Are you using the correct colours for colour correction? Find out now!
This guide is about colour correcting your skin for the most even-looking skin tone. You can see the correct colour in terms of what goes where their purpose and how to use them! Watch Beauty Hooked’s onboard Insta-Pro Rida from makeupbaeee teach you how it’s done! 🎨
Take the orange/peach corrector on your finger and apply it under your eyes and on your face, targeting where you see the most discolouration! 🧡 Along with hiding hyperpigmentation, if you’d like to treat it with a DIY, we’ve got that here for you!
Take the green/mint from the palette to cancel out any active acne with redness or any old acne scars. Take the product on your finger and tap it in using your finger! ☝
Take the purple/lavender shade and target it in the areas which you think make you look tired. It helps to brighten up your complexion and works wonderfully as targeted brightening for dull-looking skin. It’s all about using the correct colour with colour correction!🌞
Take a damp blender and blend away! Make sure you blend it gently and in time to avoid the product drying and leaving patches behind. 😍
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Beauty Hooked’s Pro Tips On Perfect Colour Correction
- Apply colour corrector if only it’s needed! Using too many layers will only make your makeup look caky!
- Opt for peach as opposed to orange if you have mild pigmentation and your skin is fair to medium. Orange is more difficult to cover which required a lot more concealer and foundation, making your skin look suffocated and caky. Using peach corrects the issue while giving you less to cover!
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