Little Porcelain Princess: Review: Arllin CC Cream
1. Rich moisturizing: The first virtue of a CC cream is rich and enough moisture. This does not result fro simple increase in moisture. How it would be preserved inside the skin is more significant. So we must effectively combine a variety of moisturizing ingredients. Moisturizing ingredients like marine collagen, hyaluronic acid, meadowfoam-oil, portulaca oleracea L., etc. can awaken ‘water vitality’ deep inside our skin.
2. Natural covering: It is covering that shines with invisible but fine cream particles with differences in delicate densify. Not that big but bothersome blemishes and the ubiquity of irregular skin tones are now a story of the past.
3. Triple skin care/Whitening: Women have long dreamed of ‘white skin-color. It is compared to a white jade’ and pure white snow that covers the whole world with it is absolute beauty. Arllin CC Cream keeps its wish to resemble light and clear nature.
4. Wrinkle care: In order to lift up deep furrows, it is very important to understand the mechanism by which they are lined up. Could the products you have met to date solve this problem? Arllin is here for you to present you with thoughtful understandings and perfect solutions for your dear skin.
The packaging of this CC Cream is absolutely gorgeous, I really love the gold cap! It’s also really functional, the tube is able to stand up on the cap without falling over, and the squishy tube deflates as the product is used so you always know how much product you have left.
This CC Cream is a little thicker in texture than most of the CC Cream’s that I’ve tried, and has a lovely warm to slightly neutral tone. It’s easy enough to spread, but can get a little streaky if I use my fingers to bend it into my skin. I much prefer to use a sponge or my Etude House Air puff to apply it because it just gives a better finish! It’s very similar in colour to the Missha Signature Complete BB Cream in the shade 13!
I honestly find it quite odd that they use this colour on models that have much darker skin, (scroll to the bottom of this link to see) they look like they have ghostly faces. I understand that having pale skin is seen as a good thing (or at least this is what the description of this product tells me,) but it just looks very odd to me. If you’re skin is MAC NC15 or above, this is just going to be too light for you to use. If you enjoy the Missha Signature Complete BB Cream in the shade 13, you will love the colour of this product.
I absolutely adore the finish this CC Cream gives me! It’s got really natural coverage which means that my acne scarring is still quite visible, but it gives my skin a really moisturised looking glow, which is much preferable to me in comparison to coverage. The colour blends quite well with my natural skin colour, and it does get a little oily around my T-Zone after 6 hours, but this is manageable. Look instead at how smooth my skin looks, I love it! It also blurs the fine lines around my eyes perfectly.
What I Love
– Similar colour to Missha Signature Complete BB Cream in the shade 13
I really love this CC Cream! All of the points that I don’t love about the product are points that I can either get around (hard to blend with fingers, but easy to blend with sponge), or are points that I don’t necessarily mind (little coverage, I don’t really care – Only one colour, it’s my colour). I absolutely love that it gives my skin such a smooth moisturised glow, and I would definitely prefer to trade higher coverage for a smoother, more natural look for everyday wear.
I would definitely suggest trying out this CC Cream if you have very pale, warm/neutral skin-tone, and are wanting a natural, yet moisturised look. I wouldn’t suggest it to anyone MAC NC15 or darker, or anyone who has very oily skin as this is likely to make you look very shiny.