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By Terry Moisturising CC Cream 30ml (Various Shades)

By Terry Moisturising CC Cream 30ml (Various Shades)

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EUR 66.6

66.60€

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Overall Rating : 3.75 / 5 (4 Reviews)
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Yes please

One of my first CC creams and my favourite one. Skin looks so natural, reasonably matte, reasonably glowy, I would say with perfect balanced, velvety finish, I always apply it with my fingers, I feel like it is the best way how to spread the piqments, they apply evenly. CC cream last for many hours, does not crease or separate and has medium coveradge.

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Like this a lot but...

I bought this in Nude and the colour is good and looks natural on my fair skin. I like the amount of coverage - it gives me what I need and feels light. I find a little goes a long way and as it's a very light lotion, it layers well on top of serum and moisturiser when my skin feels dry. My only grumble is that it lacks an SPF as you then have to apply sunscreen on top and try not to disrupt the coverage. I'll stick with Chantecaille's tinted moisturiser.

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Beautiful

This is not a foundation; it has no coverage, it enhance your skin in a healthy way, it doesn't have a greasy texture but avoid if your skin dries out or looks tired. If you are 40+ years old, I swear you'll love it! It smells like heaven too!

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Horrible product

No coverage to speak of. Irritated my skin. Not at all worth the price. Any drug store product would be an upgrade. Avoid.

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