There is a color-correcting set available with almost every single beauty brand at Sephora. How does one choose which one will work the best? Are the more expensive ones worth it? NEVER buy color-correcting products that are from a drugstore and under $10. I love to get mascara and eyeliners from drugstores, but when you are looking for something that will actually help improve your skin coloring, it is worth it to splurge a little more. I have tried a $6 color corrector from an off-brand, and let me tell you it did… nothing. Now this does not mean that you need the most expensive one, but I definitely recommend meeting with one of the beauty consultants in the store before just adding one to your cart. Because I have combination skin, I wanted to get something where all of the color correcting colors were in one palette vs. buying multiple separate ones at $30 a piece.
I decided on: Tarte’s Limited-edition Wipeout Color-Correcting Palette for $45.00
(Check out their other water edition products, they are amazing and have such cute packaging)
My main skin issue: Dark spots from acne after I have put on foundation, as well as redness in these areas as well
Just make sure to blend well after applying the corrections, and do not forget to moisturize before! A harder brush will be needed in order to have the color-correcting product transfer onto the brush. When trying a new soft and fluffy brush, it was not transferring.
The look completed is shown above! One of my favorite lip products from Tarte: Their Matte lip colors - I chose “The Tarteist Lip Colors” in shade Bestie