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THE BB CREAM SHOOOOWWWDOOWWNN! I’ve wanted to do this review for soooooooo long! I’m so happy to finally be presenting you with a more complete comparison of BB Creams then in my last much older video. I picked six different BB Creams ranging from cheap to expensive and I pitted them against each other. Also, to make this even better, there’s a Gmarket Promo going on with a whole heap of BB Creams! If you’ve been unsure about spending the money on a BB Cream maybe sale time is your chance to get them.

So to begin with, BB Cream is NOT the same as using foundation, so for those of you ladies/gentleman that don’t enjoy thick makeup up on your face, BB Cream is for you! And yes, lots of Korean dudes use BB Cream as part of their daily routine and I don’t think there is anything wrong with that.

BB Cream actually means Blemish Balm and was originally created by a doctor for people with skin issues including scarring or bad acne. The formula that it is made of is baffling to me because it applies one colour and changes to another in oxygen, it doesn’t clog my pores, it doesn’t feel like I’m wearing makeup, and it still manages to cover up my red face and under eye circles. What is this sorcery!!?? Whatever it’s made of, I use it daily like I would a face cream since all BB Creams come equipped with SPF protection from the sun. It’s very easy to apply and creates a nice no fuss routine at the beginning of the day. Even non-make up wearers could easily use this! Can you apply face cream? Then you can use BB Cream! HUURRAAHH!!!

The only problem with BB Cream is that there is a HUGE variety to choose from. For this test I stuck with popular Korean brand names and yes, Asian BB Cream brands are different than American BB Creams. I actually tested some popular American brands and they felt super thick and gooey. It reminded me of foundation mixed with glue. GROSS. So I’ll be sticking to the original source…KOREAN BB BRANDS! You can buy BB Creams for oily skin, whitening (which means evening out your skin tone, not bleaching your skin), heavy coverage, acne prone skin, waterproof, wrinkles/aging, and I’m sure I’ve missed some. Almost ALL of them come with UV or SPF protection.

For today’s review I picked BB Creams:
-for dry skin
-for light to medium coverage
-in the lightest shade available
-in matte finish (as opposed to dewy/shiny)

The dewy finish is, to me, that sweaty/oily look you sometimes see on Kpop Idols and Korean drama actors/actresses. I personally don’t like it, but Korean people think “dewy” means young and fresh looking. To each their own, right? Also regarding the skin tone, I have light/pink toned skin so not all BB Creams are okay for me. Some of them are on the brownish tanned side and others have a yellow tint to them so I had to avoid brands that were in those shades. Let’s begin!

Etude House BB Cream

Etude House

Get it here!

Price: cheap – mid
Coverage: light
Scent: no
Weight on face: very light
Amount needed for coverage: very little (less than one suggested pump)

I am an Etude House girl, I admit. For those of you that follow me on Instagram you’ll know I post pics of my hauls and sometimes I even do haul videos. I normally use BB Cream from Etude House to begin with but this one was a new type for me. I liked it! It was on the lighter side of coverage and applied really easily. Out of all the brands I tried this one required the least amount of BB Cream to spread onto my whole face. I think this was probably made for normal skin rather than oily/dry because of the way it applied, but it was still good for me since I’m not too dry. This remains in my Top 3 Picks.

Dr Jart BB Cream

Dr Jart

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Price: expensive
Coverage: full
Scent: no
Weight on face: medium – heavy
Amount needed for coverage: two squeezes (absorbed quickly)

This was the most expensive brand on the list so I was hesitant to buy it…but I DID IT FOR SCIENCE!!! Thank goodness I like it! I was very happily surprised that this had no scent, was very moisturizing (but not greasy), and had awesome coverage and really made my skin look perfect! Depending on how dry your skin is you might run out of this faster than a cheaper brand that spreads more easily but it really does have awesome coverage. It is in my Top 3 Picks and I would buy it again!

Missha BB Cream

Missha

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Price: mid range
Coverage: light – medium
Scent: perfume
Weight on face: light – medium
Amount needed for coverage: brand new bottle and the pump was broken so I can’t tell

I was unhappy from the get-go considering the brand new bottle wouldn’t pump at all. It could be a total fluke but that didn’t impress me. After that I got the amount of BB Cream all wrong and ended up using a cotton pad to scrape the extra stuff off my hands. What I really disliked was the scent since I’m NOT a perfume in my creams kindof girl. The coverage wasn’t great either, it still left me a bit blotchy. This one is a no for me.

