LA Girl Pro Conceal HD Concealers and Correctors

Colour correcting has been all over the internet for the past two years now.  For those of us who suffer from the daily skincare imperfection, each colour can help camouflage and conceal these skin imperfections. Orange helps to reduce discolouration, green counteracts redness, yellow evens out the skin tone, whilst peach helps to brighten and purple transforms dull and lifeless skin. I myself have tried a few .expensive and inexpensive brands and correcting palettes over the years and today, I will be babbling about LA Girl Pro Conceal HD Concealers and Correctors.

Being a makeup junkie myself, I am always on the lookout to try and find products that help my face look absolutely flawless. On a daily basis, I use concealers to effectively help cover up my dark circles. When I first stumbled upon the LA Girl Orange Corrector i must admit, at first i was a bit sceptical to try it because of my inexperience to colour correcting and how hard it was for me to hide the colours after application; I knew I had to get my hands on it because i have loved using every product I have bought from them. After watching a few YouTube beauty gurus and figuring out how to use it, I was happy to try it. I have been using the orange corrector mostly because i suffer from dark circles and hyper-pigmentation in some areas of my face. As the orange helps to warm up my skintone and  get it ready for concealer. I haven’t used the LA Girl Green Corrector at all because I don’t suffer from redness.

Apart from the Colour Correctors, the LA Girl Pro Concealer in Chestnut is my concealer of choice lately, this concealer provides high coverage yet give a natural looking finish. It is long-wearing, easy to apply, easy to blend, crease resistance formula who needs more reasons to have this on this on my makeup essential kit and need I say that it is very affordable and comes in many shades. I am not very keen on the brush applicator on these concealers because of bacteria transfer; one can use a brush to apply to minimise risk of any transferring of bacteria…asides from this design flaw everything else is on point.

Have you tried colour correcting? or any of the LA Girl Concealer?
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