Jul 30, 2012
Well, most Asian/Authentic BB creams don't cater to women with darker skin tones. Well, this Missha one has Honey Beige, which is the darkest. http://www.misshaus.com/ctrl.php?pa...
Jul 31, 2012
I kinda just wanted to know which ones were authentic the shade was something I could have trial and error myself. To assume I would need the darkest considering I am asian and west indian it would have been just fun to experiment ! Thank you Rikki
Aug 05, 2012
BB creams is another word for foundaions. If you want something lighter just use a tinted moisturizer.
they also are coming out with drugstore versions of BB cream with all types of shades..you should check them out!!
Garnier Fructis. Gives good coverage and affordable.
Bobbi Brown has recently developed a BB Cream, and the shades will have a great range. the darkest shades are not currently available, but keep your eye out!
Aug 06, 2012
Missha Honey Beige lacks yellow undertones and on my skin I looked an ashy mess.lol. I recently picked up Bobbi Brown medium to dark bb cream and after it oxidizes on my skin (takes about 5-10) I don't look ashy and it gives a nice matte look. I don't even need to set it with powder.
Aug 07, 2012
Boscia makes a self adjusting BB cream. It looks really good! Got a sample in my birchbox.
Aug 11, 2012
Missha also makes the other side of the coin too. Their #13 matches my NC15 skin!!! Woot!
I love the maybelline one and it has a dark shade: http://www.maybelline.com/Products/...
Aug 20, 2012
I love the maybelline one!! Granted, it's the only one I have used. I just think it makes your skin look flawless and feel amazing <3
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