Both #NA201 & #NA211 are the standard shades for Japanese, and we sometimes asked to send a sample of other shades like #OC100, but there are samples only for #NA201 & #NA211, and the stores rarely give us the samples of foundations in Albion Excia AL line.
Anyway, let me show you the difference and shade swatch of those two products.
The upper is Superior Cream, and the lower is Cool Emulsion. You can see the difference in at a glance.
When I spread on my arm.
Superior Cream is a little bit easy to spread on my arm, and the Cool Emulsion is much harder than Superior Cream.
Finish & Shade
Ahh, goose skin 🙁 When I tough my arm a lot, I often get it. But you may see I did not use Photoshop. And this camera don’t hide goose skin.
OK, both covers pretty well. I guess they are full coverage foundations. In this picture, the finish of the both are the same effect: matte to natural, but in my eyes, I felt both are natural to glow, never matte.
You can see the shade difference of #NA201 & #NA211. #NA201 is the very my arm shade 🙂
I will show you my personal review of Albion Excia Al Cool Emulsion Compact Foundation VX soon. And of course show you the shade swatch of Albion Excia AL and Albion Tight Film Foundation.