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Garnier Miracle Skin Perfector BB Cream

Price: Around $11 at Priceline but I got it on sale for $7

Obtained: Bought


When this came out everyone went on and on about it because it was the first bb cream in Australia. I bought the light shade because compared to importing bb creams it was majorly cheap. At The Face Shop the creams are around $30-50, this was on sale for $7. Big difference.

And it’s not bad, it’s not great but it’s not bad either. The coverage is medium on me, it covered my freckles partially and gave a fairly natural finish. It’s got a definite orange tone (I guess suited to Australian girls more?) so it made me look a bit more tan than I was used to. The colour was fairly suitable for me, I could notice a difference but James couldn’t and thought it looked natural. It’s quite a thick formula considering the coverage, most bb cream I’ve tried have been fairly thin but this was a very thick texture so it required less product but a more even hand to apply.

Would I buy Garnier Miracle Skin Perfector BB Cream again: Yes but not for me, the price is fantastic, the product is pretty good but I don’t like the orange toned finish so I wouldn’t wear it. I would definitely buy for others with suited undertones though.

Disclaimer: All reviews are my honest opinions whether product was provided for review or bought. I am not an expert, just a girl who likes beauty products. Click here to read about my personal preferences or for more information on “Currently Using” mini review posts. Click here for my Editorial and Ethics Policy.

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