Color Corrector - Deep Orange
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Deep Orange can be used if you have darker skin tone and have parts that deviates from your natural skin color, like around your mouth, eyes and nose.
Our color correctors are multifunctional and can be used to even out parts of your face you want evening out. By applying the product little by little, you can build the base to get the exact amount of coverage you want - from light and medium to full coverage.
All our color correctors can be mixed to give you the perfect shade for your skin tone. That's also why they're a popular product among many makeup artists. If you want a thinner corrector with less pigment, try mixing the color corrector with our Mixing Base.
To keep your color corrector fresh and clean, make sure to use a palette knife and not your fingers when using the product.
Creme foundation is oil-based, creamy and gives a moisturized glow. It can easily be built up to get the exact amount of coverage that you desire. It also works great as a concealer/color corrector. This foundation can be used on all skin types but is especially recommended to anyone with dry skin.
Mineral powders gives a nice glow while also nourishing the skin and letting it breathe. It is a finely grained powder with light coverage that can be build up to medium coverage if you want. Because it is a dry mineral product, it doesn't allow germs to grow making it especially suitable if you have sensitive skin.
Mineral Liquid Foundation is oil-free, lasting and has a matte finish. It can be built up to get the coverage you desire and works really well if you have large pores and skin that easily gets oily during the day. It works well on all skin types.
How do I build a base with the color correctors?
Always start with a little product and apply more until you get the coverage you want. When applying too much product at once you'll get a thick layer of product that won't result in a flattering look.
How do I choose the right shade for me?
We offer several shades that can be easily blended together to create your exact shade. To know which shade is yours you need to know which undertone you have. If you have warm undertone then go for a shade with yellow tones. If you have cold undertone then you should instead choose a shade with pink tones.
We always recommend to use a slightly lighter shade on your setting powder to get an even and nice result.
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