I always get a weird feeling when testing something that has one shade. Usually it never matches me, and I was really expecting this one to be very light. But I was so wrong. The shade is really great, and matches me perfectly (I am usually a 23 or a little darker then that) and it is very unusual to find a Korean CC cream with a tone that matches me.
It is supposed to be a blush in a pretty packaging, but what I see is just pretty packaging. When you squeeze out the product it has a sheer lavender tone to it, and then you blend it in and the color just simply vanishes. By vanish I mean, I don’t see it at all. It I apply several layers on top of each other, there might be a tiny tint of color. But seriously this is one of the worst products I have ever tried.
Before I tried this I read a lot of reviews on it, and I don’t think I found one that didn’t love this one. I really don’t know why it took me so long to try it out. I have used their ceramizing cream and its amazing
The texture of this is very thick, almost like an emulsion instead, but it still penetrates really quickly into the skin.
I love this one, when I first applied it my skin looked really amazing and I thought directly, this one I just have to get.
When first applying, it has a bit of grey in it and it looked like it was not going to match me. But after a short time, it actually blends very well with my skin tone. I would actually call this a perfect match. I am Caucasian but darker in my skin tone, so usually a 23 or mixing 23 with 27 (Missha perfect cover BB)
I have been using this a couple of times and I am really not sure what I think about it yet. I do have potential. I do like cream products since I have really, and I mean really dry skin. Powder seem to make things worse, so I rather skip those.
During winter, my skin is even more dry (if that is possible) and I therefore try to stick with sticks (ha ha). Or at least cream based products as much as possible, just so I don’t enhance my dry skin.