What is the specific color, please?
I'm seeing comments about this being lighter or darker than some reviewers' skin tones but can't find info describing the actual color. I'm hoping to learn if it's a neutral beige or if it has a pink cast or peach cast or yellow cast, etc, please. I'd also appreciate knowing if it has metallic aspect and, if so, what tone that is (gold, silver, pink, etc.) please. TIA
asked 5 years ago
(East Lansing, MI)
on Amazonian Clay BB Illuminating Moisturizer
I'm italian and have a medium/olive tone, so when I apply it, it looks fairly yellow with gold glitter effect. But it's very subtle which I love. I think it blends with whatever kind of skin you have.. if you have more of a peachy or rosy undertone in your skin, it would blend to a pink shimmer effect. I've reccomended this product to several friends and they all love it and no one has the same skin tone... the ONLY downfall is, it can look greasy, especially if you don't shake it first... so use sparingly.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
I got the amazn clay foundation in both light and medium shades..... this is right at same as "light". If u havent seen that product, let me put it this way, not pink or really yellow but just kindof a creamy light beige maybe.
Hope this helps!
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
This blended into my skin perfectly and I have hyper-pigmentation from Rosacea, freckles and extremely pale skin with yellow undertone. If you are darker complected, it may actually show a little bit as lighter than your complexion but it is correcting and illuminating more than coverage.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
The color itself blends in with your skin. I'd say even if you have super pale skin, you could still use a little bit as a highlighter on your cheeks or something. As for the shimmer, I think the shimmer is sort of pink/copper. I have a golden skin tone, and I think this is giving me a pink glow. I'm still on the fence about whether or not to keep this.
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
I found it to have a mild beige hue that works on all skin tones (I'm fair and it's great). The oh so slight shimmer looks impercebtibly silvery....if that makes any sense. :0) I'd say it's worth trying.
answered 5 years ago
Hi, this product doesn't really have a color, it's colorless! It blends in with ur natural skintone. It gives off a kind of "glow from within" kind of look. Really natural looking, nothing over the top, no shimmer or nothing like that. Hope this helps :)