Choosing a Corrector or Concealer

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Heavy Duty Mineral Powder Correctors

Our Mineral Powder Corrector Powders provide a silky matte finish.  Choosing a corrector or concealer see below:

CONCEALER

Yellow: Hides Undereye Circles, Dark Spots and Purple Blotches, Adds Warmer Tones when used with Cool Toned Foundations.

CORRECTORS

Mint (Green): Many people call this colour a concealer but it is actually a corrector as it corrects redness in the skin.  It covers Redness from Sunburn, Acne and Rosacea.

Blue: Corrects Orange Tones from Sunless Tanning Products. Also works well as a finishing powder. Neutralizes undereye circles for darker complexions. May also be used as a finishing powder for a fresh look or as an eyeshadow.

Apricot:  Brightens Dull, Tired complexions. Also used to warm up Olive or Yellow complexions. May also be used as a finishing powder to brighten your complextion or as an eyeshadow or blush.


Pink: Helps Cover up Dark circles and Imperfections. Brightens Dull, Tired Complexions. May also be used as a beautiful blush or an eyeshadow.

Lavender: Gives Yellow and Sallow Complexions a Healthy Glow. Will brighten up Dull, Olive Tones. Corrects yellow bruising. May also be used as a finishing powder to brighten your complexion or as an eyeshadow or blush.

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