You know, these Dior Backstage Secrets Colour Filters are really excellent. There are four ‘Fix It’ colours – apricot, yellow, blue and green – and I’ve tried both yellow and apricot on my dark circles. I got a slightly better ‘fix’ with the yellow (my tone is warm) and it’s generally for discolouration that is plum-tinged, so broken veins is a good example. It’s better for light toned skin, but under make up, pretty much eradicated my dark circles. I’d use that under foundation, and the apricot version for a more natural base, such as a BB or tinted moisturiser.
The inner core is a soft focus formula (I can’t say I noticed any soft focus) and the outer core is the adjusting pigment. I really have to be so careful what I use under my eyes – concealers that contain a lot of powder looks terrible and sinks straight into any creases, but this didn’t. Definitely keepers, both of them!
The Dior Backstage Secrets Colour Filters deliver an impressive amount of pigment and it seems more than your average concealer. Big recommend from me but do try before you buy so you get the right one. The blue filter is for upping radiance (not sure how that works on target areas), and the green neutralizes redness.
The Dior Backstage Secrets Colour Filters also launch on August 1st for £23.50 each.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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