Jojoba Color Correctors
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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FromQ: Is the"cover" corrector flesh tone?..medium or is it peachy as in the pic
FromQ: Do the Jojoba Color Correctors work under the matte foundations? Any problems with blending? Thanks.FromQ: Hi fair skin tone, grayish melasma spots, looking for a concealer to tone it down a bit.FromQ: 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?FromQ: 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.FromQ: 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?FromQ: I have issues with acne/scarring and redness. Should I use the Mint or the Sunlight Jojoba Color Corrector?FromQ: do you get all four or do you have to order individually?FromQ: 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.FromQ: 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.FromQ: 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?FromQ: What's the difference between primers and jojoba color correctosr? Do I need to apply both before the base? Thanks.FromAsk Your Question
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