Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Review: It's Skin Babyface BB Creams in Silky and Moisture

Hello Princesses!
Today I'm going to be talking about the It's Skin Babyface BB Creams in Silky and Moisture! I'm quite sad because I can't find that much information online about these two BB Creams and why they should be different in formula since the packaging doesn't actually say anything. But they definitely are different, so let's have a look!


[Description]
Absorbs oil and sweat for silky soft skin for long hours.
Fine Powder covers pores for silkier looking skin.
Light coverage and controls sebum.

[How to use]
Pull amount of it into puff and extend it on face.

- Options : No. Moisture
No. Silky

- Contents : 35g"(1)
The packaging of these BB Creams is super cute, they come in this adorable little plastic cover with wings and the squeezy tube has a cute little angel face! The Babyface collection of makeup all has the same packaging and I reviewed one of the Finish Beams previously.


Silky BB Cream
The Silky BB Cream formula is quite yellow in tone and slightly too dark for my skintone. It's actually a pretty good fit for my skintone during summer which is really nice, but it's too dark for winter. It has a medium thin texture, it's not runny but it's also not thick, and is easy to spread across my skin. 
I don't like applying this BB Cream with brushes since it just tends to get pushed around a lot which is annoying, but it has a lovely finish when applied with fingers or a sponge! It has a nice soft finish and medium coverage. 
I don't like building this BB Cream up for more coverage because it does tend to get quite cakey. This BB Cream has average oil controlling properties, it's not super matte the whole day, but I'm also not drowning in oil by the end of the day which I like!


Moisture BB Cream
The Moisture BB Cream is very similar to the Silky BB Cream. This shade is definitely pinker/cooler in tone than the Silky BB Cream, and does look a little odd on my skin. It is quite pale, and since it's the opposite tone to my normal skintone it looks paler in comparison to my neck which isn't a good look!
It has a medium thin texture, it's not runny but it's also not thick, and is easy to spread across my skin. I don't like applying this BB Cream with brushes since it just tends to get pushed around a lot which is annoying, but it has a lovely finish when applied with fingers or a sponge! 
This BB Cream has a dewier finish than the Silky BB Cream since it is a moisturising formula, and has the same medium coverage. This formula has less oil control since it is an already moisturising formula, though it's not awful, my T-Zone does need a wee blot at around 6 hours of wear.
Silky and Moisture Comparison

Both of these BB Creams have a similiar texture, though the colours are quite different. They're both quite pale, but the Silky formula is very warm toned while the Moisture formula is cool toned. I think the colour difference is the biggest difference for these BB Creams, though the Moisture formula is slightly dewier than the Silky and has a little less oil control.

What I Love
- Easy to apply with fingers or sponges
- Inexpensive at about $8-10USD
- Silky BB Cream is a lovely summer shade
- Nice and smooth on the skin, doesn't emphasise pores
- Medium coverage
- Super cute packaging  


What I Don't Love
- Moisture BB Cream is too pink
- Not great at building coverage


Final Thoughts
I think these wee BB Creams are great value for money! The biggest difference between the two is definitely the colours and tones, the Moisture BB Cream is deinitely a good choice for fair, cool toned Princesses, while the Silky is a good choice for fair, warm toned Princesses, though it's not fair enough for my winter skin, think more along the tones of NC13 rather than my normal NC10. They have really lovely formulas and fair oil control, though they only have medium coverage that isn't really buildable. 

They're pretty inexpensive, so I would recommend these BB Creams to any Princesses that are looking for fair toned BB Creams in either very warm tones or very cool tones!

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3 comments:

  1. Adorable packaging! I'm intrigued by the Moisture one because I'm quite dry and pink-toned.

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    1. Ooh girl go for it! It's a beautiful BB ^ ^

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  2. I have this same skintne like you I think.. I wanted to buy this cream but I think it's too dark and organge form me.. I has blue Holika Holika Pettit but this product is too really dark. I thinking about Missha, I guess. :)

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