Tony Moly BB Cream

Tony Moly

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Price: cheap
Coverage: light
Scent: no
Weight on face: light
Amount needed for coverage: one – two squeezes

It was exactly what I expected from the cheapest BB Cream on the list! Very sheer coverage and I had to apply two squeezes to fully apply. I really have nothing else to say since I didn’t dislike it, but I wouldn’t buy it again because I personally need more coverage for my face. If you’re looking for very light and sheer coverage this is for you!

Clio BB Cream

Clio

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Price: cheap – mid range
Coverage: medium
Scent: No
Weight on face: light
Amount needed for coverage: one squeeze or less

This one really surprised me! It had a totally unique feeling when it was being applied. It started as a cream but started to turn into almost a powder finish under my fingers. It was very silky. Perhaps that’s the shea butter in it? Whatever it is I was happily surprised considering I had never thought of buying this before. The coverage was nice as well but a bit more tan than my skin. I will buy this again! It’s in my Top 3 Pick.

Skin79 BB Cream

Skin 79

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Price: expensive
Coverage: light – medium
Scent: perfume
Weight on face: medium – heavy
Amount needed for coverage: one pump and a half

Nope nope nope. The bottle was nice looking but a hard bottle means you can’t squeeze every last drop out of it. HAHAH! So cheap of me! Also, so much perfume. I guess I can’t really get past that. Also, it had a glossy finish so I really didn’t like anything about it. Considering how expensive it was I expected something better. I’d rather go for Dr.Jart if I’m going to pay for premium Bb Cream.

Altogether, here’s my handy chart, because pictures are pretty!

BB Cream Review Showdown

So that’s it for my BB Cream review. What I’d really like is to hear from you guise is what kindof BB Cream you use. Which ones do you love and which ones do you hate? Be sure to include your skin tone and preferences (example: oily skin, acne prone, etc) so we can share from each other’s experiences! If this was helpful let me know, it took a really long time to film this so if I have to do it again with different BB Creams I’d like to get it right and make it as helpful as possible!

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  1. amenvodka

    okay I got the Dr. Jart+ one and IT IS AMAZING! AMAZING I SAY!

  2. Ren

    Hello! I recently started being interested in BB creams so thanks for this review.

  3. I went to a Sephora in Paris the other. I discovered a Korean/French brand, called Erborian, and the nice makeup lady seemed baffled that I’d order from Korea to get my product. She did mention the Koren/French version is “adapted”, though, which sorta scares me. I did buy her product though (a base, the BB cream, and got a free promotional CC cream tube too!) and it was kinda nice.

    I’m still waiting on my BB cream from TesterKorea (Etude House… I think the same one as in the video!) and I couldn’t be more excited. Can’t wait to put it on. I’m not a big makeup person, but I think this is going to change soon :P

  4. I just recently started using a BB cream by Alobon. I think it’s called Clean Light BB Cream and I really like it because it brightens my skin tone and matches my skin color really well, I have really pale skin so it can be hard to find a BB cream that blends really well. The only downside to it is that the coverage isn’t great, but hey, that’s what cover up is for, right?

  5. Black_Rabbit
    Black_Rabbit

    Hey guys I have a question!
    I am tempted to buy the Dr. Jart BB cream but I want to know does it have a coloring to it?
    My skin color brown and I don’t want to buy the cream just to find out that it makes me 10 shades lighter. Thanks~

  6. Hi guys, I need some help here. :)

    I never wear make-up. However, ever since I’m a kid I have a tendency to blush for no reason (my blood circulation isn’t so good, nothing problematic except the fact that my body temperature varies greatly from one place to another). My cheeks are basically 95% of the red, and I thought that BB creams could really help me with that.

    Since I live in Canada, I only tried Marcelle’s BB cream. I’ve bought it like 3 years ago because I had an interview for a huge company that I truly wanted to work in. As I said, I blush for almost no reason and stress makes me blush. I really did NOT want that to happen (I got the job by the way :P).

    I’ve used it like 10 times max in 3 years. But it feels so heavy. I’m reallyyyy not into make-up but now that I’ve seen your video, I’m interested in buying something that might be better for my skin.

    Any recommendation for someone who never wears make-up, blushes often and have a reaaaally pale skin? Something that feels light and that last for a long time would be nice (is there an expiration date on make-up? Honestly I know nothing about it and I’m just lost in the sea of products).

