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Makeup Review, Swatches, Ingredients: Hard Candy CC Correction Crème SPF 15 – Best CC Cream?

Makeup Review, Swatches, Ingredients:  Hard Candy CC Correction Crème SPF 15 - Best CC Cream?

The latest CC cream has just hit the drugstore shelves: Hard Candy’s CC Correction Crème with SPF 15 ($8.00; available this month at Wal-Mart). This all-in-one CC cream balances your complexion resulting in a soft, natural finish. Special light optic pearls neutralize the undertones of one’s skin, leaving skin looking flawless.

The 5 results in one include:

– Color corrects skintone
– Neutralizes undertones
– brightens complexions
– Evens skin texture
– Oil-Free

Makeup Review, Swatches, Ingredients:  Hard Candy CC Correction Crème SPF 15 - Best CC Cream?

What really intrigued me about this particular CC cream was the “neutralizing undertones” part. At first, I was surprised to swatch the Light shade (available in four shades: Fair, Light, Medium and Dark), which ended up being a little too dark for my skintone — much more like the Lily Herbceuticals CC Cream I reviewed before. It is great for more olive complexions, with plenty of yellow based undertones. The Fair shade first came out a bit pinky, even though I have a combination of both yellow and pink undertones.

I let the color sink into my skin (it is always best to allow the CC cream to become aquainted with your natural skin coloring). As I gently blended it out, I found the pink undertones of the light, easily blendable cream to match my unique coloring.

Makeup Review, Swatches, Ingredients:  Hard Candy CC Correction Crème SPF 15 - Best CC Cream?

I think this CC cream has very light coverage, and does a good job at counteracting any redness in the face. It does have a distinct sunscreen smell due to it containing SPF 15, including the sunscreen ingredients octinoxate and octisalate.

Some other special ingredients include:

Isostearyl Neopentanoate – A light, silky ester that improves product playtime for a more natural looking finish

Polymethyl Methacrylate – A texture enhancer and soft focus powder that give a soft skin feel and matte application

Micronized Pigments – Provide a tint of color to even out skin tone

Color Correcting Pearls – Help even out skintone and add radiance

D-Panthenol – Hydrates and nourishes the skin

Prorevive Blemish Balm Complex – An all-in-one product consisting of lactobacillus bulgaricus/white willow bark extract ferment filtrate that provides anti-aging, conditioning, moisturizing, anti-wrinkle, protecting and antioxidant properties

The only thing I dislike about this product is its packaging: the light pink and white lettering is really cute and simple, but, the squeeze tube design makes it a bit messy, no matter how many times you clean it. Maybe if there was a plastic nozzle attachment that caught the product before you squeezed it out it would be better. But, for the price, it is a nice CC cream to give a try.

Editor’s Note: As the product hits the drugstore shelves, there will be a modification to some of the shades (as informed to us by the Hardy Candy PR team: Medium and Dark will stay the same; Fair will become Light, and Light will be an entirely new shade.

What do you think? Would any of these shades match your skintone? Let us know by commenting below (you just might win a free sample)! Make sure to check out our Pinterest page by clicking HERE! And don’t forget to get the latest beauty and skincare news by following us on Twitter @BeautyStat!

– Theresa Romano

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  1. Light looks perfect. Too bad they are changing it. That always happens.

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