Body Shop All-in-One BB Cream Review | Today, we’re focusing on a light coverage foundation that aims to give a natural dewy finish to the skin.
Body Shop All-in-One BB Cream Body Shop All-in-One BB Cream Review
The shades look alarmingly similar upon coming out of the tube. I mean, they just come out totally white.
This is a bit concerning at first. Once you rub in the liquids a bit more you find that the white consistency turns into the proper colour and that the two shades are fairly different.
I had read that the 00 was quite pinkish in tone but I actually didn’t find that. Both colours had a slightly more bronze look to it but once blended out they both looked quite natural on my skin.
Out of the two, I am currently the 00 but I am so glad I also have the 01 as when I have a bit more colour this summer it will suit my skin then very well as well.
I actually liked how lightweight and comfortable this felt on my skin. It was easy to wear it all day and forget it was there.
The Body Shop All-in-One BB Cream coverage is quite light, which I prefer.
Since I am quite freckly I find heavy coverage to look very unnatural on my skin and I like when my freckles “shine through”.
This foundation originally is quite thin but not liquid-y. It blends in easily and smooth’s out very naturally.
Upon application the All in One BB Cream looks slightly oily and leaves a bit of a shine; quickly though that shine dissipates.
I actually quite like the packaging, though I found it pretty tough to photograph since it’s so shiny!
It’s very clean, simple & the plastic casing’s metallic finish has a very sleek look to it. I also like how the shades colour is clearly displayed on the front as it gave me a much clearer idea of which would likely suit my skin.
I wore this BB Cream to the office quite a few times & felt it had faded over the 7 hours at work.