I am Sunlight Jojoba Color Corrector. I camouflage dark under-eye circles, and work magic on dark spots and blemishes. I also tone down redness and give a youthful lift to skin that is tired or stressed. Try me; you’ll be SO glad you did. Apply me under your foundation.
WHAT I DO
I’m a color corrector, which means I balance and smooth hues on the skin. Makeup professionals prize my ability to even out skin tone and mask imperfections. My creamy formula is created with jojoba esters, treasured for its amazing coverage.
WHAT I DON’T DO, AND WILL NEVER DO
I will never include unfriendly substances. Other brands use additives that could be unkind to skin and our Earth, crud like carmine, lake dyes, bismuth oxychloride (what IS that?), petroleum, paraffin wax, mineral oil, sodium lauryl sulphate, fragrance, and EDTA. Yuck! Not me! Only the cleanest, purest, best ingredients are in me and my sister products, for a beautiful, healthy you and a beautiful, healthy world.
- Usage Tips
Sprinkle the concealer powder into the lid of the jar. For best application, use a concealer brush. Dip your brush into the powder and apply directly onto the area of your skin in which you want extra coverage. Concealers perform best when applied before your foundation.
FromQ: I use the Golden Medium 4W base, which concealer shade would work for me??FromQ: Hi! I've been using Sunlight color corrector for years, but am interested in this jojoba version as well. Is there any difference in the shade or pigmentation: this jojoba version appears to be brighter yellow on screen. Thank you!FromQ: I have been loving your Jojoba Shell Blanc base, as well as the 2N semi matte base. I am about to buy a new batch, and would love to try on of your new primers as well - particularly the yellow primer - for better staying power of my foundation, and for covering dark under-eye circles and redness.
I just stumbled across this color corrector, which I would also like to try out. However, both the yellow primer and the yellow color corrector seem to offer similar results at application - obviously because of the proporties of the yellow color.
My question is: when using a yellow primer, will that do the trick sufficiently thus making the color corrector superflous?
With the primer both elongating wear and correcting color, it seems preferable as opposed to just wearing the color correcter.
Would you recommend wearing the two together, or?
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