Tuesday, 13 March 2018

PRIMARK PS... MY PERFECT COLOUR BB CREAM


So I am going to hold my hands up here and admit that before this I had never tried a BB Cream or a foundation from Penneys before and I was a little skeptical at just how good they could be. I was invited along to the launch of the 'My Perfect Colour' range back in January and since then I have been trialing and testing the range. One product that really stood out to me was the PS... My Perfect Colour BB Cream.




This has been my everyday makeup for the majority of the time the past few weeks. I wear the shade porcelain and it is perfect for when I have no tan on. Usually I am a full coverage kinda gal. I would never ever have picked up a light coverage foundation let alone a BB Cream to try myself. I just always kind of thought the more coverage the better and while I still like that look I have to say I LOVE how natural and dewy the PS... My Perfect Colour leaves my skin. It's like my skin only on a really, really good day. It gives a small amount of coverage and let's your skin shine through.


It's definitely worth mentioning that I have an oily tzone so when I am setting my BB Cream I will bounce powder into my tzone with a big fluffy brush. Most days I will use a setting spray for added longevity...and somedays I am in such a rush I totally forget about it but I have to say the PS... BB Cream really does last really well. I usually apply mine around 8:30am before dropping my son to preschool and when I remove my makeup at approximately 9:30pm my skin still looks great and not at all shiny. 

I have a lot and I mean A LOT of foundations, some from really expensive makeup brands and I still reach for my PS... BB Cream. I am absolutely going to be repurchasing it, I mean for €4 I would be mad not to right? I would love to know if you guys have tried any of the PS... BB Creams or foundations and how you got on. 

Melissa x
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