Good Evening! Tonight I have another beauty post, I hope you don't mind.
Thanks to BrandBacker I was able to try a CC Cream from Studio Gear. I have been searching for a new foundation so this opportunity was perfect for me. I recently went to Sephora to find one and the one that the girl used on me made me break out (and that never happens!). Then I got this one in the mail and it worked out perfectly for me.
The Hydrating CC cream is one of those adaptive products that is supposed to match the shade of your skin. It started out white and had beads of color that break once you start rubbing it in.
I was sent the shade linen. Which was the lightest of the three. The strangest thing happened to me when I put it on though. I dabbed it on my face as usual, and then I started rubbing it in. It started to get dark, and at first I thought it was going to be way too dark for me. But then all of a sudden it wasn't. I stood there staring at me face trying to see if it was too dark and I just couldn't tell!
Some other information provided from Studio Gear's website:
- Protects: SPF 20 protects the skin, while Hydra-Extend technology provides moisture for up to 72 hours.
- Perfects: Enjoy natural looking coverage while micro-encapsulated pigments perfects and fade dark spots and acne scarring.
- Corrects: Anti-aging and collagen building ingredients help minimize fine lines and wrinkles.
- Hydrates: Hydra-Extend technology provides up to 72 hours of continuous hydration.
- Conceals: Micro encapsulated pigments deliver a fresh dose of color that adapts to your own skin tone, creating the most natural looking coverage.
- Smoothes: Skin nourishing ingredients help to correct and maintain youthful complexion.
See how it looks white at first
This is what it looked like after I started rubbing it in
This is the color when it first started changing
It looked pretty natural but this is my one hand compared to the other
I thought this product felt fantastic on my face. I had the chance to wear it on multiple days and my face was good with it. I didn't feel dry and wear time was nice. Coverage was nice, it wasn't full coverage but it wasn't completely sheer either.
This product retails for $34 and you can find it here Studio Gear
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****This post was sponsored by BrandBacker, all opinions are 100% my own****