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MISSHA M Perfect Cover BB Cream No.23 Natural Beige 20ml
Color Name: #23-20mlChange
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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful
on March 20, 2011
Color Name: #21Verified Purchase
I wear this every day, because it covers better than my full coverage heavy liquid foundation. I don't even need concealer with this, just one full pump and some powder to set it and I'm ready to go out, it looks like me but no redness and significantly less darkness under my eyes. I really cannot say enough about this. The only thing that can be improved on is the amount of time it lasts, it disappears slightly throughout the day, but I have combo-oily skin (in summer, dry in winter) so I'm pretty used to foundation never lasting, however this lasts much longer than anything else I've ever used.

Update 1/22/12: I wear this every single day. I started wearing this about 3 years ago and it still is my #1 most reached for product ever. I started pairing this with a primer and it stays all day! I am on a hunt for a full coverage foundation to wear for special occasions but every time I go to Sephora or Ulta and try out a 'full coverage' foundation it never covers my blemishes as well as this does. I have noticed an improvement in my skin as well, I used to break out about once or twice a month with a few pimples, but since using this I have only had maybe two breakouts total in all the three years of using it, and the few breakouts I had were tiny and disappeared quickly. I don't know what kind of acne medicine is in this product, but it works miracles on my skin.

Every time I purchase this I always go back to seoulglamour seller, I receive the item quickly and it is always packaged really well and is not a fake product.
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71 of 77 people found the following review helpful
Color Name: #21Verified Purchase
This is actually the first BB cream I've tried and I love it. Let me give a little background on me, I am a caucasian girl with olive undertones, I tan easily, my skin coloring is probably similar to Sarah Michelle Geller, Hayden Panettiere, if not slightly lighter. I have dry skin, so I use moisturizer every time I wash my face (Aveeno Positively Ageless Daily Moisturize, Olay, etc) which I apply before I use the BB cream. I also am prone to cystic acne on occasion, and have slight discoloration spots from acne. Now to the BB cream, the pump is very nice on it, you don't need very much to cover your face 1/2 a pump-full pump. Some people mentioned that they don't like the fragrance, and it is very light smelling and it only lasts for maybe 10 minutes...I personally like it. It is also creamy and nice to apply. It matches my skin tone pretty well actually, I was honestly scared to try the 21 since I thought it would be too light, like porcelain asian skin... but nope it blended really nice with my skin, the 23 probably would be too dark. My skin looks nice and dewy, youthful, and clear when I use it. It is also a good primer to apply make up over the top of, blush seems to stay on longer. But alone it looks good to. I'd say it lasts about 10 hours, but I have a bad tendency to rest my face on my hands when I am bored. I still need to spot conceal and even the concealer last longer. My acne seems to have gone down since using it and my skin feels so fresh and moisturized. As far a wrinkles go, I can't say, I am 22 and only have slight forehead 'marks' that I can only see in certain lighting or if I raise my eyebrows. I like that it is spf 42, I have become increasingly paranoid of getting wrinkles, sun spots, or cancer so everything I use has some sort of UVA/UVB protection in it. And Pa +++ if anyone doesn't know is like a rating system in Asia to show the degree of sun protection, the more plus's the better. It also supposedly whitens your skin, I am not all that interested in, I like to have a little color but I guess it can help lighten up some acne scars/discoloration so that's probably a good thing. I also don't think it has hydroquinone, which I guess is harmful. But ya I would recommend this to people with medium to light skin people. It does suck that the color variety is limited in BB creams. I think a few brands have a few more colors, but I wouldn't recommend this one or 23 for darker skin people, unfortunately, because BB cream is so nice. Well, enjoy.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful
on January 1, 2014
Color Name: #23Verified Purchase
I bought this product a couple of months ago, and finished the bottle. When I reordered, I went through Missha's official US site and noticed that the two containers are not exactly the same, leading me to believe that I purchased a fake product from this seller. The fake stuff from Honest Skin isn't the worst makeup I've ever used on my skin, but it isn't as nice as the real product. Already after 3 days of using the real Missha BB cream, my acne is less and my skin is overall clearer.

Some differences in the fake bottle verses the real bottle:

*Fake: The red part of the plastic bottle is more shiny or glossy
*Real: The red part of the plastic bottle has more of a matte finish.

*Fake: On the silver part of the pump, the injection molding seam can be seen.
*Real: Seam cannot be seen.

*There are also some differences in the words and format of the back of the bottle, which I will try to post a picture of.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
on September 23, 2012
Color Name: #13
Since BB creams started flooding the US/Canadian market, I've tried nearly all of them in hopes of finding my perfect match. I've tried Smashbox, Maybelline, Garnier, Stila, and Dior, and while the Smashbox came very close, ever since my Missha BB Cream arrived in the post I have to say there is absolutely no contest.

My skin is very sensitive and so fair that I struggle to find any kind of makeup that is light enough not to create a dramatic difference between the colour of my face and that of my neck, and happily the Missha Perfect Cover BB Cream in #13 PERFECTLY matches my skin tone without any weird yellow or orange tints. A few other reviews have complained about the product being strongly scented or too oily, but I haven't had an issue with either of these things. I actually find the light perfume quite lovely, as it's very subtle and smells almost luxurious as you're putting it on. The coverage is superb without feeling cakey, and after 7-8 hours of wear I didn't find that my skin was any more oily than usual after that length of time. If anything, I think this BB cream is more hydrating, since I usually notice the most amount of oil on my face after a few hours when I use products that are drying or not moisturizing enough. I didn't need to touch up with powder at all during the day like I normally do with traditional foundation.

