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Concealers | Makeup Concealers and Color Correctors | Coastal Scents
Have you ever wanted to try color correcting, but you're not sure where to start? In today's post we're breaking down this technique, and explaining shade by shade exactly where to use each color. We've also included brush recommendations for easy application. After reading today's post, you'll be color correcting like a pro in no time! #CoastalScents
How to Use Color-Correcting Concealers Like a Pro | Skincare.com by L'Oréal
Want to know the right way to use color correcting concealers? From covering up your dark under-eye circles to hiding redness from blemishes to getting rid of sallow skin, we share a step-by-step guide to color correcting concealers, here.
We've Found the Perfect CC Cream for Your Skin
Olay Total Effects Tone Correcting CC Cream SPF 15, $21.50; amazon.com. The most lightweight of all the creams, it gives a subtler, all-over glow as opposed to full coverage. Bonus: It contains potent ingredients to fade spots over time.%0A"I have really fair skin, and this looked so natural on. Plus, it hid all the redness around my nose." —Megan Collins, assistant managing editor%0AJeffrey Westbrook/Studio D - Redbook.com
Lasting Finish 25H Foundation With Comfort Serum | Rimmel London US
Rimmel London Lasting Finish 25H Foundation With Comfort Serum SPF 20 (Shade: Light Porcelain) $8 : (Shade Comparisons) Instant perfect coverage that feels extra comfortable and lasts all day - Blends flawlessly, seamlessly, instantly and easily into the skin - Sweat, heat, humidity and transfer proof for up to 25 hours.
Color Correcting - Macy's
Still trying to find a concealer that perfectly matches your skin tone? Well, stop what you’re doing and listen up. The secret to flawless skin is using colors that are much different than your natural complexion. Green, pink, purple and yellow may not be your average concealer colors, but they actually help fix pesky skin issues like under eye circles, dark spots, yellow patches and dullness that regular shades can’t easily cover up. Check out this guide to find out which colors do what.