PA ++ and it's available in three shades. Also this bb cream only contains 35g of product and the other two contain 50g each. However the precious bb cream provides full coverage, will last between 8 and 10 hours and it is quite oil controlling. The texture is just right and it blends perfectly. 


From top to bottom: Berrisom, Mizon, Etude House

You can find the other two post [here] and [here]



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4 Comment/s

  1. Yes! Thank you very much for this post! <3

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  2. Damn.. those are still to dark for me!

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    1. Maybe the powderless liquid foundation from kate tokyo would be light enough for you.
      http://www.bubblycolor.com/2015/04/kate-tokyo-powderless-liquid-for-cover.html

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