Ever wondered what are those yellow, green, red, peach shades in your concealers palettes are for?? I know it sounds strange to use these colors all over your face that isn’t even close to your skin color and I agree. But once it’s used correctly it really does help correct your skin and hide any flaws you have. Color correctors are usually used for hiding all sorts of pigmentations, discoloration, scars, under eye bags or puffiness etc. on the skin.
So if you’re one of those people wondering what the heck all these colors mean and how are they used, I’m here to help you! This guide will help you understand which color helps in rectifying what type of skin problem. So let’s begin!
The color green neutralizes the color red, which is why green concealers are wonderful for getting rid of any redness on your face like an annoying zit, or any acne scars.
If you have widespread redness like a windburn or sunburn, then you can also use a color correcting green primer which will significantly reduce redness and give an even-toned base for flawless foundation application.
These are ideal for brightening around the eye area and masking signs of fatigue. This color is best to cover up dark under eye circles. Since it’s a great brightening agent, these concealers also work well to cover raccoon eyes and to give sallow olive tones skin a much-needed radiance.
They are perfect for hiding purple or blue bruises, veins, and under eye circles. Yellow concealers are typically the most general, and are great for evening out skin tone to give a bright base for your foundation.
This color is perfect for people with very deep dark circles or other spots with deep discoloration on the face. This is the best out of all the correctors for people with skin problems.
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