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- Saffron to neutralize blue or purple tones, in fair to medium skin tones. Typically used under the eye area.
- Sunflower to neutralize blue tones in medium to deep skin tones. Typically used under the eye area.
- Mint to conceal red blemishes such as acne, or rosacea.
- Lavender to disguise sallow yellow tones, or to brighten dull tones. Typically used on age spots, or dark skin on eye lids.
Ingredients: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Zinc Oxide, Silica, Boron Nitride, Iron Oxides, Ultramarines
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Whitney: a few months ago
I've only tried the saffron for under the eyes and it works super well. You only need a little otherwise you might get a yellow tint, but that small amount really goes a long way and can make the reds and purples around the eye disappear... It's awesome :) Combine it with a touch of powdered mineral foundation and some highlighting, and you'll look bright eyed and fresh! Before application just make sure to apply a good hydrating moisturizer that isn't sticky at all, as it is a powder and it can actually make any wrinkles more prominent. Or you might be to apply one of those natural makeup set face sprays afterwards for a dewier look. I haven't tried this, but I think it would work well, for those of us with some lines around our eyes and want to avoid the dried-up wrinkled look.
Nikki: more than a year ago
Ordered the Mint colour corrector for red spots/areas on my chin and forehead and LOVE it! Put it on after my moisturizer and under my Pure Anada Matte Foundation and it blends well and takes away all red...lasts the whole day. The container is small, but it will definitely last me a long time - a little goes a long way.