This is beauty makeup used to hide the flaws of an uneven skin tone. These are skin products made to be used under cosmetics to hide imperfections. After applying color correctors, you then apply your regular cosmetics as usual. They are used to perfectly conceal spots and skin blemishes and are bought according to one’s exact skin tone and the right consistency. The consistency is based on how obvious the blemishes on the skin are. They range from sheer to heavy in consistency.
To choose the right color corrector, keep in mind that complementary colors on the color wheel cancel each other out. Hence;
- If you have redness such as rashes a green corrector will help. Based on how bright the redness is, you can choose from sheer to heavy green corrector based on the consistency that will cover your blemish
- Rosacea and broken skin capillary discoloration can be dealt with using yellow correctors
- If you have sallow skin, you can use pink correctors to deal with this.
- Under eye circles, bruises and dark spots caused by sun damage can be dealt with using orange or peach correctors
There’s a lot more you can do with skin correctors although they can be a bit tricky. You must visit a knowledgeable cosmetics vendor who will give you the right advice on the right color of skin correctors to use for your skin discoloration to avoid making costly purchases that are not right for you.
This is a beauty product that unlike in the case of color corrector is not available in a variety of colors rather in shades of different skin tones. To conceal imperfections on your skin using this product you are expected to find a concealer that is ideal for your skin tone.
Whenever you are under bright light, whether at night or in the sunlight, a concealer should be able to cover your blemishes without looking cakey. It can be used to hide dark eye circles and blemish spots. Don’t use too much concealer as it can cause your skin to look cakey.
Once you apply concealer or color correctors, you can then use foundation and powder on top. Makeup has so many secrets you can use to hide your blemishes. Keep in mind that this is done to allow you time to heal your blemishes and any other skin problems you may be dealing with.
So when not in cosmetics, preferably at night, you are expected to use a skin care product that will gradually fade off spots, deal with skin discoloration or any other skin problems you have. By doing this you will find that with time, you will only have to use very little cosmetics on your skin but radiate flawless beauty.