Quick post today, ( I think we all enjoy a quickie) ?! I just wanted to share my experience of the itCosmetics CC Cream.
So firstly why I bought it? Well I was attracted to the fact that it was a CC cream (Colour Corrector Cream) that can replace your medium/ full coverage foundation.
Not only does it contain hyaluronic acid, vitamins and antioxidants but it has a SPF of 50! Which is amazing!!! Did you know that the #1 thing that ages our skin is the UVA / UVB rays so you know – protect yo self!
So what’s it like on? As you can see by the pictures it has a beautiful luminous finish. However first time I used it I applied far too much! Honestly a little goes along way. The coverage is medium to full so it really does stretch. I’ve found if I use too much it get’s quite “shiny” and also it can transfer (rub off against clothing etc ).
Who would I recommend this for? Someone who is concerned about their skin health, and wants to cover redness or dark spots, again the coverage is great! This is a beautiful product, however if your looking for a product that won’t move all day and requires no “touch ups “ than this my friends is not it.
I would recommend this product for someone who has quite normal/ balanced skin. If your very oily or very dry than I don’t think this would work for you? But this is just me making an educated guess so like everything “take it with a pinch of salt”.
Lastly I like to apply this over skin that has been cleansed and hydrated, I recommend using a moisturiser that is high in water and has no oil otherwise it’s going to be a greasy mess. Also make sure you let your moisturiser soak in a few minutes beforehand!
I like to apply it with my hands on day’s where I want less coverage and on day’s when I want full coverage like above I use a beauty blender. I think too for you combination skin girl’s your going to want to powder your problem otherwise it will breakdown faster.
I think I covered most things, any questions or better still have you any advise on this product? I’d love to hear!
Until next time,