Top Ten Color Correctors on Influenster
We’ve all been there, desperately trying to cover imperfections and blemishes that seemingly appeared overnight. While your go-to concealer may be the first thing you reach for, you may want to consider adding one of these ten color-correcting concealers to your daily regimen. Color correctors hide common imperfections such as discolored skin tone, redness, and other blemishes. We’ve listed the top ten color correcting concealers voted by Influensters like you, so keep reading to see our top picks!
Price: $28 at Sephora
Influensters rated Urban Decay Naked Skin CC the best color correcting product. The formula comes in five hues to help neutralize skin discolorations and concerns. Influensters are raving about its ability to help eliminate dark circles and sun spots.
Price: $28 at Sephora
Influensters can’t get enough of Urban Decay Naked color correctors! You gave this paraben-free product 4.8 stars. It touts redness reducing power and a smooth application. This product is made for those of you trying to cancel the redness of a blemish or other imperfections.
Price: $42 at Sephora
This citron-and-lime stick covers and neutralizes redness in a convenient travel size. The marbled formula creates a soft-focus effect on skin and gives the look of an even complexion. Influensters give it 4.4 stars and love how it eliminates redness in cheeks.
Price: $24 at Ulta
Those of you plagued with dark circles, both hereditary and sleep-related, will love this color corrector. Not only does it have the short term benefit of under eye concealment, but it also improves the texture and appearance of skin over time! Influensters said they used it between primer and foundation for full-coverage and gave it 4.0 stars. Many used it as one of their first-steps in makeup application, and after using it to cover your dark circles.
Price: $39 at Sephora
This Smashbox Color Correcting Foundation Primer has serious star power. This formula touts three major features—dark spot correction, wrinkle reduction, and color correction—that help create an even skin tone. It contains vitamins E and A, antioxidants and aloe to help reduce the look of wrinkles and other imperfections. Influensters loved this primer and gave it 4.1 stars!
Price: $33 at Ulta
This Correcting Primer in green is quite the multitasker. Not only is the formula vegan-friendly, but also it offsets redness and brightens skin to create a natural looking glow. The easy-to-use packaging and skin correcting power had Influensters raving. It has an impressive 4.6-star ranking.
Lightweight, oil-free and moisturizing, MakeUp For Ever HD Microperfecting Primer is a perfect base product for your makeup routine. The best feature may be its ability to protect your skin as a shield, which prevents other makeup products from penetrating your skin. The formulated Silica microbeads act as light refractors, and give your skin a soft-focus effect. Made in seven hues to correct and enhance color, Influensters loved how it eliminated the redness in cheeks and gave it a 4.2-star ranking.
Price: $11.99 at Ulta
You gave Nyx Color Correcting Concealer 4.2 stars, ranking it eighth on our top ten list. The palette includes six correcting shades and Nyx’s lightweight formulas have benefits such as dark circle correction and yellow undertone correction. A serious multitasker, this set of color correcting concealers has Influensters raving about its value and effectiveness.
Price: $2.99 at Walgreens
This E.l.f. Studio Tone Correcting Powder is much more than a vibrant palette. Its lightweight formula helps to even out skin tone and absorb excess oil, just in time for the warmer months to come! Use the quad separately, or blend them together to neutralize unwanted red and yellow undertones in skin. Affordable and a perfect setting powder, Influensters gave it 3.6 stars.
Price: $38 at Sephora
Last, but certainly not least, is the Saint Laurent Touche Eclat Neutralizer line. Its three shades—violet, green, and bBisque—are customizable and give flawless correction. Green corrects unwanted blemishes and redness, while violet corrects yellow undertones and lackluster skin. My favorite, bisque, corrects and conceals pesky under-eye circles and bags while illuminating the eye area. Influensters gave it a 4.3-star rating and said its results were worth the splurge.
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