With BB, CC, and now DD creams in the store counters, makeup shopping can get confusing. To much to learn but truth be told, there’s not a ton of differences and
Here's is a comparison list in details:
What it stands for: Beauty balm
Texture: Creamy and moisturizing
What it does: Offers daily sun protection, extra hydration, and a touch more coverage than a tinted moisturizer. Because they don't have a high concentration of anti-aging ingredients, "use them as a supplement—not in place of—your other anti-aging creams or serums.
What it stands for: Color correcting
Texture: Lightweight and fast-absorbing
What it does: Imparts an airy veil of coverage and a boost of both instant and protective coverage. "They typically have light-diffusing particles, which visually even skin tone, plus a super-dose of antioxidants.
What it stands for: Daily defense
Texture: See BB Creams
What it does: Not much more than its predecessors. "These have SPF, protect the skin barrier to prevent moisture loss, and balance uneven tone. Ps. DDs were created for dry areas like feet, knees, and elbows.
I hope you understand them a little more. Which ones do you like? I use CC Studio Gear Cream, sometimes under my foundation for extra coverage and smoothness on certain spots on my face.
What do you use? Let us know in the comment section below.
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