No, there is no selection of shades. Honestly, if you are pale to fair-medium and don't have a lot of yellow tones in your skin, this should work great. Just remember it will go on kind of thick and stark, but give it a few minutes and it automatically adjusts to your skin color. I don't know how it does it...but it does. It is so amazing. But, if you have a nice tan...this will be way too light. I used to sun bathe, but after hitting my 30's I don't spend much time in the sun, so this is why I was able to start using this product.
You don't need much of this stuff. One of the little tubes in the sample pack lasted me a month.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
No, there is not. Each BB cream has a slightly different color when swatched on the skin but all of them seem to blend into my light-medium skin tone seamlessly and flawlessly. Each has a different level of coverage as well. On me, the Water Fuse has a light amount of coverage whereas the Renewalist and Black Label Detox have medium-full coverage. And each of them provide a different beauty benefit. Best to get the whole set of 4 and see which one you love the most. I use all 4 of them... each for different seasons and occasions. Hope this has helped you. Best of luck finding the perfect BB cream for you :)
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
No selection. Dr. Jart BB creams are "universal" shades that tend to be best for lighter skin tones. They can cast a grey tint if used too heavily on ultra fair skin :/
But generally they are meant to blend with most fair to medium skin tones, though as I said, the fairer complexions work best.
The Dr. Jart BB creams in Asia vary slightly in shade based on the label. One has a pinkish tint, one a yellowish... you see. The stateside versions don't noticeably vary.
If you are seeking BB creams with color options, check out Smashbox, Clinique, Dior . . . almost all the others. Dr. Jart is the original, but nearly everyone has introduced a version for Western audiences. Best of luck!