Collection cosmetics colour correcting concealers

Even just writing the title for this post is making my head hurt!! If you are like me then you will find any excuse to wear a full coverage flawless makeup look and go all out! One of the best ways to get a flawless base is to use colour correcting products to combat unwanted tones throughout the skin, which is why I was super excited when Collection came out with their own range in the drugstore.

I think everyone's favourite drugstore concealer is the Collection lasting perfection concealer, and
if it's not your favourite then you've definitely tried it. I can't remember what doing my makeup
was like before I used this concealer. When I heard that they were releasing the same concealer but for colour correcting it was inevitable that I was going to buy it. The best part about this, other
than the concealer itself, is that it is so accessible and affordable at a price of £4.19 each.

Lemon 1 
The lemon shade helps brighten under the eye and tackle dark circles.

Green 2
Counteracts redness from blemishes and any discoloration on the skin.

Lilac 3
Brightens a dull complexion by cancelling out unwanted yellow tones.

The consistency and coverage of the lasting perfection concealer is the main selling point, as it
is a full coverage concealer that isn't too thick to the point where it becomes cakey on the skin. I
like using these over the skin rather than under my eyes as they do tend to crease when used alone. To make these last even longer I would recommend using them under your foundation as not only will that help colour correct, but also avoids using excess products. To avoid touching up throughout the day I would recommend setting your face with a translucent loose powder, and a makeup setting spray to ensure that your're look lasts all day long! If you are on the go or you don't want to buy all 3, Collection also do a compact palette containing the 3 colour correctors in a cream form and a regular concealer for only £4.99 at Superdrug.

If you are unsure of how to colour correct then check out Superdrug's
 ultimate guide to colour correcting.


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