If you haven’t checked out my recent Boots haul, then click in right here to see what are all I’ve bought it from the store. Well, from the title, you might have guessed what I’m going to talk about and yes, today’s post is all about Nyx Color Correcting Concealer and herewith, I will be sharing some of the key points which makes this concealer palette as the best standalone product among all of its peer competitors. On the other side, there are also some varied response of asking the question as, is this colour correcting technique is the new contouring? Maybe, with so many beauty brands put forth with their own specifications, maybe it is a new era of concealer game. So, stay tuned to see more.
First of all, let me get into its sleek packaging where it comes as a squared box that is milky white in hue and the top of the box is pretty much translucent where it shows the content of the product with transparency. Then, comes the clickable closure of the box which is quite handy to avoid any spillage and the actual product content comes with 6 rectangular pans. Lastly, at the back of the box, it clearly specifies the details of ingredient and expiry date.
There are so many features that is appreciably new to me and some of the key highlights are:
- Product comes with six different colour correcting concealer shades
- Lightweight formula
- Hides skin concerned areas like acne, blemish, scars, dark circle, eye bags and veins
- Great coverage
- Even out imperfections
- Creamy in texture but still remains non-creasy
- Glides on for ultra smooth finish
- Easy to blend and build
- Long lasting
Yes, colour correcting concealers are quite different from regular concealers as each colour specifies each action and hence, it is applied only to those areas where it needs particular attention but instead in regular concealers, you tend to apply to major area on the face. Besides, getting it mastered is a bit challenge but once you have done it, then the beauty world is just in your hands. So, let’s see the real benefits of each colour tone.
- Yellow: It works exemplarily well around the nose area where you need to cover up the light pinky skin conditions
- Green: It is great to conceal areas of redness like acne, blemishes and breakouts
- Purple: Ideally, it neutralises the area of yellow undertones and the other key advantage is, it works as a quintessential brightening base
- Pink: It conceals under eye bag areas on fairer complexion and it instantly brightens up the eye area by covering any fatigue or dark circle and also, it corrects areas of veins and dark spots
- Beige: This is a normal concealer shade where it is easy to apply onto the upper forehead and discoloured skin areas
- Brown: Just apply it onto the jawline area to give that chiselled, sculpted look
- Start the procedure with a well cleaned and washed face.
- Remember to use toner to tone your skin.
- Apply your regular moisturiser that has SPF factor.
- Apply the above shades as per required onto your face.
- Top it up with foundation.
- Using beauty blender, blend it well.
- Now, your perfect foundation base is ready for the next step of makeup.
I’m very much impressed with the quality of the product and let me show you the drop down list which explains why I like it.
- Budget friendly
- Pocket sized
- Cruelty free
- Easy to work with creamy formula
- Great to cover all skin concerned areas
- Skin feels more soft and supple after application
- Greater longevity
Have you ever tried this product before? If so, please me know your personal thoughts on this product and as always, I would love to read them. Happy #FriYay!