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I love Maybelline's BB Cream. But it seems incompatible with my skin in summer so when I tried now I was amazed by how great it is!

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Has anyone tried Vichy Idealia BB cream?

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I tried that yesterday and it felt quite good and suited to my skin.
I buy that product as soon as I get money.

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What are people's thoughts on the Maybelline BB cream? Does it have a thicker consistency? I'm a little skeptical to purchase it since I have a more yellow tone to my skin and it makes it hard to find a perfect match.

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I tried that yesterday and it felt quite good and suited to my skin.
I buy that product as soon as I get money.
I wasn't too thrilled with Missha BB cream, but Vichy got me at 'anti-grey'.
I love my mineral foundation, but sometimes I don't feel like wearing a full face of make-up or I just don't want to spend too much time in front of a mirror but still look decent. It looks quite promising, but I'll try to get a sample first.

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I have thought about that vichy cream. is there good colors for very pale skin?
maybeline bb cream is very light textured and i think it suits well with different skin types and colours..
i have super white skin but found a suitable colour.

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I have thought about that vichy cream. is there good colors for very pale skin?
I'm afraid not, there are only two shades available. I really hope the light one would be okay for me in the summer. Here's the review (I don't understand a word though ) and some pictures of the light shade:
http://www.misslipgloss.nl/vichy-idealia-bb-cream/

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Do e have a topic for cc creams?

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Oily-skinned gals: I strongly recommend the new Flower (by Drew Barrymore) BB cream that's now sold at Walmart. Lasts incredibly well on me even in hot, heavy, humid weather. I doubt it's a traditional BB cream rather than just a slapped-on marketing ploy, but regardless, it offers medium/ full coverage base with a truly matte, long lasting finish that smooths over pores. Plus the shade selections are yellow/ olive in tone, which is perfect for canceling out redness. I'm MAC NC15 and I use the lightest shade BB1. It's my new love and summer go-to.

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Which BB cream would tFSers recommend for very pale skin? I've tried Garnier's and Maybelline's from the chemist's, but both are too dark for me.

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We have this Finnish brand Lumene which has BB cream for very fair skin. I am as traditionally pale and blond Finn as you can find, so all the other creams were way too dark, even for summer, such as Garnier, Maybelline. As UK is EU country I am sure you can order it on the web and Lumene has gone international so maybe they sell it somewhere in Britain. That BB cream even won some international review as the best of its kind. Lumene also has a new CC-cream which is said to be even better, and there is more tone variations.


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^^Sounds super promising!

Vichy Idealia was waaay too dark and too orange for me.

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We have this Finnish brand Lumene which has BB cream for very fair skin. I am as traditionally pale and blond Finn as you can find, so all the other creams were way too dark, even for summer, such as Garnier, Maybelline. As UK is EU country I am sure you can order it on the web and Lumene has gone international so maybe they sell it somewhere in Britain. That BB cream even won some international review as the best of its kind. Lumene also has a new CC-cream which is said to be even better, and there is more tone variations.
Thank you very much! I'll look for an online retailer. You're brilliant.

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Dont get lumene!. Iam pale and bought lumene bb cream in lightest color which the sales woman said is the best for pale skin but it made my skin orange and blotchy and horrible. I wouldnt recommend it to anyone who has light skin!

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^Well I guess it is not for every tone of skin then, but for me it works perfectly.

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