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Color Correcting Stick

Color Correcting Stick

What it is: A multitasking correcting stick with two shades for a seamless, even complexion. What it does:Complete coverage and a flawless finish is yours with this two-in-one concealer and corrector stick. The yellow side hides under-eye circles, mild red tones, acne, scars, bruises, and blotchy skin, while the nude side effortlessly blends to conceal all other facial imperfections. The lightweight formula glides onto skin and the buildable formulation offers medium to full coverage that wears for hours. Light Filter Technology means this concealer will automatically adjust based on your lighting for always-flattering results. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens What else you need to know: Inspired by coastal, boho-chic style, the geometric tribal patterns in Charlotte Ronson’s latest fall beauty line-up, Tribal Dip Dye, take on new life. Seamlessly blending soft earthy tones with lively vibrant hues and brushed metallics, this collection presents a modern take on heritage design.
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Do you put this on before or after foundation?
Do you put this on before or after foundation? And can you even put it on without foundation at all?
asked 2 years, 2 months ago
(Kansas City, KS)
on Color Correcting Stick
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answered 2 years ago
(West Enfield, ME)
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I would put it on before foundation so you have a better idea of how much foundation you need to use. If you're feeling like a minimalist, I don't see any reason why you couldn't use this alone without foundation. That is how I plan on using it most of the time.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
(Denver, CO)
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Hi AllieB2012,

You can apply this before or after your foundation. We recommend using the lighter shade first to color correct and then the other shade to neutralize it.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)
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This product can be used with or without foundation. We recommend applying it after your foundation to help just the areas that need extra coverage.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)
What color should I get?
I have slightly olive colored skin tone and it's light. I'm not sure if the lighter shade between the two will be too light. Suggestions?
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
on Color Correcting Stick
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What colors do you use in other makeup lines? I found that the neural side of the lightest shade (Tracey) is pretty close to Urban Decay's concealer pencil in DEA. I have very fair skin with cool to neutral undertones, and Tracey is a good match for me, so I would guess that you would want to go with the darker shade. Top to bottom: CR Tracey yellow side / CR Tracey neutral side / UD concealer pencil in DEA / Shiseido concealer pencil in Light / Shu Uemura concealer pencil in 5 YR M / Shu Uemura concealer pencil in 9 YR L
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answered 2 years, 1 month ago
(Denver, CO)
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I have olive skin and its winter so I'm pretty pale. I went with the "anita" it isn't thick so you can blend it in to work and it covers minor stuff pretty well.
And if it is absolutely horrible I'm sure you can take it back and ask for help or exchange. Hope this helps!
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
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