It comes in three shades: light, medium and dark - and has skin adapting technology to adapt to your own skin. I tried the Medium shade which was perfect for my colouring (normally I'm a MAC NW15/20 if I'm not tanned). The BB Cream is much thicker in consistency than other BB Creams and gives a full coverage but is still lightweight on the skin. It was easy to blend and buff into the skin - I tend to rub in with my fingers rather than using a brush and there is no need in using a powder to set. I found the finish to be matte and I think this would be great for oily skins. I did however find the formulation slightly drying in areas where I'm prone to dryness such as around the nose and forehead so I would suggest using a good serum and moisturiser underneath but overall I think this is a great BB Cream for those on a budget as it is the cheapest currently on the market.
MUA All in One Beauty Balm Foundation is priced at £4 and shall be available from 14th March at Superdrug and www.muastore.co.uk
Have you tried any BB Creams? What are your favourites?