Review: L’Oreal Paris Magic Skin Beautifier BB Cream
If you’re new to “BB Creams”, don’t let the name scare you it’s simply stands for an all-in-one “Beauty Balm” . A product that works as moisturizer and/or skin treatment, primer and foundation all in one tube. The trend of BB Creams started in Asia and over the last year have gained popularity in the US.
This all-in-one beauty solution primes, corrects, hydrates and perfects, while resulting in a beautiful bare skinned look. The secret to L’Oreal’s Magic Skin Beautifier B.B. Cream Meet is the Beautifying Beads (see photo adove); encapsulated pigments infused in an ultra-light lotion with antioxidants Vitamins C&E. This multi-tasking skin beautifier delivers 4 beautifying actions in 1: hydrates, corrects, evens and perfects. Instantly transforms to your perfect shade for a flawless, bare skin finish. Over time, leaving you more beautiful skin.
With the L’Oreal Paris BB Cream I can skip my normal facial moisturizer and my face feels hydrated all day. It leaves a nice matte, yet natural, look to the skin, without feeling heavy or looking cakey. The product goes on white, but as you blend the beads are broken and pigment is released creating your own perfect shade. The cream provided and natural evening out of my skin leaving it perfected but still natural looking. I would put it in a light-to-medium category, but the formula is build able if you need a bit extra coverage.
Magic Skin Beautifier comes in four shades to match a multitude of skin colors. I use Medium, which suits my self- tan well. Choose from Fair, Light, Medium and Deep.
L’Oréal Paris Magic BB Cream retails for $10.95 for 1 fl oz. It is available in four shades and is sold at mass food and drug retailers nationwide. Click here to find out more.
Disclosure: I was sent a complementary BB cream to enable my review of the product this opportunity was give to me via SheSpeaks & L’Oreal No other monetary or compensation was given. These are my honest opinions & how the product worked for my skin type. Your experience may vary from mine.