Garnier has two BB creams, one for normal to combination skin and one for combination to oily skin.Miracle Skin Perfector BB Cream for Combination to Oily Skin ($12.99, left, skinnier tube) - This one is more of a liquid than a cream- and I HATE the packaging. You have to store it upside down otherwise you'll have a pool of product in the cap. I'm not looking forward to traveling with it this summer, I'll definitely put it in a couple ziplock bags.
It mattifies, minimizes pores and conceals imperfections with SPF 20. I put this to the test the other day when it was 90 degrees and I was sweating and it stayed on longer than most foundations. I then wore it to the gym and bicycled for 30 minutes. Afterward it wasn't perfect, but it was still there. I'm about an NC 25 I think in MAC and I got medium/deep and it matches very well.
Overall I was very impressed with this. In the morning I use Eucerin Daily Protection Moisturizing Face Lotion SPF 30 and apply this over it. Coverage is buildable and the finish is satin. Sometimes I'll set it with a layer of MUFE Duo Mat powder for extra longevity. I will definitely repurchase this despite its awful packaging.
Available in: light/medium, medium/deep, deep/dark
face candy grade: A+
Miracle Skin Perfector BB Cream ($12.99, right, fatter tube) - A thick cream that renews radiance, brightens, evens, hydrates, and protects with SPF 15. It boasts a combination of hyaluronic acid, lipidure microspheres and glycerin for moisture and softness that lasts for 24 hours. I checked and they both contain hyaluronic acid and glycerin, (I don't know what lipidure microspheres are so who knows about that) in case you are wondering. I also don't know why this one is only SPF 15 instead of 20.
Available in: fair, light/medium, medium/deep and deep
***Keep your eye out for Garnier coupons in the paper and in magazines. I had a Garnier $1 OFF coupon, a CVS $2 OFF any $12 skincare item, plus a CVS $5 extrabucks so I got it for about $5.