Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Lioele Water Drop BB Cream - Reviewed!

BB Creams seem to be everywhere at the moment and I have tried a good amount. I reviewed a few here if you're interested in the ones i've tried. Although a lot of Western brands are bringing out BB Creams i've been wanting to try the 'original' ones more. Whilst doing some research this one came up.
 The Lioele Water Drop BB Cream is a water based BB Cream and is oil free which appealed to me since I have oily skin. It also has an SPF 27 (random figure!) which will be great for the warmer months. 
It comes in a squeezy tube which is surprsingly easy to get the right amount of product you need.  I actually like the packaging, there is nothing amazing about it but it does the job. 

The actual product is a skin toned colour like a tinted moisturiser but when you apply it to the skin you will see white droplets appear, these disapear as you blend it into the skin. As much as I dislike the saying 'it adapts to your skintone' this really does seem to do that. 
Hopefully these pictures will show what I was trying to say!
 The thing I love about this BB Cream is how natural it looks. For someone who suffers from acne prone skin finding a product that evens out the redness, gives a medium coverage and looks so natural is amazing! I've found that I don't even need to use that much concealer when wearing this and it actual gives a better finish and coverage than some foundations i've tried. It also feels very moisturising on the skin.

The wear time is also really good with this, I do find that I still get a little oily on my chin and t-zone but to be honest no product seems to stop that from happening. It doesn't go patchy and looks really good throughout the day, I just love it! I actually wore this in London the other day when it was warm and it looked great throughout the whole day and thats with being on trains and the tube, pretty impressive! A problem is that it only comes in one shade, which is medium. I do think this could suit a range of people from the pale to tanned range but that's about it which is a shame since it's such a great product.

This is the best BB Cream I have personally tried so far. The only downside is that it isn't easy to get hold of in the UK. I got my off ebay which is probably the only place you will find it. 

I payed £12.58 and it took less than 2 weeks to arrive from Korea which is pretty good and the shipping was free! Here's the link.

Have you tried this BB Cream? What are your thoughts on BB Creams in general?

7 comments:

  1. I really want to try out some of the original BB creams too. & you can see by the pictures that it adapts to your skin tone! xx

    jensbrightandbeautiful.blogspot.com

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    1. Definitely try this one, they are so much better than the Western versions that are coming out at the moment! :)

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  2. I loved your review and just placed an order! Thank you so much! :)

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  3. hey, nice review!
    I have oily skin too D: order a sample (5ml tube) of this BB cream yesterday! hope that's work for me too..

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  4. hi :) I wanted to suggest sasa.com and yesstyle.com to get bb creams from the source. one thing is that it is SUPER expensive - probably tons cheaper in the original country haha. amazon.com has a lot too, but I've heard things about knockoffs and I didn't want to risk it really! thanks a bunch for the review!!

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  5. This sounds amazing!! And that's such a great price!

    M

    xx

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