This T. LeClerc Corrector Palette ($37.50) is more than a pretty kaleidoscope of pastels. It's also a terrific product to own all year round. Each pastel shade is actually a concealer with a specific purpose, such as covering dark circles, evening out blotchiness, or masking redness. To read about the specific functions of each of the colors,
- Tilleul (Green): Since it is the opposite of red on the color wheel, this pale green helps cover blemishes, redness from sunburn blotchiness, or any general redness. If you like this, you would also appreciate Acti'mine Makeup base in Kiwi by Givenchy.
- Banane (Pale Yellow): The light yellow concealer helps brighten your skin. You can use it on the upper part of your cheek bones to reflect light or under your eyes to mask dark blue circles.
- Parme (Light Tan): This natural color can be used to brighten skin and camouflage discolorations. It also doubles as an eyeshadow base.
- Beige (Neutral Beige): This is a great everyday concealer for most complexions. You can use this as the "white" in your palette to create other shades to suit your specific needs.
- Orchidee (Lavender): This pretty purple is a lifesaver for hiding brown spots, age spots, and sun spots. It's also perfect mixed with beige on dark skin tones, but if your skin is very pink, you might want to steer clear of this one.