Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Rohto Hadalabo Moist BB Cream in #2 Natural Ochre

I wanted to get Ettusais's BB Mineral Cream a while ago but didn't want to risk paying $35 for something that might not match my skin tone so I went on the hunt for yellow toned BB creams and stumbled upon Sue Lynn's post on yellow toned BB creams!!! (What a lifesaver!) I decided to try the Rhoto Hadalabo BBs and got their Moist BB Cream in #2 Natural Ochre on ebay from the seller "Katbeauty". They also sell it on Adambeauty and Imomoko.

Rohto Hadalabo Moist BB Cream in #2 Natural Ochre

Left: Missha Perfect Cover BB Cream in #27 Honey Beige
Right: Rohto Hadalabo Moist BB Cream in #2 Natural Ochre


Missha Perfect Cover BB Cream #27 Honey Beige
50ml $29.99 (can find cheaper prices on ebay)
-Has a scent

Rohto Hadalabo Moist BB Cream #2 Natural Ochre
45g $19.50-$24.50
-Squeeze tube
-No scent

For reference, I am a NC30 in MAC. I think that both BB creams work with my skin tone. Missha's is definitely more orange compared to Rohto's. I do appreciate the yellow undertone in Rohto's though. Rohto's also provides a more dewy glow compared to Missha's, but for me it doesn't matter because I'm going to put powder over it anyway. 


Jerrine Therese Lim said...

Hi! I'm around NC30, but very very yellow. I've also been having a hard time looking for BB creams, been using Missha's #23 and waiting for it to oxidize. Their honey beige shade isn't available in Asia, sadly, so my other bb cream is Tony Moly's whipped bb, a little closer to my skin tone, but the coverage isn't that good. I've been contemplating on having Missha's #27 shipped here, or buy Hado Labo's moist cream instead. What other things can you say about the two creams? Coverage-wise, staying power, value for money, etc. Thank you! :)

Charmaine said...

I don't mention coverage and staying power in my post because I don't pay attention to it, but I'll test both of them soon and report back!

Off the top of my head I remember Missha having Medium to Full coverage. I don't know about staying power for both so I'll definitely pay attention to that when I test it!