As you may know, I am a big lover of flawless ‘no makeup’ – makeup. I have made a post about this subject a while back, but now that my main product in this beauty routine as changed, I decided to give you an updated version!
In my previous post I talked about my favourite foundation by Dr. Hauschka. This is an all natural cosmetics brand, and also loved by a number of celebreties, for example Kate Moss and Eva Mendes. I still love this foundation, but since it has light coverage to almost no coverage, I wanted to try out something that would cover up my blemishes slightly better.
Now I know that BB cream doesn’t have that much coverage either, but considering I’m not a fan of a full coverage foundation, I opted for a BB cream. I’d been hearing great things about the Diorskin Nude BB Creme, and despite the fact that it is on the pricey side, I tried it out.
First of all, I love the packaging. That’s very important for me, the looks of a product. I know it’s supposed to be only about the quality, but I honestly wouldn’t buy something that doesn’t look appealing when it comes to the outside and the packaging.
I picked the lightest colour, which is ‘light’, and it’s perfect for my skin tone. Now, considering the second lightest colour is called ‘fair’, some of you may think that is actually the lightest colour. This isn’t true though! I made the mistake of thinking that at first, and it turned out to dark. If you usually go for the lightest colour, or 01, with foundations, go for 01, ‘light’, with this BB Creme. I love the way it becomes absorbed in your skin within a few minutes after putting it on your face. Because of this, it looks even more natural and has a shiny, glowy finish. I usually finish off everything with a translucent setting powder, just to prevent any oiliness or shine throughout the day. If you want a natural looking, flawless and glowing face, I highly recommend giving this product a try. Below you can see what it looks like on me.
”Zest is the secret of all beauty. There is no beauty that is attractive without zest.”