Tony Moly Spoiler Selfie Shot Blur BB

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Hello Princesses,

Today I'm going to be talking about the Tony Moly Spoiler Selfie Shot Blur BB! I bought this when I did my full face of Tony Moly, and I chose it because it was the cheapest option! A full face of one brand actually costs so much to buy together (counting all shades of blushes and all shades of lipstick etc) so sometimes if I want to grab a couple of the more expensive items I have to get some of the more inexpensive items too. But if you're on a budget, this BB usually retails for $5USD or less which is awesome!

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It is very smooth like blurring uneven rugged pores and pores that you want to hide. Elastic touch of blur powder, smooth skin texture correction and pore cover effect, moist and shiny finish.

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The packaging of this BB Cream is very minimal, it comes in a simple black squeeze tube which isn't really my aesthetic but if you're not into super cute pink childish packaging then this might be a nice option. The packaging works well, but sometimes it does squeeze out way too much of the BB Cream!

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I have the shade 01 which is the lightest shade in the range. It is a really nice warm tone and is pretty light too! It's not as pale as my perfect winter shade which is Nars Sheer Glow in Sibera, but I'm actually a little bit more tan than usual at the moment so this shade does work well for me during summer.

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I find the BB Cream quite easy to apply, but it is also easy to go overboard! I like using a beauty blender or cushion puff to blend it beautifully into my skin, I find that brushes create too many brush strokes and I have to blend that out with a puff afterwards anyway. It's definitely a product that is very quick to use, especially with sponges or puffs and I don't have to waste much of my time making it work for my skin.

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This BB Cream does have light coverage that isn't buildable. Because it has such a thick creamy texture already, it doesn't build well at all and just ends up looking chunky and clumpy. I don't have much to cover at the moment so this does work well for me, but if you look at the scar on my upper lip you can see that it's hardly covered it at all.

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After an 8 hour work day this BB Cream is holding up ok. The coverage has lessened on my cheeks and chin where I generally touch my face and there is a big of oil around my nose. My forehead looks quite dry and my fine lines and texture are really emphasized which I don't love, but overall it's actually not that bad. I think it would look better during colder weather.

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Final Thoughts

This is a really nice generic BB Cream, but it's nothing insanely special. I don't find that it has any skin benefits, it doesn't make my skin feel nicer after I take it off which I personally look for in a BB Cream. It has light coverage and would be best suited to colder climates or Princesses with normal to dry skin types as it does get oily throughout the day for me during summer and I have more of a normal skin type at the moment. The colour works well for me during summer when I get a little more tanned, but I think the formula would work best for me during the cooler winter months. It is a great buy for the price and if you have normal to dry skin and living in a cooler/drier climate!

You can purchase the Tony Moly Spoiler Selfie Shot Blur BB from Beautynetkorea for $3.63

Becca McAvinue