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Best drugstore color correctors for redness and under eye circles?

I am a broke af teenager with redness and purple under eyes 😞 I live in Alberta Canada so I can't get LA girl what are your reccomendations? Thanks so much it means alot xxx

RE: Best drugstore color correctors for redness and under eye circles?

Maybelline age rewind gives decent coverage and they also sell a brighter one around 10$ each

RE: Best drugstore color correctors for redness and under eye circles?

I like the physicians formula concealer twins, one side is green and the other is more peachy. Perfect for redness and dark circles! Using a small amount under foundation/concealer is the best way to go.

Re: Best drugstore color correctors for redness and under eye circles?

NYX makes a very versatile corrector palette that you can use for redness, under eye, dark spots, dullness. I find the colors have enough pigmentation, but are sheer and blend able enough to be user friendly. The consistency is smooth and moisturizing for a palette format concealler. If your skin is oily, I believe NYX makes these colors in individual pots that are fuller coverage with less slip.

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If you find you have more to spend, the Sephora makes my fave redness corrector,  and Urban Decay my fave under eye corrector. They are not too dissimilar from each other or the NYX in effect, I just find the tube applicator faster to use than the palette.

https://www.sephora.com/product/bright-future-color-correctors-P403328?skuId=1735349&icid2=products%...

https://www.sephora.com/product/naked-skin-color-correcting-fluid-P406632?skuId=1776137&icid2=produc...

Re: Best drugstore color correctors for redness and under eye circles?

Hello fellow Canadian 🙂

 

Next time you're in the drug store, let's say Shoppers, try to find the Essence Cosmetics shelf. I find their products really cheap and moderately priced and their items have pretty good quality. I know they have a number of items for colour correction. I bought the colour correcting stick and I thought it was ok (ended up using it as a eye primer).

 

But if you're willing to spending slightly more money, Sephora has their own collection of colour correctors that are MUCH better in quality.

 

A few shades are on sale these days, you can get them for only $9...and if you get them during a sale, you'll save a little more money too 🙂

 

https://www.sephora.com/product/bright-future-color-correctors-P403328?icid2=use%20it%20with:p403328...

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