Everyone has beauty imperfections they want to hide. The best part is that there are ways to conceal these blemishes. They are called color correctors and these correctors range in colors much like a rainbow. The trick is to find what color you need to counteract your imperfection. To help make it easier to understand which color counteracts with which flaw, I devised a table to follow:
1. GREEN – Neutralizes redness
2. PINK – brightens & hides fatigue
3. YELLOW – cancels out hyperpigmentation
4. MELON – brightens medium skin tones
Personally, I suffer from dull and red complexion tones. To counteract this, I went to Sephora and chose the green and melon color correctors. The green color corrector helped conceal the redness around my nose, while the melon color corrector helped solve the discoloration and dullness that appeared in and around my eye area. These gel-colored correctors are light and buildable, according to your needs. It comes with a cotton swab like applicator which has made application very easy.
The Sephora Bright Future Color Correctors takes those flaws (real or not) and hides them to bring out the better you. What’s best about this product is it contains Pineapple Ceramide. Pineapple Ceramide helps to improve the appearance of skin texture and adds brightness. Just dip, dot, and blend to neutralize before you conceal.
The product is affordable and awesome for color correcting. I like the dot application so I am in control of the amount of product I am using. I used the melon shade on my medium complexion to brighten some of my skin dullness and discoloration, and green for the redness around my nose, before concealing them with foundation. The Sephora Bright Future Color Corrector has great coverage, blends flawlessly, and does not leave you with a thick or chalky feel.
I will say that during my research there were some complaints regarding the amount of product in the tube, in that they were running out of product too quickly. In my personal experience, I had the product for a while before running out, but it could be the amount I was using in comparison to some who were using more than me.
In conclusion. I would purchase the Sephora Bright Future Color Corrector. It is not costly, comes in a variety of shades which should cover many different flaws, and it is long lasting.
This product may be purchased at Sephora, naturally. It retails for $14.00.