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JOJOBA COLOR CORRECTORS

$9.00
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Jojoba Color Correctors

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$9.00
.06oz / 1.7g

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Jojoba Color Correctors
Ingredients
Mica, Jojoba Esters. May Contain (+/-): Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Ultramarines (CI 77007), Chromium Oxide Greens (CI 77288).
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    jena 3/24/2015 10:48 AM
    Q: Is the"cover" corrector flesh tone?..medium or is it peachy as in the pic
    A: Hi Jena,

    The 'cover' color corrector is a flesh tone with peach undertones, it's a medium shade. Thank You!
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    Victoria 4/8/2015 11:35 AM
    Q: Do the Jojoba Color Correctors work under the matte foundations? Any problems with blending? Thanks.
    A: Hi Victoria,

    Yes, you can use the new Jojoba Color Corrector under a matte base. You can blend it well with your Matte base. Thank You!
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    Cynthia 4/22/2015 2:49 PM
    Q: Hi fair skin tone, grayish melasma spots, looking for a concealer to tone it down a bit.
    A: Hi Cynthia,

    You can try the Brighten Jojoba Color Corrector to see if you like this one. Thank You!
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    Jennifer G. 6/3/2015 10:53 AM
    Q: Both the Brighten Jojoba Color Corrector (pink) and the Sunlight Jojoba Color Corrector (yellow) are listed for covering under eye dark circles. How do I chose which one to use for this?
    A: Hi Jennifer,

    You can choose the Brighten Jojoba Color Corrector if you have cool/rosy undertones and the Sunlight Jojoba Color Corrector if you have yellow undertones. Thank You!
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    Andrea 6/17/2015 2:06 PM
    Q: Hi I was wondering what is the difference between these jojoba color correctors and the color correctors on your best seller list? They are priced differently. For example what is the difference between the Sunlight Jojoba Color Corrector and the Sunlight Color Corrector? Thanks.
    A: Hi Andrea,

    The Sunlight Jojoba Color Corrector is a bit more yellow in color and has jojoba esters, therefore it offers better staying power. While the Sunlight Color Corrector is discontinued and doesn't contain jojoba. Thank You!
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    Carrie H. 6/19/2015 6:40 PM
    Q: What is the different between the mint color corrector and the mint jojoba color corrector? Also, can the color corrector be used under a liquid foundation?
    A: Hi Carrie,

    The Mint Jojoba Color Corrector has jojoba esters, therefore it offers better staying power. While the Mint Color Corrector is discontinued and doesn't contain jojoba. Yes, it can be used under a liquid foundation. Thank You!
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    Julia 7/26/2015 5:01 PM
    Q: I have issues with acne/scarring and redness. Should I use the Mint or the Sunlight Jojoba Color Corrector?
    A: Hi Julia,

    The Mint Color Corrector is ideal to camouflage redness, it really neutralizes it. Once applied, you would then apply your base shade over it. Then, blend well. Thank You!
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    amy 11/1/2015 6:17 AM
    Q: do you get all four or do you have to order individually?
    A: Hi Amy,

    You can order individually or all the four of them but they are priced individually at $9.00 a piece. Thank You!
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    Kelly 1/10/2016 11:54 AM
    Q: Hello,
    I have vitiligo around my eyes and I was wondering if this would be a good option to help not have such a harsh transition from my olive skin to the white.
    A: Hi Kelly,

    You can try using a bronzer, it helps darken your base shade without changing your undertone. Thank You!
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    Carolyn 1/11/2016 4:56 PM
    Q: Do your jojoba color correctors settle into fine under eye lines? I usually can't use powder based products because of this, but I like using the jojoba base on my face. Thanks.
    A: Hi Carolyn,

    The jojoba color correctors do not settle into fine lines under the eyes. They are silky smooth that blend well with the skin. Thank You!
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    Huiyoung 2/13/2016 6:26 AM
    Q: I have yellow undertones. So i use golden fair color (semi matte base).
    I have to conceal subtle facial blushing and subtle violet darkcircle. And I seek super natural look, not perfect cover. Can you recommend color for me?
    A: Hi Huiyoung,

    You can try the Mint Jojoba Color Corrector or the Sunlight Jojoba Color Corrector. Thank You!
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    Icy 4/20/2016 10:47 AM
    Q: What's the difference between primers and jojoba color correctosr? Do I need to apply both before the base? Thanks.
    A: Hi Icy,

    A primer helps even skin tone and control oil without drying your skin, helping your makeup apply smoother while a Jojoba color corrector is a concealer. It helps hide some blemishes and dark spots. For a better coverage, you can apply both to achieve a more polished look.

    Here is a useful link from our blog: https://www.everydayminerals.com/store/stories/everyday-minerals-white-primer/

    Thank You!
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    From
    Mary 9/19/2016 8:36 AM
    Q: Which jojoba color corrector is appropriate to replace the Natural Rose Color Corrector Stick? I love the rose color corrector and am very disappointed to see that you have discontinued it!
    A: Hi Mary,

    The Brighten Jojoba color corrector is a rosy shade and the Cover Jojoba color corrector can also be applied. Thank You!
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    Jules 10/26/2016 10:09 AM
    Q: (sorry if you get this twice, received a failure message!) Hi, I bought the green colour corrector to help with the redness from my akne which is my worst skin problem and highly visible because I am very light. I applied the CC with concealer brush first under foundation (Jojoba), then over it again (and put more foundation on top, dabbed and buffed and buffed), but the red just won't go away ;-(( What can I do? Can you explain in detail about how to use it right? Thanks!
    A: Hi Jules,

    A concealer brush or makeup sponge are ideal for applying the mint cc. We do not offer sponges, but we do have many women
    that wear EM products that love to apply their makeup with makeup sponges.

    It sounds like you have applied it correctly, but perhaps buffed away too much of the makeup.
    Step 1. Apply your moisturizer of choice.
    Step 2. Apply Primer (if you don't have our primer - we can send you some samples, just let us know).
    Step 3. Apply Mint CC - by dabbing (also known as stippling). Don't buff out or sweep with your brush.
    Step 4. Apply Base of your choice - buff and sweep.
    Step 5. If needed reapply Mint CC with your Base - use dabbing motions with both products onto only the area in which you need coverage.

    Thank You!
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