Here's Your Guide To Color-Correcting Concealers

These rainbow colors can help you achieve an even, flawless complexion.
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If you have acne, rosacea, dark circles, or dull skin, covering them up with layers and layers of flesh-toned concealer will still leave subtle shadows on your face. The key to evening out your complexion is with a color-corrector. It makes use of Color Theory, which aims to cancel out the discoloration of the said concerns.

Color-correctors may come in yellow, peach, purple, and green. Read on to learn each shade's function.

Yellow

If you have purplish-blue eye bags, dab a yellow-toned concealer to cancel out the dark circles. 

Peach

Pinays with medium to light skin tones usually have dark circles leaning towards the green side. Peach or salmon concealers can do a great job of covering the shadows.

Tip: If you have fair skin, opt for a peach tone that's almost pastel, such as a pale pink. On the other hand, if you have a darker skin tone, orange or red can help with your eye bags. [Via StyleCaster]

Purple

Does your complexion look sallow? Bring back the luminous glow of your skin by using a purple or lavender makeup base. This can also tone down a foundation that's too orangey or yellowish. 

Green

Hide any signs of acne, rosacea, and allergies when you apply a light layer of a green corrector. Since green is the opposite of red on the color wheel, any blemish with the slightest red tint can be neutralized.

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