The 'magic' aspect of this BB Cream is the incorporation of 'Smart Pigment Capsules', which burst and self adjust to your personal pigmentation upon contact with the skin.
To me, this concept is a little far fetched (and the fact that the BB Cream comes in different shades is testament in itself that it's not going to match your skin as perfectly as it claims) but I think it's a great product all the same.
|Prior to blending the formula is a greyish liquid suspending millions of pigment capsules|
|After blending, the capsules explode and 'adapt' to your skin tone...|
The liquid formula is quite runny, so I wouldn't recommend wearing your best whites while applying it, and I've found that a small amount goes a very long way, so don't go to crazy with it!
To give you as much evidence of the results as possible, here are some freakishly close up photos of my bare face, spots and all.
|Having grown up on Australia's East Coast, my face has quite a bit of sun damage and pigmentation/ freckles|
After applying a small amount of L'Oreal Magique, these are the results:
|My skin looks brighter, mattified and more even overall.|
This BB Cream is available in 2 shades: Fair and Medium, though I picked up Fair and it's still quite dark, so if you're very pale this might not be your best match.
Have you tried L'Oreal Nude Magique BB Cream? I'd love to hear you thoughts :)
I purchased mine months ago at Boots for £9.99.
Thanks for reading!