How to use a skin colour corrector
If you suffer from rosacea, acne, blemishes or an uneven skin tone, or have dark under-eye circles, it can be tough to even out the tone of your skin.
This is where a skin colour corrector comes in, as it contains different colours to balance different tones within the skin.
Skin colour correctors may look intimidating to use, so in honour of our newly launched Claudia Louch Natural Skin Clinic Quad Corrector, which has a cream base with four colours to balance out and correct all skin tones, we have provided a handy guide.
? Although it may not be immediately apparent, your skin can contain a variety of different tones, including blueness, dark under-eye circles, yellowed or sallow-looking skin and redness ? both within the skin and around blemishes.
? First study your complexion to work out which colours need balancing out. Then choose from the following colours in the Claudia Louch Natural Skin Clinic Quad Corrector:
? Green counteracts redness in the skin (making it ideal for covering rosacea or blemished skin)
? Mauve counteracts yellowed or sallow-looking skin
? Yellow counteracts blueness, bruising and dark under-eye circles
? Pink highlights and brightens darkened areas
? Use your fingers or a brush to apply the desired colours, starting lightly and building up coverage where necessary
? Make sure you blend, blend and blend some more to ensure the colour doesn?t sit on top of the skin or leave tell-tale lines