Deborah Milano 5 in 1 BB Cream: Review, Swatches and FOTD

When it comes to base makeup, 2013 was the year of alphabets…we had BB, then CC and even a DD. The market is flooded with BB creams particularly…so far I have picked up….Garnier, Maybelline, Ponds…and I ended up I picking two more the last time I went to Shopper’s Stop- One was the Revlon Photoready  BB cream which I am trying right now and the second was the Deborah Milano 5 in 1 BB cream which I am going to talk about today.

Price: Rs. 625 for 30 ml.
Deborah Milano 5 in 1 BB cream comes in a black tube packaging with a screw on cap. Very simple packaging…nothing complicated or fancy. Cap stays in place no matter what so its definitely travel friendly.

The product has very nice consistency. Its not too runny or thick, somewhat similar to a mousse foundation. It blends pretty easily…no need to take out your fancy brushes…your fingers would do just fine to get a nice smooth finish.
Its definitely not the most moisturising products out there so you do need to apply a moisturiser underneath it especially if you have a dry skin. It also has this faint floral fragrance which I personally love. Its not too strong and fades in a few seconds of application
There are 5 shades available for this product. The one I got is Apricot (04)…..which is a just a tad light then my usual skin tone but with the winters here, my complexion has lightened a little so it works just fine. Even though it has SPF 20, I did not see any whitish caste on my face… even passed the camera flash test πŸ™‚
I love the coverage it gives. I can completely skip my concealer which I usually use to hide acne marks that I have on my cheeks when I use this BB cream. It basically gives me an even skin tone and medium to heavy coverage
Finish is quite matte but not the drying and pale kind of a matte which makes you look like a ghost so it looks very natural on the skin which is basically the whole point behind using a BB cream. 

Coming to the staying power, well it  is definitely one of the best things about this product. It doesn’t budge for almost 5-6 hours and I don’t see any shine on my forehead or cheeks for almost 4-5 hours

Overall, I would say that by far out of all the BB creams that I have used…I would certainly recommend this one for oily skin….with the matte finish, the oil control and the staying power…you are spared the headache of touch ups and shiny forehead. Dry skinned beauties and ladies out there who are not a big fan of matte finish can skip this one.

Have you tried the Deborah Milano 5 in 1 BB cream?
Did you like it?
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  • I am using this BB Cream the most, and frankly, I quite like it. I had purchased this for around 400 bucks but I am surely not shelling out so much on BB Creams!

  • i have used it in shade 2, one of the best b b creams i must say, had bought it for rs 350, n i seriously cant convince myself to pay 625 for same producct which was 350 2 months back πŸ™

  • i have oily skin definitely try this one! nice review!

  • I know 600 bucks is too much for a bb cream but its working better than most foundations I have soo I didnt mind…however I kind of feel annoyed that I shelled out extra money because I bought a few weeks late πŸ™

  • 350…ok…now I feel a little cheated πŸ™

  • just try it…I am sure you'll love it

  • I wanna try this one seeing so many good reviews on this πŸ˜€
    you looks pretty <3

  • Looks great ..I want to try this…
    U look pretty