Rachel K CC Cream & Todays Eye Make-Up
Happy Monday everyone!! So today I thought I would try out my Rachel K CC cream in neutral. I have been giving this a go on weekends.
This is a Mineral Color Control Blemish Balm 10 in 1 CC Cream.
EGF-Epidermal Growth Factor
SPF 35 PA++
Moisturizing / Whitening
Nourishing / Anti-Wrinkle
Collagen-Enriched / Non-Comedogenic
Smudge-Proof / Water-Proof
CC Cream is a much more refined version of the BB Cream combining many more benefits all in one. It enhances your complexion by improving the texture and balancing skin tone.
I find this has alot more coverage and lasting power than a BB Cream.
whilst applying, it magically transforms into a velvety soft finish. Leaving skin matte but fresh at the same time. Mineral make-up is amazing over this!
There are three shades, Fair, Neutral and Sunkissed.
This was inspired by Rachel Kum, who is an aspiring entrepreneur and a beauty pageant titleholder who won the Miss Singapore Universe 2009 title. Now every single brand is coming out with a CC Cream! Amazing how thing catch on, or become popular.
So far I have been enjoying it, I went for a pub lunch yesterday and basked in the lovely sunshine, not an ounce of oil came through! Very impressive as I’m an oily beast.
See how I apply it in my FOTD video below
Rachel K CC Cream- Neutral
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Have you tried any CC Creams yet? What do you think about them?
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