Klairs Illuminating Supple Blemish Cream Review
Summary of the video:
If you have read my Klairs Mochi BB Cushion review, then you'll know that I am a fan (to say the least) of their face makeup range. So when I eventually got my hands on the new-ish Klairs Illuminating Supple Blemish Cream, I had high hopes. And they did not disappointment for me HOWEVER it is important to know that this product is designed to bring out your inner beauty, natural makeup so on and so forth. From what I found, this cream is basically a tinted sunscreen or moisturiser. I say sunscreen, because it has an SPF of 40 and is marketed as being sun protection. It is not high coverage, I would say that it is medium coverage at best, but that would be after a few layers of the cream. It only has a grey base one shade, which happened to have been my shade. I was lucky in that regard. In the video, I have a clip of the color shades of the Klairs Illuminating Supple Blemish Cream, the Heimish Artless Perfect Cushion (#N21) and the COSRX Clear Fit Spot Concealer (#N21) for a comparison.
What the Klairs Illuminating Supple Blemish Cream excels at is is effortless beauty and convenience. It does a good job of covering up pores and redness. It slides on really nicely, and doesn't get sticky throughout the day (even in summer). I found that it didn't slide off my face in the heat but it did lose its coverage after 5 or so hours. In the first impressions section of the video, I did not use concealer or primer that day in order to really test out the cream. But since then I have been using concealer and primer with it and have it has become my go-to cream for easy, everyday use.
1/5: Negative, nada, no.
2/5: Didn't do anything for me.
3/5: It had its effects but there are many more products out there that do better for my skin type.
4/5: Going great! Going to keep using until I find something more effective. I think that it could be slightly higher coverage, but I do love how easy it is to apply.
5/5: HOLY GRAIL STATUS.
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