Sunday, March 22, 2015

The New CC in Town




When it comes to bases I'm always on the lookout for the next best thing. I suppose the case could be made that I am this way with all beauty products, but my biggest vice of the bunch certainly would have to be bases. You might recall from a few months back my utter obsession with one By Terry Desnsiliss Foundation. It ticked off all the boxes for my needs at the time - medium coverage, luminous and natural looking - but unfortunately has not been working as well for my dry winter skin. So when I found out that By Terry had come out with a moisturizing, lighter coverage option, I knew I had to get my hands on it. And I'm pleased to say that the By Terry Cellularose Moisturizing CC Cream (in shade 1 CC Nude) has proved to be exactly what I was looking for and more.

Though my skin has been in fairly good shape lately (thanks in no small part to my current skincare routine), a few late nights in a row watching Orphan Black has left it looking a bit lackluster. That's where the By Terry CC comes in. It's one of those products that, when applying, I actually start wondering whether I'm applying enough because it's basically invisible. But after applying a face-full I'm left looking at a far more glowing complexion - totally natural, but evened out in the most imperceptible way. While it sits firmly in the low coverage category, it does help even out any redness or discoloration, which are my biggest skin concerns. It also acts as a moisturizer, and while I still use another form of hydration beforehand I love that this guy gives me that extra bit of moisture that leaves my skin looking dewy all day long.

I think it goes without saying that I've found my base of choice for Spring. Natural, hydrating and color correcting...I couldn't ask for anything more! What type of base are you guys loving right now? A foundation or a BB/CC/whathaveyou? Let me know in the comments below!
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