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They are of different colors and perform different functions. They are able to conceal every skin imperfection from freckles and red spots to blemishes and under-eye circles. Besides, they are perfect tools for balancing out your skin tone Well, there are no prizes for guessing, it is referred to color-correcting primers and concealers.
How to Choose Right Color-Correcting Cosmetics
There are five basic tones of color-correcting primers, each performing its special beauty function. Learn when and why to use them.
Orange corrector is perfect for balancing cool skin tones. It is not necessary to go for bright carrot-colored corrector only, as there are lots of other milder orange-y options such as tangerine, apricot or mellow ones. It can be used to conceal hyperpigmentation, age spots as well as dark under-eye circles. Besides, there is no better remedy to hide bluish-greenish veins and unwanted tattoos.
Recently Kim Kardashian has tweeted a photo of her where she demonstrates her love for yellow concealer. And you know, there is nothing accidental about her choice, as yellow primer/corrector is greatly known for its complexion-brightening properties. It can give your skin an instant glow and is perfect for concealing pink-toned blemishes.
Pink can be deservedly named a universal corrector shade. It can be used on cheeks, eyes and lips. It can revive dull complexion greatly and is perfect to soften olive tones. Besides, you can apply a bit of pink primer or corrector to the inner and outer corner of your eyes to add radiance to your look.
Blue (the same as lilac, purple or mauve) corrector shades are irreplaceable if youd like to brighten your olive skin tone. Therewith bluish-colored correctors can be used for neutralizing yellow-based blemishes and even self-tanners streaks.
When it comes to green, we can assure it is perfect corrector shade to neutralize extreme redness. Green corrector can conceal any red disaster whether it be rosacea, red spots, pimples, ruddiness, or scars.
To avoid makeup disaster, be sure you apply just a bit of any chosen corrector and blend it carefully.