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    Default Who uses BB cream?

    Is it as great as the ads say? Thinking of giving it a go

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    It's never as great as the ad says

    It depends on the brand, on your skin and on what you are trying to achieve?

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    I use the Garnier BB cream - really happy with it and it's so inexpensive

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    I use the garnier one to.

    I don't know if it's as good as the ads but I tend to use it as a tinted moisturiser for everyday use and cover with a pressed matte powder just because I don't like to feel oily.

    I like it doesn't make me break out and I get a light everyday cover

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    I use the garnier one as well! Very happy with it! I was kinda shocked with how well it evened my skin out

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    Another garnier user and love it. It's great for light coverage and seems to really cover imperfections as well as moisturising. Also great as a primer.

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    I've tried a few of them and like the L'Oreal one the best. I find Garnier one a bit oily in the humidity season but fine in the dry season. I think the B&B creme is a brilliant product!
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    I use the garnier and model co ones, the Garnier is better, more subtle but still has a good coverage.
    There are CC creams too which target redness and cover beautifully!

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    I like it too 😀

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    Use rimmel BB. One light coat is all I need. Love it.


 

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