    I’m willing to buy a Korean BB cream but as I said, I barely use it, so if I order one, I would really like something that would help my situation.

    Thanks everyone ! :)

    • raindrop

      Hi fellow Canadian Nasty! :D

      I’ve tried the CC cream from Marcelle before. So not good ^^; but yeah, there are a bunch of Korean BB creams out there that would suit your needs!
      It’s difficult to recommend a particular BB cream to you right now, first we need to know a few things– like is your skin dry or oily? Also, what is your preferred finish (matte face, or a dewy look)? Also, is your skin sensitive? Sorry for all the questions, but every BB cream has these different things to take into account ^^;
      Right now I think I’d recommend a BB cushion to you..it’s super lightweight and feels like next to nothing on your skin (the ones I’ve tried at least). It’s basically like BB cream or foundation soaked into a sponge housed in a compact, and you use a puff to gather it from the cushion and apply it on your face. It’s pretty foolproof and very easy to use, so it would be good for you who doesn’t wear much makeup ^^
      Apparently Laneige’s BB cushion is now sold at Target here in Canada, but I bought mine from a Korean shop. But if you want to try it, I suggest you buy the shade no.13 from Korea, it’s their lightest shade ^^ (I don’t think they have that shade here). another option that is less expensive is Etude House’s Precious Mineral Any Cushion. It’s very very popular.. Their lightest shade is shade NO2, which might suit your skin ^^

      Oookayy sorry for this huge reply XD but I hope it’ll help you somewhat! Please don’t hesitate to ask if you have any more questions~ ^^

      (P.S.– many BB creams expire within 12-18 months, I think, so you’ll have a good year of usage from it ^^)

  7. raindrop

    First of all, thanks Martina for filming this video! :D I thoroughly enjoyed it and I appreciate your opinions on these BB creams very much– they’re very helpful! <3

    So now I thought to share my thoughts here as well, since I use BB cream too and have tried a few myself ^^ I'm still on the hunt for the perfect BB cream for me, as my skin is rather tricky to work with (sensitive, combination/dry, NC25-ish shade with very yellow undertones that is hard to match…) I actually use the same Missha BB cream that Martina didn't like in the video, I've had no problems with mine and I think it's very good for my skin. When I first started using it, it seemed to even help clear some blemishes I had :) I've also used Skinfood's Red Bean BB (it was okay), Etude House's Precious Mineral BB (the original one that Martina used in one of her first makeup vids, it was good but not quite a match for me). I've also tried BRTC's Gold Caviar BB (really liked this one), The Face Shop's Lovely Me:ex BB (actually really good, despite being inexpensive), and one from a Korean brand called Sheer Skin (Perfect Natural BB cream– a good one, but WAY too perfumey for me D:). I've also used CC creams, like Too Cool for School's Dinoplatz CC cream (it's okay.. not anything special, and it irritates my skin a tiny bit T__T) and Tony Moly's Luminous Live Aura CC cream (which I LOVE). There are a vast number of BB and CC creams out there, and it's difficult to know what will work for your skin, but try to research as much as possible about a certain BB or CC you're interested in before buying it– that's what I do! Read the many reviews online about them that beauty bloggers post. I'm reaaallly grateful to all those awesome beauty bloggers out there who write them! :)

    And I read that many of you out there don't know where to buy BB cream from… I live in Canada so I don't have any Korean cosmetics shops around (sad life..) so I do buy them online. I order from two websites, both of which have good prices, excellent customer service, and free shipping :) and NO, I'm not affiliated with them in any way, I'm just spreading the K-cosmetics love, haha. The websites are cosmetic-love.com and w2beauty.com, if any of you are interested :) Hope this helps! <3

  8. Maddiefossett

    I actually use TheFaceShop’s HD-Perfect BB Cream. I love it! It does has a scent but I find it refreshing and light, rather than over bearing and cloying. The coverage is great too, I am with Martina that I find the magic of BB creams ability to change colors in oxygen astounding! :) It is a bit of a pain to get, there is only one FaceShop store in Chicago, but I feel it is worth it.

    I agree 100% that the American versions are vastly lacking and hugely inferior to the FaceShop stuff I use…The down side to getting the good stuff is the price. Because it is a specialty item shipped to the US it costs around $28.00 for 40 ml. (.70 per ml!) *ouch* But it doesn’t break me out (I have really sensitive skin that breaks out with nearly everything.)so I feel it is worth it!