I can't recommend this product enough if you are very fair-skinned and looking for an easy substitute for foundation in your makeup routine. I wear a good primer underneath (or at least I haven't yet tried the BB cream without it), and combined with a tiny bit of concealer for the occasional spot and finishing powder, it's all I need to last the day looking flawless.

Simply blown away! No wonder this product took off the way it did in Asia. If only the American companies could produce anything remotely this good...
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on October 5, 2012
Color Name: #21Verified Purchase
My first take on the product was that it was very light in color, but I expected that based on other reviews. It did oxidize quickly and blend into my skin tone very well. Being of mixed ethnicity, this is awesome because I can almost never find a product that suits my skin tone. Second, the coverage is incredible. I have a few blemishes here and there, and it covers them perfectly, which is surprising because I always have trouble finding decent concealers.
This is by far the best skin product I've ever owned. I have been using tinted moisturizers, concealers, and powders for a long time because I don't like foundations; they are usually too conspicuous and heavy on my face. The amazing thing about Missha is that its consistency falls somewhere between a tinted moisturizer and a foundation, and covers like heavy-duty concealer. It's also mattifying, so powder is unnecessary. So now, instead of using 3 products on my face (aside from lip and eye makeup), I only need one.
The overall effect is stunning, perfect, natural-looking skin. I look forward to seeing the promised long-term results of wearing this.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on February 1, 2013
Color Name: #23Verified Purchase
I have to say that I am not an everyday makeup wearer. For the past decade, I wore a mineral powder foundation when I "put my face on". However, this winter I noticed my skin was a bit flaky and dry looking after applying. I have combination skin so I do exfoliate regularly and moisturize after washing. Since I'm approaching middle age fairly quickly and lines are starting to show, I decided I might need to get something with a little more coverage and to help with the dryness. I did some research to see what would work best for me. I wanted good coverage without the heavy feel of a liquid foundation. When I came across an article about BB creams, I thought it was too good to be true. But after researching it more, I knew I had to try it. I wanted a brand that was good but not too expensive. The reviews (not just at Amazon) for Missha brands seemed to say they were the best around in their price range. I have fair to medium skin tone (Scottish and Slavic-German heritage) with dark reddish-blonde hair so I choose the #23 Natural Beige. The day it came in I tried it and did notice the grey tinge that others complained about but it went away after blending. It matched perfectly! The coverage is awesome and evens out the little bit of ruddiness in my complexion. My skin looks and feels great! I have used it about a dozen times over the past few weeks and I think my skin looks better even on days I don't wear any makeup. I am a believer!!
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful
on November 24, 2013
Color Name: #21Verified Purchase
I purchased this bb cream from World Buy 365... It's fake and barely squeezes out. I rarely write reviews but I am so upset with this one. Waste of money, crap fake item.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on January 26, 2011
Color Name: #23-20mlVerified Purchase
I ordered this product because I heard rave reviews on it from youtube and blogs. I wanted a buildable foundation that was easy to apply. I was wary of buying this bb cream because I heard it was of light color, while I have tan skin. For comparison, my skin tone is around W4 from loreal true match foundation. After using this product for about a week, I've found it is fantastic! So easy to apply, blends well, and is buildable. I use it with no problems to conceal my break outs. For undereyes, it's decent. Out of the tube it has a slight cast of grey, but it does blend very well. I use sephora's face primer under to control my oily skin, and I stay matte the whole day after I apply light powder. It's really perfect for someone who would need a tinted moisterizer, but wants something with more benefits, or someone who wants light coverage. Perfect for a teenager. For the price, I advice you test it out. It's cheaper than most decent foundations
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on September 11, 2011
Color Name: #13Verified Purchase
I credit this, along with Nia24 and BurnOut sunblock, with making my skin look flawless. I am prone to irritation from skin products (my cheeks turn red, my pores clog, and I break out), but this BB does not cause any problems. I previously used #21, which did have a kind of grey undertone, but this color completely lacks this and blends in beautifully with my very very pale (too pale for all drugstore foundations) skin. It does appear to have a slight yellow cast when it comes out, but that doesn't show up on my skin, which is pink-undertoned. It won't cover major skin problems, but it will even your skin and make you have a bit of a glow. I get compliments constantly on my skin, and no one thinks I'm wearing any makeup whatsoever because the BB allows my skin's texture to show through.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on October 11, 2011
Color Name: #13Verified Purchase
ok, so BB cream has just been introduced to the UK, and when I seen the advert I thought 'what the hell is BB cream?'.
So, after lots of research I decided to give one a go, and after researching the biggest sellers I decided on this one.

I tried it out as soon as it arrived (which was much earlier than the delivery estimate by the way).

Imediately after putting it on I looked in the mirror and thought 'nothing special', but oh was I wrong.

The coverage is brilliant. Any red patches are no longer visible, spots are easily covered, and you really dont need to use much of it at all. Its also easy to build up if you want maximum coverage.

However, the biggest difference between this and normal foundation comes when you take it off. I have very dry skin and usually once I take my make-up off my skin feels tight, but with this cream my skin is so soft and I dont even need to use moisturiser every night.

The only thing that I would say is that I bought No.13 as I am very pale and usually I need to buy the lightest colour of foundation, but as this cream is origionally from Korea it was actually too pale for me (which I didnt think was possible).

All in all, I will defintely be buying this again, but probably in the next shade up.
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