I have very very fair skin and this works beautifully! It's one of the few products that isn't too pink or yellow and if it's light enough for me then it will work on anyone! (I almost glow in the dark!!)
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
All I can say is that I am a fair skinned redhead. To dot this on my face, it looks a little gray. Blending it all over, though, it's perfect.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
I have fair skin, too and the Water Fuse BB cream did not seem too dark for my skin. I have light olive skin with some pink undertones. It blends in just fine.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
Most BB creams pretty light, here are dr. jart 4 bb cream formulas (permanent collection)
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i'm a nc20, fresh ivory for clinique acne solution, and wear one of the lighter shades in foundation, and i find this just a tad bit light. if you're lighter than me than it's okay. then again, it's sheer, so unless you're a nc30+ it would not show as much.
No, it is definitely not dark at all. I have extremely fair skin (MUFE HD 110, MUFE F&B 38, Bobbi Brown Alabaster) and had the same concern. But the "coverage" is SO minimal, that it really is invisible once blended, plus it did not oxidize on me. The color does look 'medium' in the tube, but don't be put off by that. The key is the use ONE light, thin layer, blend it out, and it's virtually imperceptible on the skin. If you use a second or third layer, I found that you can see the color more, and then it becomes too dark for me. But one, thin, well-spread-out layer is invisible even on my fair skin.
The downside, for me, is that this really has almost no coverage - and I had the assumption that BB creams are supposed to do that. It seems to even out my skin tone, but I could just be imagining it. I basically use it for its skincare properties, as my daily sunscreen, and because I like the dewy finish. It does eliminate my need for tinted moisturizer (I don't use foundation), but I do have to go back in with concealer if I have a spot or scar.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago