Why people love it
  • Choose from 5 luminous shades
  • Great smell
  • Blends flawlessly

We seriously cannot get enough of the cushion compact design of this CC cream. Simply tap a sponge or makeup brush into the cushion to pick up the cream and then buff the liquid(ish) product on to your fact. Could it get any easier?


Reviewers report the shade of this CC cream is a bit lighter than it appears online and even in the compact. Additionally, we recommend you don't buy this one on Amazon. It's MUCH cheaper from Sephora.


Details: As the name suggests, Amorepacific Color Control neutralizes redness and provides a radiant, fresh finish. Additionally, it protects skin with a combination of SPF and moisturizer, which also works to create a buildable, non-cakey coverage that lasts all day long.

We must admit, Luminessence CC Cream by Giorgio Armani was a close second for this award category, but between the innovative packaging and amazing coverage of Amorepacific we just thought it was a better all-around cc cream. But, if you regularly find yourself trying to fake 10 hours of sleep in 10 minutes (and let's be honest, who doesn't), you definitely must give Luminessence CC Cream a try. (Seriously, this stuff is touted as being a good night's sleep in a tube.)

Ingredients: The Hydrating Bamboo Sap Formula replaces traditional water in oil base for deep moisturization and also contains the perfect blend of antioxidants and broad spectrum SPF to keep skin protected and refreshed. As an added bonus, this stuff is free from parabens, sulfates, and phthalates. Oh, and it's not animal tested. And that feels good too, right?

Price: This product received the award category of Best CC Cream to Splurge on for a reason, $60 for a 1.05 ounces of cc cream is kind of crazy. However, this is stuff works like a dream, so we truly believe that it's worth it.

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