Today I have another mini review! This time it's of a CC cream from Tony Moly!
This is the first time I'm trying out a CC cream, really excited to see if it lives up to its hype. ^o^
Maybe it's time for me to jump on the CC cream bandwagon too. ;D
Read on to see my first impression~
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I like how simple and shiny the packaging design is. :3
It contains SPF30 PA++ and CC=Colour Change! I'm really intrigued by colour changing products, but at the same time I find it a bit gimmicky. xP
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Full product is 50ml.
Price is around $14-18 CAD.
Partially blended out on my arm. There is a colour change to a very light beige colour. I waited with it partially blended for 10 minutes to see if it's going to change to a darker colour to match my arm, but it pretty much just stayed like this the whole time. :P
Bare face and after CC cream applied.
When I first squeezed it out it feels very creamy, and thicker than I imagined it to be. Blending it out, it quickly turned in to a very light beige colour, I don't think it got any darker though. As you can see from the pictures above, the coverage is light, but it reduced some redness, appearance of freckles, and pores. It doesn't feel heavy and the texture is light, but not as much as I thought it would be. And it left just a hint of stickiness. I also noticed it accentuated into my dry spots a bit. There was also an artificial scent at first, but that diffused to a lighter floral (?) scent. It's still a bit too strong for me but it doesn't smell bad. :P
Will I Purchase the Full Product?
Probably not, I want to try other CC creams too! This one in particular didn't feel as light as I wanted it to be . But the coverage is alright, it's light, but still does its job. I still prefer my Holika Holika Aqua Petit Jelly BB for the summer though! >.<
I really do wonder about its colour changing capabilities, does it actually change colour according to skin tone using some refraction technology? Or some kind of pH related science-y stuff.? lol xP Or maybe it's just some pigments in a capsule. o.o
Have you tried this CC cream or any other type of CC creams? Any recommendations? ^.^
Thanks for reading! I hope this was enjoyable~
I'll another post soon~
So see you then! :D