Bambi De La Cruz Makeup Artistry Blog

Shiso White BB Serum: AN INSTANT Flawless Fix for Summer. During summer, the sunlight really is shining and, spending 2 hours cooped up at home doing makeup when it’s just so very outside isn’t in anyone’s plan. Besides, all that layers of makeup, moisturizer, primer, and foundation is bound to melt a proven way or the other. It’s during the summer when I make an effort to simplify most of my routines, making me subsist on eyebrow pencils, lipstick, bronze, and mascara (sometimes, there’s eyeliner too).

For those blessed with amazing epidermis and features, congratulations then you do not need makeup during these 8 weeks of hotness. There are times when a little is needed by us of help, so when too much layering isn’t inside our agenda, all hail must be said by us to multipurpose marvelous things. BB creams are loved by many, as they give flawless results while looking after the skin with its moisturizing properties with built-in sunblock on top of that.

If you’re fair-skinned with a beige-y undertone you might find that BB creams work very well for you, as most BB lotions are this tone. Some who think it is too white with them may tame things down by correcting with a darker powder or bronzer. Personally, I’ve got that same problem with BB creams though, but in the span of time, I’ve learned to regulate.

The Body Shop’s newest Moisture White Shiso BB Serum meets me halfway in addressing those needs. I love the huge benefits BB lotions and serums have but I’m kinda off with the grayish whitish case it has, as the majority of them seem a dark for me bit. This latest product adjusts to my tone only a tad (nearly a complete match but it will do) therefore I still get the huge benefits I need without looking like my face is whiter than the others of me. Natural ingredients like Vitamin C, Licorice, this (a plant in the mint/basil family believed to reduce early melanin-making signals) help brighten epidermis.

I prefer using the word “brightening” this means it just evens out skin tone and helps it be less dull. Addititionally there is community trade aloe vera to help soothe and cool pores and skin during hot summer times. The bottle though, when you can see is quite tiny, only 30 mL, but really, this is the amount you need. Otherwise, it might be too much. I think the amount here is practically significantly less than pea size and I really spread it on my face to balance out my pores and skin.

  1. Water based basis looks easiest in photos
  2. Medium – high coverage
  3. 2 WHAT’S YOUR HAIR’S NATURAL TEXTURE
  4. Choose the right soap
  5. Turn that frown ugly and smile
  6. Smoothing & Frizz-Control
  7. Ride the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
  8. 1 tsp apricot kernel powder (finely grated)

As you can view, there are a beige tint so it’s just like a tinted moisturizer with an increase of coverage. It can cover redness to a certain degree while looking natural. For early mornings to work when we don’t have much time, this can be our base. We don’t need much makeup on ordinary times. Just on special occasions. Hey, it’s summer. As our hemlines go higher, keep our makeup simpler.

It really doesn’t feel sticky though, even though it’s very powerful. I still have to set it with powder after applying my cheek tint just to make sure things don’t slide. I do a bit of contouring just to make sure that my face doesn’t look white flat and to add a little warmness, to balance the brightening impact, and to make the appearance more natural.

I may use this as an everyday base if I’m going out and want my skin to look a bit better. It’s quite hard to eliminate though. I tried getting rid of the swatch at the back of my hands with cleaning soap and water and there’s still residue still left. I guess this means I could take this with me on travels too, when I’ll be doing a great deal of walking.

Rejuva minerals. That one has been around a while and offers a full makeup line. It generally does not have a liquid foundation option, however they do have mascara, which not absolutely all makeup lines offer. Hynt beauty. This is a pricier series, however the lipstick colors are beautiful. They do offer sample units, which means you can definitely try the foundations before you splurge.

I attempted the duet concealer, which is a good product really. MG Naturals. I’ve not tried this series yet, but I am very impressed with their ingredients. They don’t use titanium dioxide, plus they have researched safe chemical preservatives definitely. They offer BB creams without titanium dioxide as well for a lighter option. It also matters how you apply makeup.