This is the palette I reach for every single day when I do my makeup. It has everything you need to make your complexion look better, and I use it even on the days that I’m not going to be wearing foundation.
What makes the palette so indispensable is that it has five colours of creamy correctors so that you can literally trouble-shoot your skin using makeup. The larger peach shade is for under-eye circles – boy, am I glad that they gave us so much of this because I need it some days. I mix it with the pale yellow and use it under my eyes to combat the darkness and brighten at the same time. If you have darker skin tone or very dark circles, use the dark orange to correct under your eyes, and follow-up with concealer or foundation – then powder on top. I use the pale lemon shade in the centre of my face (on top of foundation) to brighten my face, and I tap the green shade on top of any breakouts.
The pale yellow powder is perfect – it’s silky smooth and almost sheer so that it sets makeup without making it look too powdery.
The creamy correctors blend beautifully and look natural – but if you’re prone to creasing makeup, you will likely find that these crease too. I find they sometimes crease slightly but I usually use on top of a primer and set with powder so I haven’t found it to be too much of a problem.
Also, a genius touch: covering the creams with a plastic cover so that none of the powder gets on them when you use it. My creamy correctors have stayed very clean and neat thanks to the cover.
Notice, too, the large mirror inside the palette. It’s thoughtful, high-end packaging, and I usually hold the palette in one hand while I do my makeup with the other, right by the window in my bathroom.
If you’re new to correcting, I would suggest picking up this palette so that you can experiment with different shades of correctors to see the difference they can make on your face.