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Cool Concealer Corrector Palettes

These cover palettes are more than just cute and colorful—they're essential tools of the trade. Each shade serves a different function. Purple brightens while hiding age spots and sun spots, green neutralizes redness, tan camouflages, and yellow masks dark circles. You first heard me talk about this genius concept in a post about the T. Le Clerc Corrector Palette. Believe it or not, I'm almost done with mine and so I've been exploring some more concealer palettes that are new to the scene. I can't wait to hear what you think! Also, for more more individual concealers I love, click here.

Sephora Concealer Palette ($6) is a small-sized solution for any of your many skin emergency needs. It contains four different creamy concealers and a small sized brush for blending away on-the-spot flaws!

For one more cool concealer corrector palette,

Physician's Formula 4-In-1 Concealing Palette ($7.95) comes in a sleek silver sphere and contains three different colored concealer, one setting powder a mirror and a brush. It is available in two undertones: green or yellow, depending if your skin is more sallow or pink.

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the-makeup-blogette the-makeup-blogette 10 years
this is nice.. but i would never know wat shade to use for which purpose.. you got to use this correctly or it could go really wrong. only for PROs.. hahah
Quindigo Quindigo 10 years
I dunno, I try all these different concealers and I still can't cover this weird blue mark I get in the corner & under my eye :(
lucyS lucyS 10 years
Just make sure to blend that green really, really well. I had a very embarrassing experience with that once.
sofi sofi 10 years
I bought the Sephora one last time I was in store and used it some- haven't played around with it much- seems ok. I was looking through Ulta's site and noticed this really cheap one: (hope that link works) I think I'll pick it up next time. What a great concept!
vienvien vienvien 10 years
DHC skincare sells something like these too---correcting concealer that are based on colors
BelleRose BelleRose 10 years
I could use something like this.
prettypopj prettypopj 10 years
i really like the models prefer conceler like this x
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