Fix It 2-in-1 Prime & Color Correct, $36 at Nordstrom
If you’ve ever tried to cover up a burgeoning blemish, you know that different skin issues require different product consistencies. This product has two kinds of textures in one stick, making it ideal for covering any temporary skin situations you’d rather not showcase to the world. The central white base acts like a skin-perfecting primer and also hides fine lines. It’s encased in a colored concealer that neutralizes hyperpigmentation and also adds warmth to your cheekbones and forehead.
Teint Idole Ultra Wear Camouflage Color Corrector, $31 at Sephora
This Lancôme corrector comes in a number of shades, but the brick red color is particularly helpful for deeper skin tones. The pigmented concealer attends to specific flaws like dark spots and redness, but does not leave patchy stains and provides seamless coverage.
HD Pro Conceal, Yellow Corrector, $4.80 at Jet
L.A. Girl is the go-to concealer for that last-minute glow-up. A yellow or a green corrector blends away redness and also hides skin discoloration and melasma. The best thing about the concealer is the brush-like applicator for precise and no-hassle jobs.
Argan Creamy Concealer Crayon, $22 at Sephora
If you’ve steered clear of concealer for fear of cakeiness, this concealer is perfect for you. The light coverage won’t fully cover a breakout situation, but it will reduce redness and provide a natural finish. This stick is creamy (thanks to an infusion of argan oil), hydrating and very blendable, merging seamlessly with your skin. The crayon has a sharp tip so you can really work on smaller scars and spots.
Retouching Face Pencil, $34 at Sephora
We already know Meghan Markle trusts Bobbi Brown products for a last-minute retouch, and this is one product that everyone should carry in their clutch. This pencil has a creamy formula that is buildable and blendable, even when you pile it on over other products.
Studio Conceal and Correct Palette, $35 at Nordstrom
This multitasking palette is the safest bet when it comes to color correction and is key to providing a flawless face base. With four concealers and two corrector shades, the long-lasting, eight-hour formulas remedy any skin issue you might face.
Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid, $29 at Sephora
A liquid color corrector is easier to blend, especially when used on a liquid base. That’s when you want to reach for this lightweight Urban Decay corrector, which doesn’t just blur dark marks and fine lines seamlessly, it also acts as a subtle highlighter that brings light and radiance to your skin.
A color-correcting concealer is a must-have for your makeup bag, but it’s only as valuable as your know-how when it comes to making the most of this workhorse’s concealing powers. Great coverage starts with selecting the right kind of product depending on your skin tone and what you’d like to address.
From brightening sallowness to fixing undereye circles to simply blurring scars and imperfections, the perfect color correctors can sort out all your skin issues. They can be the difference between a flawless finish and a makeup job that falls just slightly short. Selecting the right palette is key to achieving that perfect look. Here, the best color-correcting concealers to help you showcase your most radiant self.
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