|Colour Correcting Make-Up|
Today I wanted to share with you some tips on Colour Correcting if your eager to try this trend out, but your not sure on where to start. I also wanted to share some drugstore options, if your budget can't quite stretch to some of the high end releases out there.
|How to Colour Correct|
Lastly is salmon, which is the perfect under eye brightener. Use this alone or mix it with your regular concealer to erase those bags away!
To finish blend everything in and then go ahead with your normal foundation routine on top. And if your still unsure on where to apply your colour correctors, Sephora have an excellent guide, that caters for every skin tone and concern.
As I mentioned above, I also wanted to share with you a few drugstore colour correcting finds. for if your budget won't quite stretch to some of the high-end options or if your completely new to the whole concept and you just want an affordable option to practise with first.
Soap and Glory Kick Ass Colour Correctors
These are a new launch from Soap and Glory and they also fall under the Kick Ass family. These chubby stick correctors come in four shades including,
1. Fake Away - a yellow for dark circles
2. Super Blur - a white, which is for erasing imperfections
3. All is Calm (above) - a green, which is great for redness
4. Just Bright (above) - a purple, which helps tired skin
These retail for £8 and are great for beginners as they are easy to use.
Revolution Ultra Professional Corrector Palette
This really is the ultimate colour correcting palette from Revolution, plus it costs only £6! The palette contains eight creamy shades to help a wide variety of concerns, but I would say this is more suited to someone who already has some colour correcting knowledge, as there is lot of shades in this palette that can look quite daunting if you don't know what your doing with them.
MUA Pro-Base Prime & Conceal Powder
Lastly is this powder option form MUA. This comes in at only £4 and consists of four correcting colours that can be mixed for an all over quick correction if your short of time, or they can be used separately too. If you are looking for a high end version of this then Laura Gellar do a fab option called Balance-n-Brighten Color Correcting Foundation.