See the difference between face and body, UGH!
The pictures above were taken on last Saturday if I'm not mistaken. I was totally stressed out from having to defend myself against 'bombers' and idiots on an online forum so I headed off to the gym with Sulin and Kern. Halfway through gym, received messages from JeanJean consoling me which was very much a surprise. Thanks Jean for the messages, you really made me happy and you too Elyn *hugs hugs* A while later Elyn sent me a message saying that 'something has happen' and the seller has has agreed to refund and that I should go have a drink and celebrate.
Uhh, I think I took her a little too seriously cause by the end of the night, I was pissed drunk. Not good.
Also wearing white makes someone look tanner. I'm serious. After gym, I slap on some Etude House Precious Mineral BB cream ( a little too much maybe?), some eyeliner, blusher and went to Soi 11. It's not my usual 'full' make up since I didn't bring my face primer, eye primer, proper blusher or anything, hell, I didn't even have the correct shade of eyebrow pencil since it's just spare things to the gym!
So that's how I turned out. Weird looking. Nyahahahaha! The whitish cast that the BB cream gives off was something that I already knew after seeing how weird-ly coloured I was in previous pictures but that night was especially bad. My skin was abviously patchy and red after drinking.
This pictures are all extremely embarrassing to me and I wasn't planning on posting them here but just as well, I'm NOT perfect, I'm no super model that has perfect pictures every shot
This is really going to make me think twice about using this to clubbing the next time. Also I notice that Korean products has a higher tendency to have whitish cast products. I could be wrong but I wonder if anyone else notice or has this problem?
I've yet to use enough BB creams so I can't really tell. But when it comes to face powders, blushers, BB creams (except the Magic BB cream) and even some lip glosses by Etude House all has this weird whitish cast to it.
Whitish cast in lip glosses makes every line in your lips even more obvious but it obviously has it's own ups since people still loves them.
I do know that some sun block also gives off whitish cast, one sun block that I found with that effect would the one from Biore. I don't remember the name as it was Elisa who bought it. She ended up using it on her arms instead since she didn't wanted to waste it nor use it on her face.
I don't have problems like this when I use my normal MAC or Kate foundations but I was wondering if anyone else notice this problem...