Yes! All IT Cosmetics CC+ Creams provide full coverage that beautifully covers acne while hydrating the skin.
Does CC cream have coverage?
Coverage: All of our CC+ Creams provide full coverage, while CC+ Nude Glow provides buildable, medium coverage. SPF: Our three CC+ Creams protect with up to SPF 50+ broad-spectrum physical sunscreen. CC+ Nude Glow is our first product with SPF 40 broad-spectrum chemical sunscreen.
Can we use CC cream instead of foundation?
CC, or “color control,” cream is a lightweight makeup product that can be used in place of foundation or as a primer. CC cream helps hide skin imperfections, like redness or hyperpigmentation, while also protecting your skin from sun damage and treating blemishes, fine lines, and age spots.
Is CC cream enough for makeup?
CC cream is a good option for light coverage and SPF protection for people who don’t like heavy makeup. But it won’t heal or change your skin’s appearance permanently.
How long does a tube of it Cosmetics CC cream last?
At £31 per 32ml tube, the CC cream is on the expensive side, but a tube will last you six months and a single pump will offer a full face of coverage.
What’s the difference between BB and CC cream?
The main difference between both formulas lies in their coverage intensity and texture. BB creams are beauty balms that correct blemishes; while CC creams are color correctors with light coverage. “BB cream is more hydrating and can provide a beautiful radiance to the skin, [which] is ideal for dry skin types.
Is SPF in CC cream enough?
Combining a moisturizer, primer and CC Cream should offer more than enough SPF to guarantee full protection, and even just combining two should be enough! You just need to make sure that the products you use contain broad spectrum SPF 30 (at least), and that you’re applying the right amount, which is 1/4 of a teaspoon.
Do you put powder over CC cream?
If you’re trying to hide discoloration (redness, sun damage, rosacea, vitiligo, or blemishes), you can layer powder foundation over a liquid or cream for an extra layer of coverage. For medium-full coverage, apply with a dry sponge or puff, or use a fluffy brush if you’re looking for something sheer.
Do you need primer for CC cream?
In general, a CC cream doesn’t need a primer. If your CC cream lasts well throughout the day, it’s best to skip the primer. However, if you have large pores, you might want to use a smoothing primer to avoid makeup from settling into your pores.
Is CC cream better than foundation?
Foundation offers amazing coverage and can even out your skin tone and hide blemishes. You’ll be able to find one that matches your ideal finish and skin tone. CC creams are ideal for people who want a single complexion product that isn’t difficult to put on and contains skincare ingredients.
Why does my CC cream look cakey?
Make sure you’ve picked the perfect foundation shade, too.
One of the biggest reasons foundation looks cakey? The color is too light or too dark—so it’s even more obvious that you’re wearing it. To pick the perfect shade of foundation, look for one that literally disappears into your skin.
How do I use CC cream on my face?
If you’re a pro, gently and evenly blend it into your skin all over your face, using your fingertips, a brush, or a make-up sponge. If you’re not as experienced, just dab a small amount on your cheeks, nose, forehead and chin, then pat the cream into place.
Can I use both BB and CC cream?
Yes, both BB cream and CC cream can be used together. The creams will provide double the protection, hide blemishes, color correct and give your skin a radiant glow.
Is it Cosmetics CC cream waterproof?
Best with SPF: IT Cosmetics CC+ Cream Oil-Free Matte SPF 40
A new iteration of the original best-seller, it’s now also matte and waterproof. Don’t be fooled by the fact that it’s called a CC cream, either; it packs full coverage and is enough to hide everything you need hidden.
Do you need concealer with CC cream?
After applying the CC Cream, it’s time for the Bye Bye Redness Concealer. “Since Bye Bye Redness dries down to a powder, it can be used right on top of your CC Cream where redness, rosacea, or skin irritation is a concern,” says Ross.