It seems like I’ve been reviewing a lot of Innisfree products these days but I really don’t have that many of them. I probably have more products from Etude House than Innisfree. I just happen to be testing them out all at once. I’m also using the Green Tea Pure Deep Cream & Eco Science Eye Cream which I hope to review soon. Anyway, let’s talk BB cream!
Description: This airy, light BB cream gently adheres to your skin, revealing a clear finish as if it were your natural healthy looking complexion.
A little of this BB cream goes a long way for me. I squeezed a pretty generous amount the first time I used this and ended up looking ridiculous. Since the tube does not come with a pump, you’ll have a little less control over the amount you dispense, but I’m sure most of you have already mastered the art of dispensing your BB cream. If I happen to squeeze out too much product, I usually apply it to my neck area or on my lips (for the gradient lips look).
True to it’s name, the Air Skin Fit BB Cream is pretty lightweight and provides pretty sheer and natural looking coverage. It’s good for those days when you want to wear the more “natural” look. For those who are seeking a BB cream that provides more coverage, you might want to try their Long-Wear BB Cream, I read that it gives more coverage and conceal flaws better than the Air Skin Fit BB Cream. For oily skin there’s the No-Sebum BB cream which is said to help with oil control.
I’m torn between this one and Tony Moly Luminous Goddess Aura BB Cream. While I slightly prefer the Luminous Goddess BB Cream shade, the Air Skin Fit BB Cream lasts much longer on me. I’ve used this along with my other Innisfree products (No-Sebum Mineral Powder & No-Sebum Mineral Primer) and it’s been yielding quite nice results. I blot a lot less throughout the day and my makeup stays on longer. When I reviewed the other two Innisfree products and I spoke of my BB cream staying on me longer, I was referring to the Air Skin Fit BB Cream. This BB cream usually lasts me a good 6-8 hours depending on how punishing the weather is.
Here’s the good:
– long lasting
– contains Jeju natural mineral powder
– natural looking
– affordable at 18,000 won (around $18)
And the bad:
– only available in 3 shades
– may not conceal all scars and/or blemishes
I’m quite content with this BB cream and would rank it up there with the Tony Moly Luminous Goddess Aura BB Cream which I really love. I was actually a big fan of Innisfree until I started buying my toner and moisturizer from Isa Knox. Then for reasons I can’t really remember, I decided to try out the smaller brands again and then after starting this blog, I found myself back at Innisfree. I’m starting to fall in love with their products all over again. I really like the No-sebum Mineral Powder & Primer and this BB cream is also one of my favorites.
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