today i want to tell you about another BB Cream that i recently tried, this is the Rohto HadaLabo BB Moist Cream. it got a really good review on, so i wanted to test it.
i bought it on ebay and paid around 18$.
 Dress:  Isabel Marant Horai Ruched Silk-Georgette Dress

it comes in two shades, i bought the lighter one: Natural Beige (the darker is called Natural Ochre).
this is a japanese BB, the squeeze tube contains 45g. it has an spf of 32 and is free of fragrances, mineral oil, preservatives and alcohol.
of the 4 BBs i tried yet, this probably is my favourite. it has a light creamy consistency and slight fresh scent. this is a really good shade with yellow undertone that matches a NC20-25 skin in MAC. it blends out true to colour and doesn't oxidise orangey.
it feels light weight, is very blendable and has a medium to high coverage. i really like the satin/dewy finish that it creates without looking too greasy or oily. it lasts over 7h on my oily skin without melting away or getting blotchy. it also moisturises my skin well and leaves me with a soft and calm skin after removal.
i apply it with either my fingers, a brush or the BeautyBlender and get an even and smooth result with every Rohto Hadalabo Gokujyn Hyaluronic Acid Lotion
i think this is a very good BB that would work on drier skins as well as on slightly oily skins.
HadaLabo also offers a fluid version of their BB Cream that i also bought and will review for you soon.

one drop of: Hada Labo BB Moist Cream - MAC Pro Longwear in NC20
not completely blended
Hada Labo BB Moist Cream freshly applied
Hada Labo BB Moist Cream 10 minutes after application
(the naked face pic was taken on another day with a different light situation so i look ore pinky on that ;) but you can see the good coverage in general)

no make up at all - with Hada Labo BB Moist Cream 
Chanel Bronze Universel added - YSL Crème de Blush in #2 Powdery Rose added (actually a bit too much :P)