Last week I shared with you my opinion of Olay Total Effects 7 in 1 Touch of Max Factor Foundation Moisturiser in Fair which was a great disappointment for me. This week I have Nip+Fab CC cream Light SPF 30 review for you. This cream also comes with many pretty promises, but does it really live up to them? Read on to find out.
Nip+Fab CC cream Light SPF 30 is described as a next generation BB cream, that is more advanced and gives better results. It moisturises skin 24 hours and offers SPF sun protection. Nip+Fab CC cream Light SPF 30 contains light diffusing particles that illuminate for a radiant and flawless looking complexion. Its light texture helps to correct natural skin tone offering a medium coverage and shine free finish.
I ordered Nip+Fab CC cream Light SPF 30 back in January, because it was on sale (its normal price is about 14£, I paid about 3.99£). It comes in a 40ml plastic tube. I bought this cream in shade Light, but unfortunately it is bit too orangey for my skin and so I have to blend it very carefully to avoid any lines. When I apply it on my skin then it actually doesn’t feel very lightweight and it reminds me more of a foundation than a CC cream. Getting even and nice result with this CC cream is a serious nightmare! I first tried applying it with fingers as I normally apply tinted moisturisers and BB creams. That did not work well and the result looked patchy. Then I tried different brushes. The result looked more even and there was some coverage, but when I touched my face it started rolling off my skin :S :S :S I mean really? I spend 10+ minutes to get some sort of okay result and then this happens? Horrible horrible horrible! This cream is promised to moisturise skin 24 hours, but I really didn’t notice it. And if I tried to use it with moisturising cream or serum then it the Nip+Fab CC cream was just sliding on my face :S
Overall this is the most horrible CC cream I’ve ever used! Would I buy it again? Of course not!