The Edit: Best of BB Creams

Dr Jart+ Water Fuse Beauty Balm* - £18, Origins A Perfect World BB Cream - £27, Bobbi Brown Cream BB Cream - £28

My current obsession is trying to find the perfect base. I've completely went off foundation, I don't like heavy coverage, I just want enough coverage to cover redness and so that it doesn't feel like I'm wearing anything. I've tried the light weight foundations and they never worked, so I've moved over to BB creams. If I had the choice, I'd much rather wear nothing on my face (world's worst beauty blogger). 

Dr Jart+ Water Fuse BB, it's the lightest coverage out of them all but it also feels like nothing once it's on the skin. I pop it onto both of my cheeks and blend away using a Real Techniques Buffing Brush, creating glowy skin what will last the day. Water Fuse is one of the collection which is made for oily skin, wrong for me, but it works perfectly. SPF 25, meaning it will be brilliant for the summer. The colour matches me fine, if a little dark meaning it will be great for when I have a little tan. Origins A Perfect World BB Cream, I didn't have high hopes for this one as I hadn't heard brilliant reviews, but I picked it up anyway thinking that it could be my new HG item. For a BB cream, it had medium coverage but not the coverage a foundation would give. An SPF 15 is the lowest out of them all but for the winter days, it's good enough. Similar to the VitaZing tint, the colour is a little on the orange side and leaves me looking a little too tanned. Bobbi Brown BB Cream, I think this one is the winner. The colour match is perfect, the coverage is exactly what I need, it lasts all day without drying or going patchy. The biggest plus? SPF 35! I think that for the holidays I have planned this year, this will be coming in my bag! So far this is my HG item, but I'm still eyeing up the Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturiser

Have you tried any of these BB cream, what do you think and do you have any other products I could try out?

Luce x