I'm back with another cosme/ skincare review!
3CE NURSING CREAM
And now my point of view with my own photos~ =D
|When applied, it gives a really glossy or close to oily skin texture but it works fantastically if you apply just enough loose powder for some glow to come through!|
Below is a comparison photo of application and without provided on the 3CE's website:
Also~ Here's a video tutorial by the Stylenanda makeup artist doing a waterful, glowy makeup!
Conclusion: (Max 5 ♥)
(3CE - Nursing Cream)
As a moisturizer: I believe for people with dry skin, this will be a very good alternative for a moisturizer! For people with normal to oily skin like me, using it one weekly as a night moisturizer or if you sleep often in air conditioned rooms, the 3CE Nursing cream helps keep the skin supple.
As a base for makeup: It's a great product as a make up base for the glowy Korean look and also great because it helps my foundation glide on so much smoother!
Effect on my skin: ♥♥♥♥
As a moisturizer: Since I only use this as a moisturizer in the night/ when I turn on my AC when I sleep, I can only conclude my opinion on that. So far I've been loving it cos whenever I use it, my skin feels really soft and supple in the morning!
As a base for makeup: I love it as a base for my make up cos it gives me the Korean glowy skin so easily! I just had to make sure I apply a little bit of loose powder to set my makeup at first and touch up throughout the day when my face starts to secrete oil~
- A little too oily for a normal day use for normal - oily skin like mine.
Again, based on where I'm living, it's only available for me online. People in Korea will be able to get it easily obviously.
Priced at about USD$42.94 (excluding shipping), it's kind of pricey for me. I am willing to spend a lot more on products that I think works for me by going to the counters and trying out myself. But because 3CE products is only available to me online as of now, this is still considered expensive since I can use it only once or twice a week or before my make up. This product will probably last me a good 1 year or so but I'm quite anal when it comes to "expiry dates" so I tend to throw my skin care products out after a good 6 months.
Product wastage = bad
Will I repurchase this again?
Maybe... If I ever go to Korea myself. But if not I can live with highlighters available here in Singapore at a cheaper price and my usual moisturizers.
Hope you found this review useful and I'll see you in my next post very soon!!