The COLOUR CORRECTOR KIT correct and cover small imperfec¬tions. The correcting shades in this palette balance any discolouration as well as concealing blemishes with a natural finish. For use under foundation.
• 5in1: Correcting shades
• High coverage
• Counteracts discolouration
• Eliminates small imperfections
• Easy to blend
• Long wearing
• Creamy formula for smooth & even application
Orange concealers: This colour is suitable for darker skin tones. An orange concealer is the best option for covering dark circles or other spots with deep discolouration.
Neutral concealers: Any regular concealer works well to veil small imperfections or an occasional pimple. Choose a shade similar to the skin tone, or one shade lighter.
Yellow concealers: They are perfect for hiding purple or blue bruises, veins, and under-eye circles, hence yellow being right across from purple on the colour wheel. Yellow concealers are the best option to obtain a bright base for foundation.
Green concealers: The colour green neutralises the colour red, which is why green concealers are wonderful for cov¬ering any redness on the skin. Use a green based concealer to remove redness from spots, or any acne scars. If the skin has widespread redness, (rosacea, windburn or sunburn), a green primer would be the best choice to reduce redness for an even toned base and flawless foundation application.
Purple, lavender or lilac concealers: These are suitable for eliminating any unwanted yellow undertones. Skin types with a dull complexion will appreciate how a purple concealer adds a beautiful glow to the skin. Purple is directly across from yellow on the colour wheel. So to combat yellow tones in the skin, consider a purple colour correcting primer. To conceal yellow spots, a concealer is the best solution.
Pink concealers: This concealer is a mix between a salmon and peach colour and is ideal for brightening the eye area and covering signs of fatigue. This particular concealer colour is a mixture of red, orange, and yellow hues that are across from the darker colours on the colour wheel. Pink is therefore a brilliant shade to combat dark under-eye circles. Since it is a great brightening agent, pink concealer also works well to give sallow olive toned skin a much-needed radiance.
HOW TO USE
Mastering the art of concealer has a lot to do with understanding the basics of colour correction. An easy tool to use when trying to master colour correcting, is the colour wheel. For instance, red is directly across from green on the colour wheel. The green colour will neutralise the red, hence green concealer works best to cover red blemishes.