Colour correctors are nothing new but I like the fact that if you want to, you can tackle just about anything with this one, including covering up freckles (don’t you dare!). Six different shades take you through redness neutralising with green, yellow neutralising with lilac for sallowness, rose to even out dark spots, yellow to knock out purple tones such as under eye shadows and orange to combat blue tones. I’ve got very dark circles under my eyes and it’s just a characteristic of my face that no amount of sleep will get rid of so I am completely used to them, but I did find that the orange shade in the bottom corner of the palette did the job pretty well.
The texture is quite creamy – if I use anything at all under my eyes, it usually shows by making my whole under eye area look worse, not better, but this formula doesn’t seem too powdery so that didn’t happen. You need to wear this under any base, so you’re adding to the product weight on your face so I would avoid this completely on a hot day where you can’t bear the thought of anything extra on your skin. However, if you love the absolutely flawless complexion look then this is definitely fun to play with and to add finesse to the finish. The only shade I didn’t feel worked particularly well was blue to conceal freckles – it didn’t have much impact on mine at all.
The Sleek MakeUP Colour Corrector Palette launches on 29th July for £7.99.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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