  9. Trisha Florentin

    Really enjoying the makeup videos :)

  10. biyongchy

    The first BB cream I bought and used was Etude House’s Precious Mineral BB cream (the regular one). I actually bought it because of the BB Cream Reviews: Matte vs. Shiny video (thanks, Martina!! :D) I was looking for a BB cream to try and I went with that one since my skin is pretty light, too x] It gives me just the right coverage while still letting me have a natural look.

    Then I wanted to try more so I bought another one: Dr. G Brightening Balm SPF 30 PA++ from Gowoonsesang. This is my to-go BB cream. It has a bit better coverage than the Precious Mineral one, but it’s a better match to my skin color, is less runny, doesn’t break me out, and feels lighter on my skin. And it’s comfortable to wear, too. This Dr. G BB cream is my everyday BB cream, but I use the Precious Mineral BB cream as a backup or whenever I want to use a different one for a day. But bottom line both the Precious Mineral and Dr. G BB creams are really nice on my skin and feel comfortable to wear.

    I’m really happy with the two BB creams that I have, although the Clio BB cream you reviewed seems convincing. It has a natural-like coverage that I really like, so I might try it sometime :] I’m so scared of using Misha products x[ I tried their BB cream oil remover since at the time I was looking for a remover specific for BB cream, but it broke me out!! ;A; So to stay safe Misha is definitely a NO NO for me. (Now I only use Skin Food's Aloe Vera Cream Cleanser as a BB cream remover. It's much nicer on my skin x] )

  11. OMG its amazing thanks guys……………..

  12. do anyone of you know where we can find the ingredient of any BB cream?

    • biyongchy

      You can go here: http://cosdna.com/ You search for the brand name or name of a specific product you’re looking for :] It gives you things like ingredient names, function, safety level, and if the ingredient is comedogenic (causing acne/breakouts) or not. It doesn’t have every product out there, but it’s a good source to start with :]

      This is another good one to use if the first one doesn’t help: http://www.cosmetic-ingredients.net/ It has many brands from all around the world. Just click the name of the brand you’re looking for and it gives you the list of products they have information on and are categorized (such as cleanser, toner, makeup). Again, it may not have all the products out there, but it’s a good list so you may find some common products listed on there. On this site, the ingredients that are in red are skin irritants or may cause skin irritation. It lets you click on the ingredient names to find out more about them.

      Hope these help! :D

  13. 7inspirits
    7inspirits

    I have used the Skin79 one and it just makes my skin mroe oily. I have oily skin so I don’t like using it, but my sister loves using it. Its the only brand she buys. I never thought it had a scent though…

    I prefer using Nature Republic by Flower. It was the first that I bought and still use today. I like it because it has really good coverage and doesnt leave my skin oily. I love using bb cream because it looks natural if you dont pack a lot on LOL and when I do my make-up I like doing things that look natural.

  14. Hana92

    I’ve heard real good things about Holika holika BB cream~ But I guess I’m a etude house girl too haha!

  15. I use Etude House’s Bright Fit and Cotton Fit.
    The Bright Fit has great coverage but I’ve noticed it makes me break out the following day, but if I use a primer that fixes the problem. I only use it now when I want great coverage for like parties and stuff.
    I use the Cotton fit for everyday use – it doesn’t break me out and the coverage is good (medium) and it’s easy to put on.

    I have the Banila.co cc and bb cream on my list :) I have high expectations for them ^^

  16. pausiu

    I used to love using Etude House and Missha BB Creams because they have good coverage but I noticed that they appear incredibly white when I use flash photography. I’m a Filipino, but I’m on the fair side, so I don’t think it’s a mismatch on skin tone. I just think they like to reflect the flash, so it appears whiter on photos. :( Should I give up on BB Creams? Or maybe I should give up on using the flash? HAHA :)

  17. sone cockroach

    Simon should do one too!
    Anyways..
    I previously use The Face Shop Aqua Tinted BB Cream as my go-to bb cream. It has a light coverage and it easily spreads on my skin.
    I also use Tony Moly G9 Moisture CC Cream. Though it is a CC cream, it as more coverage than the Aqua Tinted one. This is one of the two that I am using rn. It also spreads easily.
    Last on the list is The Face Shop Be A Better Man CC Cream. This one is the most different of the three.
    It has little beads which is for the ‘color correction’. As you apply it on your face, the beads adjusts the color to match your skin tone. But this one is very hard to spread. It kinda hurts my face afterwards. Maybe it is because of the beads. This also has a light coverage but adjusts your skin tone. I also observed that the more you blend this, it becomes darker.

    ps. I’m a guy with a very oily face. I also has blemishes on my face. I’m currently planning to buy the Lab Series BB Tinted Moisturizer. It has good reviews!

