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BECCA Backlight Targeted Color Corrector
4.14 / 5 based on 113 Reviews
Neutralizes sallowness & dullness.see more...
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BECCA Backlight Targeted Color Corrector
Review for: Peach, Papaya more...
I got this in both the peach and papaya colors, because I have terrible dark circles and wasn't sure which color would work best. I found this product to be incredibly disappointing. The texture seems like it would be a cream, but it's very sheer and doesn't actually give good color correction. Rather, this gave me an oily sheen under my eyes, with super see-through coverage... The worst part was, this wouldn't blend with any concealer I tried. Instead, it just made a greasy mess. The slight color correcting this BECCA product gives isn't worth anything if you can't use concealer, otherwise you'll just have peachy-red undereyes. At least that will distract from your dark circles...? Conclusion: Total waste of money. Would NOT recommend.
Review for: Pistachio more...
I really love this product. As someone with a lot of facial redness I need a green color corrector to help even out my complexion, especially right around my nose and mouth. This is very creamy and pliable, not super pigmented, which I think is better because too much green pigment can make people look a bit sick. This can be layered easily if you feel like your first application isn't enough, or if you have more redness one day and less on another. My one gripe is that this almost seems to have a sort of shimmer, or sheen to this, which makes me appear oily even before I actually start to get oily. My best way to combat that has been with translucent powder. This is pricey, but I managed to snag it for half price at Ulta.
I love this corrector. I use it in the shade Peach for my under eyes. I have dark circles both hereditary and lack of sleep. It is super creamy and a little goes a long way. It lasts a very long time for me and it does not make my concealer crease or move. I will continue to repurchase. I have probably been through about 3 of them already. Love this one versus the under eye brightening corrector. This one does not have any sparkle whereas the other one does. I would definitely recommend. They have other colors too!
I like how this uses a bright colored product to combat under eye dark circles at first i was skeptical but was amazed after watching videos and using the product myself. I put it on then add concealer on top of it. Definitely notice a difference. Great price as you only need a tiny amount a little goes a long way.BECCA Blacklight Targeted Colour Corrector
This stuff works!!! My undereye dark circles can get dark sometimes, and this stuff definitely corrects it. It looks a bit scary when I put it on my skin but it does the trick. I took a star away for the fact that this is on a pot and I’m not a huge fan of pots. I have long nails so i have to use a brush. Other than that... great product for what I need it.
I use this product for under my eyes and it works incredibly well to cover up my dark circles! The only thing is to make sure you layer up in foundation on top and concealer nicely. Since the product is so pigmented, there’s a chance the red could bleed through if you don’t blend well.
This provides just the right amount of subtle glow and brightening to the under-eye area. It is emollient and makes blending a breeze. I love that it does not dry out my under eye area. This product makes me more awake. I love to use it as a highlighter on my cheekbones, too!
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Can you apply it allover you face- red spots or does it work best for under eyes?
I have red rosacea like spots on my cheeks, would this work for that? And does it clump under foundation?
Is this corrector worth the price? Does it settle in fine lines? I have dry skin especially under eyes
How well does this cover up red? My blood vessels are close to the top of my skin in my cheeks so I need something that will do some heavy duty color correcting
This colour is obviously a different shade of green than most green coloured correctors. Does this make it more effective?
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