Designed to brighten undereyes and cover even the most stubborn dark circles, this creamy, blendable formula instantly neutralizes discoloration and layers perfectly under concealer. Available in 16 color-correcting pink- and peach-based shades formulated for all types of undereye discoloration.
What it is:
A full-coverage undereye corrector designed to brighten under eyes and cover even the most stubborn dark circles.
What it does:
Perfect for very dark under-eye circles, this corrector comes in pink- or peach-based shades that are designed to layer with Bobbi Browns yellow-based concealers. Waterproof, sweat-, and humidity-resistant, this long-wearing formula provides a unique, creamy texture. It delivers perfectly smooth coverage thats easy to blend and wont crease. Its infused with skin conditioners to protect the delicate under-eye area.
What else you need to know:
This creamy, blendable formula instantly neutralizes undereye discoloration and layers perfectly under concealer. Available in 16 color-correcting pink- and peach-based shades formulated for all types of undereye discoloration.
To find your shade, take a look at the discoloration under the eye. If it?s bluish-purple, choose a bisque shade. If it?s greenish-brown, choose a peach shade. If it?s a mix of both, choose a peach bisque shade.
Using the Concealer Brush (sold separately), apply Corrector to areas of discoloration, getting as close to the lashline and innermost corner as possible. Gently blend with your finger. Layer Creamy Concealer (sold separately) directly over Corrector.
Fresh, Healthy-Looking Skin in 3 Steps:
Apply Vitamin Enriched Face Base to hydrate, smooth and prime skin for makeup application.
Apply Corrector to areas of discoloration under the eye using the Concealer Blending Brush, getting as close to the lashline and innermost corner as possible. Gently blend with finger and layer concealer on top.
Using the Full Coverage Face Brush, buff Skin Long-Wear Weightless Foundation SPF 15 onto skin, starting at the center of the face and blending outward.