We all have those days where our skin just doesn’t look its best. Maybe you didn’t get a good night’s sleep, or you’re stressed out from work. Whatever the reason, we’ve all been there. But don’t worry, there’s a quick and easy fix: color correctors! Facial color correctors can help even out your skin tone and give you a little boost of confidence. But before you start using them, it’s important to know what they are and how to use them correctly.
The yellow face corrector is good for hiding bags and dark circles under your eyes. Spread the corrector with a thin flat brush from the edge to the inner corner of your eye. To blend it in, use your fingers or a special sponge. If you are using a concealer on top of the corrector, be sure to apply it before the corrector dries completely.
Green corrector is a good product to use if you have skin problems. It can help eliminate redness and hide small pimples. Most green correctors also contain tea tree and salicylic acid, which can help dry out inflamed skin. Apply the corrector with a cotton swab or your fingers, and blend it in well.
Makeup artists recommend using an orange face corrector for dark-skinned girls. The orange corrector makes a face look more rested and fresh. Apply it to the area around the eyes and blend thoroughly. Remember, if you have fair skin, you should not use an orange shade of the corrector.
Lilac or purple corrector can help cover up yellowish bruises and spots on the skin. Also, makeup artists sometimes use a lilac corrector as a shimmer under the eyebrow.
The pink corrector can help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, age spots, and other blemishes. Pink shade can also help to give your face a natural healthy glow.
You can use a white face corrector to brighten up your complexion and make your makeup look fresher. White corrector is also good for making small corrections to your makeup.
How to use it?
Now that you know which colors of facial color correctors to use let’s talk about how to apply them. First, clean your face and apply a moisturizer. Then, using a small brush or your fingers, dab the corrector onto the areas you want to cover up. Be sure to blend well so that there are no visible lines.
Next, apply your foundation as usual. If you’re using a liquid or cream foundation, you can apply it directly over the color corrector. If you’re using a powder foundation, apply a thin concealer layer over the color corrector. It will help the powder adhere to your skin and give you a more natural-looking finish.
Finally, set your makeup with a translucent powder to help it stay in place all day. And that’s it! With these simple tips, you’ll be able to use facial color correctors like a pro.