Being South Asians, We have all dealt with the problem of some hyper pigment here and there on our faces. Color correctors seem to provide a solution and make our lives easy by giving us a more even skin tone but, the problem here is that most of us struggle with the house to use these beauty products like a wide range of formulas and shades can get intimidating for the beginners to use.
The usual concealers often fail to give us an even skin tone and conceal our imperfections. This is where the need for a color corrector comes in. These color correctors work like magic and help you get rid of many skin problems ranging from blemishes, dark spots to pigmentation of all kinds.
The formulas differ inconsistency. If the discoloration on your face is prominent and darker in color, then you need a thicker and heavier formula to apply under your base to make your overall complexion even. If your discoloration is moderate, then you need to invest in more sheer and light formulas.
Now, we’re left with what color of these color correctors goes where. We have brought down for you a complete guide about these shades for you to make color correcting a breeze!
This shade of color correctors works batter on fair skin tones with a pink undertone. This will help dark spots and cover any undereye darkness or circles that are giving an unappalling appearance. You can also use a sheer pink color corrector under your base to add some luminosity and flush to your overall makeup look.
These correctors work best for medium to dark skin tones. This will also help tone down any dark or grey patches on the skin. People with medium to dark skin tones often have severe discoloration around the mouth area and have dark eye circles. Apply this color corrector onto those areas to make your skin tone more even.
This color works best for canceling out any redness on your face. If you have any active pimple or acne or even a scar, apply this green color onto those places to make your skin tone even and make the foundation application process even more balanced.
Purple and lilac color correctors tend to reduce the excess yellow tones on your skin. If you have extremely pale skin and have dullness on your face, then use this lavender color corrector to cover those spots. You can also use a sheer lavender corrector for a brighter and radiant overall finished look.