  18. sillyniecy

    I have used mostly Skin79 and Dr Jart BB creams. My go to right now is Skin79 Oriental Gold Plus BB Cream. It does have a perfume’d scent, but it is very light, and goes away. It has extremely full and even coverage, and goes on smoothly. I love this cream, it gives me a perfectly evened out skin tone. I use MAC powder over the top to dull that ‘dewey’ skin look. A tip for thicker bb creams like this one and Dr Jart- you can mix a bit of moisturizer with it and it will be a little less heavy.

    Another BB cream I have experience with is the Diamond Prestige by Skin79- it is a lighter coverage, but still has really excellent coverage, and evens out skin tone. It’s good if you want something lighter. I definitely prefer the Oriental Gold + and that full coverage.

  19. I didn’t care for Skin79 either – it left my skin looking dull. I bought a bunch of samples of different BB creams on eBay before settling on Missha Perfect Cover #13. Coverage is pretty good and it doesn’t break me out, wheee. I’ve never had that issue with the pump though. Sadface.

  20. faeriedoust
    faeriedoust

    See I’m indian so even though I reallllly want to buy bb cream I don’t think I can find any for my skin tone :/

    • hima nambiar

      Hey! I’m Indian too.. And I’ve tried the ponds one that’s out.. So far I like it.. A lot of my friends bought the same product after they saw me use it. I recommend it. Try the small 9 gm tube at first if you’re unsure though.

  21. I have tried that same Skin79 BB cream (my very first.. coz.. suckers for the pink packaging, right) and it just didn’t do it for me. The colour post-application just seems so unnatural.. kinda pasty.. maybe I didn’t apply it correctly.

    I am now using Skin Food red bean BB cream #1 for the past 2 years or so and have been really happy with it (it’s scented though.. but it smells good!) They don’t carry the red bean line in their stores in Singapore/Indonesia/my local Asian cosmetic shops in Sydney.. so I have to get them from eBay on average USD10-11 per tube. Decent coverage and feels light on your skin.. I have oily skin and it doesn’t cause my skin to break out as far as I can tell.. Great brand for BB cream beginners!

  22. Bethany

    I’ve never tried BB cream from Korea, but I’ve tried many of the ones available in America and there are actually a couple I absolutely love. I have very sensitive skin that usually means a change in makeup or face wash will lead to awful all day redness. And to improve my skin, I decided to completely drop heavy foundations. So far, the best BB cream for me is Covergirl’s Cgsmoothers which is very light and airy, and it doesn’t leave my face feeling dewy all day. I use it more as a sunscreen though. The one I use when I go out is Maybelline’s Dream Fresh which is a little heavier and spreads really nicely.

  23. Bethany

    I’ve never tried BB cream from Korea, but I’ve tried many of the ones available in America and there are actually a couple I absolutely love. I have very sensitive skin that usually means a change in makeup or face wash will lead to awful all day redness. And to improve my skin, I decided to completely drop heavy foundations. So far, the best BB cream for me is Covergirl’s Cgsmoothers which is very light and airy, and it doesn’t leave my face feeling dewy all day. I use it more as a sunscreen though. The one I use when I go out is Maybelline’s Dream Fresh which is a little heavier and has toner in it.

  24. I like to use ElishaCoy’s ‘Always Nuddy’ CC and BB creams(I think they mean Nudey…). My skin seems to be normal? or mixed? I’m not sure about all the face skin terminology, but these creams are great for fair skin! The BB cream has a sorta light grey tone and it’s a bit thick, but has really nice coverage. A lot of non-Asian skin products have this horribly orange colour which looks terrible on me, so I’m grateful that Asian products mainly tend towards lightening/brightening pale tones.

    For days when I don’t feel like the BB cream is necessary I use CC cream! It’s suuuper thin and light and it does that cool colour transform where it goes on white, but then oxidises to match your skin tone. It can be a bit on the glossy Kdrama side, so I just use a light-weight finishing powder over the top.

