Got my free tube of Garnier Miracle Skin Perfector Oil-Free B.B. Cream from BzzAgent to try out. (You guys really need to get on that site and check them out.)
The Garnier cream is pretty much a winner. The only Con I have for it is big one: I can't use it for all-over coverage. The "Deep" is the darkest shade available as far as I know. I need a shade a couple pinches darker.
|Just lipstick, so stop looking at my pores, please!|
- Control oil & shine
- Minimize pores (hallelujah!)
- Cover imperfections
- Provide "oil-free hydration."
Well, ain't that just the ticket every woman looks for? And it is also, get this, BROAD SPECTRUM SPF 20. Until recently, I just slathered on sunscreen without thinking of broad or narrow. I just know that in the summer, we get dang near round the clock sun here, so... By the way, a teensy bit goes a looo-ong way. The 2 ounce tube I got would last a regular user forever.
|The shade shown on "Deep" pretty much matches the product inside.|
I told my niece and some friends about it because they have the best skin tones for this. One is Hispanic with a darker olive-tone. Two are bi-racial (black & Caucasian) and I think the "Deep" shade I received is going to work for them. We are going to play with makeup this weekend and see.
Like I said, I love this stuff so much that I am going to make it work for me in some way.
Every single claim was true. The problem for me was, I repeat, shading
|It has a chalkier look than the camera is showing. It looks like I am wearing makeup. That's a no-no!|
|I have decided to use it as under-eye brightener when I am tired - or as a lipstick base. ~shrug~|
|Damnit if it doesn't look better in the picture! I swear it looked as if I had paint on!|
Anyway, I can truly recommend this - as long as you can match a shade to your skin!
**DISCLOSURE: I received a free sample to try out as part of my Bzz Agent membership**