[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I’ve been dying to try the e.l.f. Camo Colour Correctors, in particular the blue one. It’s just so…. blue! I don’t really use concealers as such – skin is skin, and I’ll let it be, but the blue shade which deletes orange or sallow tones gave me such a strong call that I had to give it a go.
There are actually five tones on the corrector roll call and they follow the colour wheel basics. Yellow corrects pink, green corrects red, orange and peach correct blue, blue corrects orange. So, under eyes tend to have blue or yellow tones, cheeks are probably the most likely to have pink tones and pigmentation can be pink, peach or orange.
You may want to use more than one shade, depending upon what you’re looking to correct but consider these your SOS for issues outside of your skin’s natural presentation, such as sunburn (green) or brightening (yellow). Blue is its own saviour to add to bases that are a little too orange.
The Les Beiges Water Fresh Tint (bottom swatch) I showed you yesterday was too deep in tone so I’ve added a couple of dabs of the e.l.f. Camo Colour Corrector in blue into it by mixing in my hand. The top swatch is the result.
It looks even more obvious in this picture where one half of my face (left) is wearing the tint with no colour adjustment and the other with the adjustment. It’s most noticeable on my forehead.
I would just snap it up at £4 a pop, no questions asked HERE. I can see as I’m linking that all the shades are running low or selling out completely – there are still (at the time of writing) some blue. I think they’ll roll out to Sephora pretty soon and of course there will be a restock in due course.
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Wow! This blue brightened up that dark-ish Chanel beautifully! Amazing… But if you just look at this blue by itself in the vial – slightly scary 🙂 Very interesting concept, but for this price tag totally worth experimenting… Thank you, Jane!
Yes – it’s just a genius little hack product and as you say – £4! such good value.