Okay, so I have finally had a chance to test and swatch the MUA BBs. My skin tone is slightly olive, and I thought that Medium would be my shade, but I’m finding they come up quite light and I turned out to be Dark. Light is really pale and is for the fairest of complexions.
|Dark on skin|
The texture feels quite thick at first on the skin but does give a good luminosity and did well evening out my skin tone. MUA say it’s a primer, concealer and flawless foundation all rolled into one and for £4 a tube, it is exceptional value for money. Nobody is pretending this is Armani and it doesn’t have the sheerness or lightweight texture that more expensive bases have but as a totally decent functioning base, it’s really not bad at all.
|From bottom to top, Light, Medium and Dark|
As far as I’m aware though there is no SPF included and I thought that element was crucial in composition of a BB. However, at £4 I can’t really quibble; it’s a great base for the money. It launches into Superdrug later this month and on www.musastore.co.uk.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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