Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid in Pink



HD Pro Concealer in Cool Pink Corrector


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*Both brands are cruelty-free according to Ethical Elephant. Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Corrector in Pink is $29 for 6.2 grams while LA Girl Pro Conceal Color Correcting Concealer in Cool Pink is $5 for 8 grams. Both brands are marketed to conceal dark circles as well as brighten. Pink correctors are perfect for fair to light skin tones. Urban Decay has a flat doe foot applicator while LA Girl has a brush tip that when you squeeze it comes out. I am not a big fan of this component at all. I would much rather use a doe foot. Urban Decay is much thinner in consistency than LA Girl. LA Girl is quite thick and it is much more pigmented and seems to have more coverage. Both do work concealing my dark circles and blue veins. It also brightens up my under eyes but LA Girl does a much better job. Color correcting helps because you use less concealer which can make you look cakey. I put this under my foundation and they both do help. Both blended out easily. You do not need to spend $29 to get a product that works. Go with LA Girl!


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