Avon Ideal Flawless Beauty Balm ~ Review

As promised in an earlier post on Avon’s new BB cream, here’s my review on this product.

I’ve used the Ideal Flawless Beauty Balm in Natural Beige for quite some time now and I’ve started to like this product. This BB cream isn’t heavy, allows for a smooth application and leaves the skin feeling hydrated and light. Avon Ideal Flawless Beauty Balm Review

On the flip side, I do have to use a foundation after applying this BB cream, as my skin is severely acne scarred and even though the BB cream reduces the redness, it doesn’t really cover the marks completely. But for someone who doesn’t have problematic skin like I do, coverage shouldn’t be an issue at all.

You can see the difference in the image. Both the pictures have been taken in the exact same lighting with the same camera setting.

I would recommend this product and urge you to give it a try to see how it works for you. I find that this product is especially handy for those times when you’re in a hurry and need a quick fix.

6 Shades_Ideal Flawless Beauty Balm

This Beauty Balm comes in 6 different shades, so you’re bound to find the shade that would suit you best.

The Ideal Flawless Beauty Balm will be available to buy in Campaign 6 2013 at a great introductory price of only £6.99

I’d love to hear from you about your experience with the Ideal Flawless Beauty Balm! Feel free to comment below!




2 comments on “Avon Ideal Flawless Beauty Balm ~ Review

  1. hey lovely review what shade is this? x


    • Juliana
      March 25, 2013

      Thanks Mariam! The shade I’ve used is Natural Beige 🙂 x


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