Ola Shopcoholics! Eversince I can remember, I’ve been struggling with dark under eye circles. Until now, I’m still looking for that HG product to help minimize my dark circles. I’ve been using The Ordinary’s Caffeine serum for more than a month now and can’t wait to post my review in a few weeks.
Aside from that, I am also on the quest to find the perfect underye corrector. I bought a few products this month, the famous Bobbi Brown Corrector and the Becca Undereye Brightening corrector (review to follow soon).
Bobbi Brown Corrector in Light Peach and Extra Light Peach Bisque
Designed to brighten undereyes and cover even the most stubborn dark circles, this creamy, blendable formula instantly neutralizes discoloration and layers perfectly under concealer.
Paraben-free, phthalate-free, sulfate-free, sulfite-free, free of animal derived ingredients
WHO IT'S FOR:
Anyone who has very dark under eye circles or who wants extra coverage.
Extra Light Peach Bisque
Available in more than 16 color correcting shades pink and peach based shades formulated for all types of under eye discoloration.
WHERE TO BUY:
I really like the flip top packaging with a mirror coz it is handy to carry and it won't take too much space in your makeup kit. The mirror is also convenient for easy touch-ups. In my case, I rarely touch up my base products because it lasts the whole day even when I sweat (with a good primer, setting powder and setting spray).
Swatches on NC20 skin tone
Light Peach - a light yellow peach color that corrects brown/grey/greenish discoloration under the eyes.
Extra Light Peach Bisque - very light pink bisque color for extreme grey discoloration
Here’s a guide according to Bobbi Brown in choosing the right corrector for you.
BISQUE shade - for blue or purple discoloration
PEACH shade - for brown or grey discoloration
PEACH BISQUE shade - if you have both blue/purple and grey discolations
General rule when choosing correctors for the under eye circles depending on your skin tone:
Fair to light skin tones - salmon corrector
Light to medium skin tones - peachy corrector
Medium to dark skin tones - orangey corrector
Dark to deep skin tones - reddish corrector
When applying correctors, you use it prior to concealer application to correct/neutralize problem areas first. After applying my Bobbi Brown Corrector, I use the Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer kit in Sand Php 2,450 (please refer to pick above) to cover my dark under eye circles. This kit contains a concealer and a yellow toned pressed powder to brighten the under eyes and to set the concealer and prevent it from creasing.
I’m impressed with this corrector! The shades that I bought are a perfect match for my Fair NC20 skin tone, for reference I have greenish and purplish dark circles that’s why I bought two shades to see which one suits me best, thank goodness both shades works just fine. You only need a small amount of this product, and it instantly brightens my under eye area. Using a corrector makes a difference especially if you suffer from dark under eye circles. I highly recommend this product!
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