Corrector wheels are the handiest things to have – there are so many products around for giving a perfected base, knocking down redness, disguising dark circles and obliterating shadows but a colour wheel gives you a chance to practice with what works for you.
In texture, the Morphe Corrector Wheel feels quite dry and thick – you need only the tinest amount – but on the other hand, it’s easy to blend it into some generic cream to get a more hydrated feeling. The pigment is plentiful, so you won’t lose too much of the correcting powers if you do this. I know that Morphe is best known for its brushes (which I’ll be reporting on in a later post), but I think this wheel is great value at £7.95 if you want to play at being your own makeup artist with tone correcting.
As a rough guide, green neutralises red tones, violet brings tone any yellow tones, pink and peach are good for dark circles, while yellow sorts out any purple tones in the skin such as veins. The white central shade is a general highlighter. I think this kind of product is for people who are base-perfectionists; personally, I don’t use concealers very often, but I’m pleased to have everything in one place for when I do.
You can find the Morphe Corrector Wheel HERE.
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