Corrector are a tricky one for me. I have used a few but hadn’t really found one that I really liked. Too creamy, too orange or too pink, too dry or just took too long to blend out and then concealer on top just made everything looked too done up. Becca’s creation is a mix between a corrector and a highlighter. I knew it was going to work soon as I swatched it. Some pictures below of before and after. I am wearing the shade Medium to Dark.
You see! It glides on and blends in seconds and I can actually wear this on it’s own. Just a tiny bit on the dark area, then pat the edges. It’s a cream with minute shimmer that works better with fingers than it would with a brush I think. This pot is going to expire before I run out of it! You need very little for the effect that looks lit without being flat like a concealer does. You are meant to layer a concealer on top. My concealer, which is Urban Decay is a Matt finish and it makes the corrector separate a bit through the day. I don’t have any other concealers at the moment but I’m guessing this cream and this liquid concealer don’t mix well. I have also worn this with Chanel’s tinted moisturiser and although it was all a bit too glowy for me, there was no separation.
I use my fingers to do a whole eye look after. Using Bobbi Brown cream shadow stick in Bark to deepen crease line, Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer in Medium-Dark-Neutral, Benefit Badgal Bang mascara.
I don’t have any other makeup on. Hence the uneven-ness on the rest of my face. I did wear some tinted moisturiser before going out. That’s basically it. Notice the difference in this picture from the first one. It looks so natural as well.