Monday, June 15, 2015

Rohto SUGAO Air Fit CC Cream Pink Bright #AB Cream L Pure Natural with SPF23 / PA+++

Judging by the title, most of you know about Rohto and Mentholatum already. After Hada Labo and Lip on Lip lipbalm, now is the CC cream! Some of Japanese famous Youtubers (Sekine Risa, haruxnyantv, and Mii from greenchan0714) already made tutorials using SUGAO Air Fit CC Cream Pink Bright type. The name of mine is SUGAO Air Fit CC Cream Pink Bright Type AB Cream L Pure Natural (スガオ エアーフィット CCクリーム ピンクブライト ピュアナチュラル). That's why, I'm curious on how it really works for my face. You can tell that it's my first CC cream I owned. I have tried Etude House, but it's only a sample. That was an annoying experience of trying a CC cream because it's very oily and didn't cover anything. It made me "don't want to buy any CC cream because BB cream can do anything".

Yeah, packaging is pretty in pink and bright color, I would be able to notice it if it's sold in drugstore. But it's kind of cute to add something like handwriting on the plastic wrap. My sister actually thought it was someone naughty who made the black writing texts.

I'll talk about SUGAO. The model for SUGAO is Miyazaki Aoi. Do you know her? I do, but I don't follow her in movie or drama, except NANA. She was born in 1985. That makes her age 30! Wow, she's very cute. I would think of her as in 18-19 years old with that face, especially in SUGAO's advertisement or when she's smiling. SUGAO already launched Air Fit CC Cream Smooth Type (matte) and Moist Type (dewy) earlier. But now, they go hyper for the Pink Bright Type. The same as earlier type, Pink Bright also have two shades, Pure Natural (light skin) and Pure Ochre (yellow skin). The Pink Bright have pink color on its shade to brighten up skin with soft-focus effect and glitters. The finish is pink transparent feeling.

Doesn't Miyazaki Aoi still have teenager's face? I wouldn't be surprised if she get role as high school girl.

With SPF23 / PA+++, it's suitable to be used alone. Mine is in pure natural, the lightest shade. About the texture, everyone on Youtube were amazed by how smooth and soufflé-like the cream is. This really made me curious and bought one for myself to try. More of it, it is made by Rohto. I have tried Skin Aqua UV Moisture Milk. Even though it was produced here, it's very good as my sunscreen and make-up base, no-sticky feeling.

The look of the tube. With glossy pink cap and I don't know what's the blank pink dot above "O" means.
Sorry, it's a bit blur. I'm too lazy to capture again, but it's almost clear to read, right? It can be used as a foundation because it have little coverage too.

The tube size is thin, unlike my Canmake Perfect Serum BB Cream or Kiss Me Heroine Make Protect UV BB Cream. But it's long so don't worry. To apply the cream, I can only put a little of it around my face and it can cover up well (means I can see some changing).

It's what it look like. The tube is thin and long, huh? And very clean.

So, what kind of feeling I have when putting this on my face? First, when I squeezed the cream out, it isn't oily at all. The feeling is like Etude House Beauty Shot Face Blur. Matte and smooth. I could press on it like a real soufflé!! That's exaggerating, but yeah, it's unlike any of BB cream I've tried. When I applied it on my face, just tiny bit would cover half of my face. The texture is still smooth and matte, not changing. As for coverage, it can cover a bit of my dark circle and a few acne marks, but maybe still need a concealer for some redness around nose. But! The finish have glittery particles on the first application!!! It's similar when I used Etude House Secret Beam Powder Pact, which also have glitters. But it will gradually disappears as time goes by, with slightly bit of shimmers. See pictures below:

 The coverage is minimum, but it covers a bit redness and uneven color on cheek. Though a bit hard to cover redness around nose. The area where I applied the cream is brighter than my bare face.


Can you see some glitters? It's not that obvious from far, though. I didn't use any eyeshadow at that time. But the glitter will sink into matte finish one by one.

I have tried wearing it for work and it stayed well the entire day. Because it's very light and the finish is matte, I feel like I'm not wearing anything. It's true, I can swear of it. My skin is smooth like baby-skin. For me, pure natural shade isn't too white. I can compare it with my hand, and my hand color is lighter than my face. So it's still natural for someone who has the same skintone as me or slightly below (I have never tested what kind of NC / NW my skin is). It doesn't sink into my smile lines and stays still on my chin. You know that many foundation or cream tends to get drier around chin, right? And also around nose. But the CC Cream just sink into my dry parts around nose (because I didn't moisturized well, it's hard to moisturized my nose) and not for chin.

For that day, I used Rohto Skin Aqua UV Moisture Milk (surprisingly, there is too much of it in one bottle), Rohto SUGAO Air Fit CC Cream Pink Bright Pure Natural, Rimmel Chocolat Sweet Eyes #007, Etude House Sweet Recipe Cupcake All Over Color OR202 as blusher, Canmake Candy Wrap Lip #03.

I like this when my skin have no trouble, ex: hormonal acne every month. But if you got acne, you need to cover with concealer. As for me, I will choose my other BB creams because I have too many of it (around 4 tubes and 3 cushions). The SUGAO Air Fit CC Cream Pink Bright fits for natural base makeup to try looking bright and fresh as if it's our second skin. The matte finish won't give oily looking skin for hours and it doesn't sink too much into my lines on face. If I have rating, I would give this 7/10 if not for less coverage and glitters at the beginning. But I think I'll repurchase after I finished this first tube. Though it will be a long time (again) because I have too many base makeup now... (I wish I didn't buy too many of it, including the unpredictable Kiss Me Heroine Make)

 As you can see, I finally could capture the coral color from Rimmel Chocolat Sweet Eyes #007.

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