Klairs Illuminating Supple Blemish Cream SPF40 PA++ Review | BB Cream
as with all light to medium coverage bb creams, i reckon this will work for those with pretty much smooth skin. the consistency is very light and it blends pretty easily onto the face (i use banila co’s classic primer before all my bb cream application). as for the shade, i find that this bb cream isn’t too light and matches my skin tone pretty well after blending without leaving any white cast. i know it might seem a little grey but it really isn’t after blending and it really does even out the skin tone a little. it definitely leaves a really natural look after application and topped with some loose powder, you’re good to go. the advantage is this bb cream is quite light that i don’t feel like i’ve layered a large amount of cover on my face. this bb cream has quite a strong flora, perfume scent and it reminds me a lot of the chanel cc cream and skin food peach green tea bb.
after a full day of application, i note that the bb cream kinda stopped looking matte but more natural with alot of radiance (not forgetting oil around the t-zone). one thing i really like about bb creams is how i look brighter and more radiant with it after a good 6 hours. however, one thing i notice about bb creams is how they don’t usually have full UVA protection, as shown from the PA++ factor. i don’t have much of an issue since i slab on PA+++ sunscreen below my bb cream, but on lazy days, i wish these bb creams come in PA+++. the only rare ones i’ve seen with PA+++ are the chanel cc cream and biotherm’s white d-tox (and also my most expensive bb/cc creams around).
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