My biggest issue with BB Creams (the western high-end and drugstore versions) is that they oxidize horribly. I haven't heard anyone using these western BB Creams for a long time to see any changes in their skin that these companies claim to do.
Garnier's new oil-free version of their Miracle Skin Perfector BB Cream claims to "offers instant perfection and all-day shine control in one single beauty product."
-Evens skin tone
It comes in two shades, Light/Medium and Medium/Deep and I got the shade Light/Medium. Keep in mind that I'm NC15 with yellow undertones and this was way too dark for my skin. It had a nice glow and I blended it down to my neck, but it did not match my chest or the rest of my body at all.
As I said below it had a nice glow, but was very orange. I wore it all day, while running errands and such and I found that it had good staying power in terms of coverage but extremely orange.
The interesting thing is that it photographs quite nicely, as you can see, but in the sunlight, it looks really orange and doesn't match my skin tone at all.
I'm not sure if I would recommend this product. If you have fair skin, I would stay far away, but if you have darker or more olive skintones, I still think it would get more orange as the day goes on and it oxidizes.
The Garnier Miracle Skin Perfector BB Cream retails for $12.99 and can be found on Ulta, Amazon, or your local drugstore.