Today I’m sharing my thoughts on the wet n wild Fergie BB cream. The wet n wild Fergie BB cream is an 8 in 1 Beauty Balm that claims to be a beauty miracle that hydrates, brightens, evens skin tone, minimizes oil, conceals, enhances, primes and protects the skin with Broad Spectrum SPF 15. On the packaging it says G.L.A.M. MAKER! The color I purchased is A103 medium, which I find to be a perfect match.
Okay, so I’m not sure if it makes me look glamorous because this is a very sheer coverage BB cream. I feel that this BB cream is more of a tinted moisturizer, or primer. My blemishes show after I apply the wet n wild BB cream. I really think that if you have perfect skin, and you don’t feel like putting on a lot of makeup this BB cream is for you! If you are like me, and have blemishes, or acne scaring, this is not the BB cream for you. I’m a fan of wet n wild beauty, but unfortunately, this BB cream was not my best drugstore purchase.
Here are the good things about this BB cream:
The wet n wild Fergie BB cream did even out my skin tone, my face looked brighter, less oily, so for that I find that this BB cream is okay. I also love that it has SPF 15 for sun protection. The price is really affordable too only $5.99 at my local Walgreen’s. Another good thing about the wet n wild Fergie BB cream is that it’s available in 5 shades! This is a really good thing since usually at the drugstore you can only find light, and medium shades. The wet n wild Fergie BB cream is available in the following shades:
Light, Light/Medium, Medium, Medium/Deep & Deep. In my opinion this is a great selection for many skin tones.
Overall, the wet n wild Fergie BB cream did not work for me, but I will continue to use it as a primer under my full coverage foundation. Have you tried the wet n wild Fergie BB cream? What did you think? I can’t wait to hear from you;)