product spotlight {garnier BB cream}

I love the concept of a BB cream, but as much as I try to convince myself that their moisturizing formulas will look good on my skin, I know they aren't right for my combination skin type.  That is, until I discovered the oil free version of Garnier's Miracle Skin Perfector.  It has surprisingly good coverage for a BB cream and keeps my oily skin semi-matte throughout the day.  It actually holds up better on my skin than my mattifying foundations and looks way more natural.  Not to mention, it's about $12.  Worth every penny and more!

*this is not a sponsored post*


  1. I use maybelinne's and like it but it does make my skin look shiny since I have combination skin - I'll have to try this one!


  2. This stuff is my absolute favorite! I don't have to use moisturizer, primer, or concealer with this product. It keeps my super oily skin matte almost all day! I do have to touch up in the afternoon but that is okay. For $11.99 I can deal with it! I use mine with Rimmel Stay Matte and it is a great combination.


  3. Oh my goodness, I love that you posted this today :)

    If you have some extra time, check out the youtube videos of a super cute makeup artist in the DC area. Her name is Claire Ashley. She has some really great beauty tips, and I promise - you'll be obsessed once you start watching. She's rants and raves about Garnier's BB cream!

  4. I Love Neutrogena's but I am so fickle when it comes to cosmetics, I'll give yours a try.

  5. I have heard nothing but great things about this stuff. I must check it out!

  6. I am obsessed with the Garnier skin renew dark spot corrector! It makes my skin look so bright and luminous. I would definitely be open to trying their BB cream. Thanks!


  7. I don't know but I don't really use any skin care products on my face, somehow I have allergy to any cosmetic products. I do some old time tricks my grandma shared to me :). I have seen some good review about this product though. maybe I will give it a try someday..


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