I began using a green corrective concealer a few months ago, when I received it in a subscription box. I was very skeptical about it at first, putting green makeup on just didn’t seem like the best idea. I was wrong, color correcting concealers are marvelous! Wanting to try other colors, I decided to purchase a palette of corrective concealers so that I could try several without buying a bunch of different products. I spotted this Corrective Concealer while running errands and in my cart it went!
This palette includes 4 color correcting concealers, an applicator brush, and a mirror. The simple black palette has a velvety soft matte finish, it’s very clean and chic. The 4 color correcting shades included are yellow, blue, green, and pink. As stated on the back of the packaging, yellow is for concealing dark circles. Blue is for covering orange hues in the skin. Green neutralizes and covers redness. Pink brightens yellow tones and highlights the inner and outer corners of the eyes.
I purchased this palette at my local Target, it can also be purchased at other big box stores, drugstores (like CVS and Walgreens), and Ulta. Online it can purchased on elfcosmetics.com (Shop e.l.f. Cosmetics now), Ulta.com, the websites of big box stores like Target.com and WalMart.com, and the websites of drugstores where it is sold. This palette is pretty easy to find, wherever you look.
This palette can be used after priming or moisturizing your skin, before applying your foundation. Apply it where it is needed. I use the green shade on my cheeks and chin, where I have redness, and I use the yellow shade on the dark circles under my eyes daily. I don’t use the blue and pink shades regularly, since I don’t tend to have an issue with orange or yellow tones.
These concealers are very creamy, which makes them a bit difficult to blend. They can be blended, it just takes some effort. These concealers are very effective, take a look at the swatch picture above as proof. In the pic, you can see that the tip of my tattoo is completely covered by the pink concealer! The swatches in the photo are not blended at all, to show their thickness and color. Don’t let this picture scare you, once blended it won’t look like you have yellow, blue, green, or pink makeup on your face. The concealers will disappear into your skin correcting whatever color issues you have.
Everywhere it is sold, this palette can be purchased for $3.00.
Bottom Line: For the price, this palette is unbelievable! I highly recommend it.
Do you use corrective concealers? If so, which ones are your favorites?
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