Purchase: Studio Gear
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I received a full-size sample of the Studio Gear CC Cream in Linen from Studio Gear to review. Studio Gear says that this CC (Color Correction) Cream hydrates, prevents fine lines and wrinkles, and brightens and illuminates. The unique thing that I found about this CC Cream is that it came out of the tube super white but changed colors as you blended it into the skin, more on that in the review. As always, my reviews are 100% my opinion and have not been influenced by the company.
Ease of Application
The Studio Gear CC Cream was super easy to blend in, however, I had issues with the color of the formula. Due to the fact that the product was white and changed colors while you were blending it was sometimes hard to tell where you had enough product and where you needed more. As such, my application came out super patchy and I had to go back in several times to fix it.
Score: 6 out of 10
I thought the white color was pretty cool and unique, especially how it changed colors as I applied it. I found that the cream blended in very well to my natural skin tone once I got it all applied. I will say that this was a bit yellow so if you’re a fair person I don’t know if this would color match down for you or not.
Score: 9 out of 10
The product out of the bottle was a bit grainy, however, those blended right in. As for the feel once it was dried, it dried to a matte velvety finish. I had no complaints about the feel of the product at all.
Score: 10 out of 10
I wore the Studio Gear CC Cream for around 10 hours on the day that I tested it. I went out in the South Carolina heat, I’m glad that it has the 20 SPF, to run errands and didn’t have to touch up throughout the day at all. It actually could have gone past the 10 hours, however, I needed to go to bed so I pulled it off. It also didn’t break me out any.
Score: 10 out of 10
8.7 out of 10
Studio Gear CC Cream Applied
End of day makeup