Master the Art of Using a Color Corrector for Flawless Makeup Look
You’ve spent 30 minutes doing the makeup and end up having a face that turns grey, feels worst bad? In spite of adhering to every step carefully, the stubborn acne marks won’t conceal, the blemishes are still visible and the under eye looks pale. Urgh! The struggle is real!
Even after applying the concealer, foundation, and powder, if your makeup is taking a massive hit then you might be missing a very important makeup product, Color Corrector. A little bit of color corrector goes a long way in keeping the makeup intact and giving an even tone finish to the face. How? Scroll down to unravel the mystery.
Before we continue further, let’s understand what color correcting is.
Color corrector is a method of using skin complementing colors that helps in covering the discoloration or unevenness of the skin. It is formulated with a lightweight creamy texture which is close to the formulation of a concealer. A few years ago, it was one of the magical makeup products which were only used by makeup artists. But thanks to social media influencers, they have shed light on the use of color correctors and infused the zeal of pulling off a perfect makeup look by sitting at home.
There are two important things to identify before starting the use of a color corrector.
Where do you need to correct?
Under the eyes, around the mouth and nose, or the area where there is discoloration.
What do you need to correct?
Redness, blemishes, acne marks, pigmentation, and other scar-related issues.
Due to the change in climate, pollution, and disrupted sleep cycle, we face a lot of skin issues that are prominent on the face. But, thanks to the makeup world, for introducing this miraculous product, a color corrector that has always saved the day for everyone. Generally, the Indian skin tone requires 2 important color correctors, Orange and Green.
Orange Color Corrector
You always make a promise, “today, I am going to watch only one episode” and end up watching the entire season! And the next day, dark circles come up saying hello beautiful! Irritating, isn’t it? But, hey, we have a savior combo to conceal those uninvited dark circles. All you need is SÉRY Fade it Color Corrector- Orange and a concealer that suits your skin tone. Always remember that the concealer you use should have good coverage so that it covers the color corrector and gives an even finish. SÉRY Hi-Cover Super Coverage Concealer is an expert at concealing blemishes and becomes more effective when paired with the color corrector. Both of the products are curated with the goodness of conditioning agents that keep the skin healthy.
How to use an Orange Color Corrector?
After prepping the skin, with the help of a flat brush take a little amount of color corrector and apply it under and around the eyes. Do not apply the excess product at once, SÉRY Color Correctors have buildable coverage so start with a little amount, add more if required, and blend it well.
After that, apply the liquid concealer and blend it carefully so that no orange shade is visible. If you want to highlight the under eye then, additionally, take a concealer one shade lighter than the skin tone and apply a little amount of it over the regular concealer.
To avoid creases, always dab the under eye with a setting powder or SÉRY Translucent Powder.
Green Color Corrector
You are religiously following the day and night skincare routine to keep those pimples and acne at bay. But, yet pimples, acne, and redness won’t forget your skin address. Don’t worry, neutralize their appearance by covering them with SÉRY Fade It – Green Color Corrector. Club it with the concealer that complements the skin tone and conceal it with a seamless finish.
How to use a Green Color Corrector?
Prep the skin with SÉRY Perfect Finish Face Primer, for an even canvas.
Take a flat brush and apply SÉRY Green Color Corrector. Always, start by taking a little amount.
Apply it on the area where there is redness, acne, pimples, or marks. Blend it well with a beauty blender or finger.
Take the SÉRY Concealer of the shade you use and apply it over the green color corrector. Ensure to blend it well, so that it covers the green color. After the whole process, set it with the translucent powder for a mattifying effect.
Follow the less is more concept while using a color corrector because excess of the product will ruin the makeup and leave patches on the skin.