    On the website it actually shows that you can use the BB and CC creams together to make a super COMBO BREAKER! They have some really nice charts and explanatory images that really helped when I was deciding what to buy. I order them from here —> http://www.wishtrend.com/make-up/545–elishacoy-always-nuddy-cc-cream.html

  25. I’m a étude house girl too..but nowadays I’m using CC cream from Hera..very good!!

  26. floxyfoxfixes

    My friend works at Olive Young and as a birthday present she bought me a BB cream she said was a really good brand. Its called 예가 BB Cream and it works really well I think. Kinda thin coverage but thats alright since I have a lot of freckles I look weird with heavy makeup. I usually dont use BB creams because back in America theyre all 35$ and up if theyre actually Korean brand, so I stick to thin foundation and concealer, but I really like this BB cream (I’m afraid to know the price though.. don’t want to get attached to something expensive!)

  27. Martina

    I use Garnier BB cream for oily skin. I think it’s quite good comparing it to other cheap non-Korean BB creams. I would be thrilled if I ever got my hand on Etude House Precious mineral BB cream Cotton fit but I can’t buy it online, shipping is too expensive for my student’s budget.

  28. Also, has anyone ever bought BB cream from twofacemall.com before? I went on their site and they have a lot of korean beauty products at a really cheap price and im not sure whether to buy from them or not? like, i’ve bought nail polish from them but idk how to tell if they’re counterfeit or not. help?

  29. I use Skin79 BB cream VIP gold collection with wrinkle treatment and even thought i don’t use it for wrinkle treatment (bc im only 19 lol), it gives pretty good coverage. The only thing is that you can sometimes feel it if you don’t blend it well enough. The other one is BabyFace BB stick which is easy to apply and gives a light coverage. The bottle is super cute too

  30. Dracerlen

    Is this a coincidence? These are the same products.
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  31. moonphase101

    I use Mabelline Dream Fresh BB Cream. It has light coverage and it is pretty cheap.

  32. linglinglynn

    I love my Missha BB cream but I use the super aqua cell renew snail bb cream. I sometimes get the ewwwww reaction when people ask what I use because of the snail mucus in it but for me it works really well. Good coverage not a heavy scent and stays on all day.

  33. I’ve only had skin79 cause everyone on youtube seemed to love it, but not Martina, hehe. It’s pretty good for me but I think I’m going to try the Etude House bb cream because I love all of their other products I’ve bought. :)

  34. I am still testing korean bb creams, i had misha signature, bio-essence platinum and brtc jasmine water. But still i don’t know, i want to find the one! I need very plate one and with medium coverage with light weight on face. Is Etude House house BBs are dark?

  35. I use Maybelline’s BB Cream. I think it is light on my skin and both shades, Fresh and Natural, blends well with my skin. I am in-loved with BB Cream ever since I used it, though I haven’t really tried other other brands, except Avon’s BB and CC cream that I do not like. I wanted to try Korean brands but there aren’t much to choose from here in the Philippines. We only have, I think, TonyMoly, Etude House and The Face Shop and their products are insanely expensive. Also, they don’t offer them in small packages, about 20 ml or so.

  36. yehetmyohorat
    yehetmyohorat

    i can only find like one brand of bb cream here (in India) and its so annoying cause it doesnt suit me T^T cant blame anyone cause none of my friends use BB cream :(

  37. VelvetGeisha
    VelvetGeisha

    oh and you can also buy sample sizes from ebay…

  38. VelvetGeisha
    VelvetGeisha

    i highly recommend using http://www.myrinishop.com/shop/ or http://www.yesstyle.com/en/women.html for korean cosmetics…also you can buy samples from yesstyle so you don’t have to buy the large version before you try it.

  39. kawaii_candie
    kawaii_candie

    oh yay! this was a very interesting post for me!! i actually already use that Etude House one you showed on the test! XP i thought that was the one you were using! haha… i’d be really interested in you doing a similar test for concealers! i have terrible undereye circles so i’m always on the lookout for a good concealer… but i’m really liking this kind of post cuz i think korean cosmetics are really amazing!! recently, i’ve been using some Skinfood products and I really love them a lot! though i notice that it wasn’t on the list of shops on G-Market… I thought it was a popular brand in korea??

  40. dbsksarangx3

    My mom uses Skin79’s and yeah, the ahjumma perfume-y scent doesn’t work for me. I haven’t tried any other brand so I thought all BB creams were like that, good to know that’s false! I’ve been meaning to buy my own, I’m a complete makeup noob but BB cream sounds safe and easy enough =] This was a great review!

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