I am one of those people who try pretty much every new product that I see or read about. Sometimes it’s a hit and other times it’s a miss, but today I’m sharing with you two beauty products that I have been using and simply can’t live without!
I stumbled across these little gems while perusing through Sephora. I had read something about them in a magazine, but wasn’t sure if they were worth it. Well let me tell you, they are highly worth it. Basically, correct clicks are cream color correctors that visibly even out skin tone by neutralizing the appearance of discoloration. With 6 shades to choose from, they meet any correction need! Check out the descriptions of each color to see which one is best for you!
Green: Neutralizes intense redness, rosacea, and blemishes for light and medium skin tones.
Yellow: Neutralizes mild redness, rosacea, and blemishes for light and medium skin tones
Lavender: Neutralizes yellow in sallow skin and adds brightness for light and medium skin tones.
Peach: Neutralizes (or cancels) dark spots and undereye circles for light and medium skin tones.
Orange: Neutralizes (or cancels) dark spots and undereye circles for medium-to-deeper skin tones.
Brick: Neutralizes (or cancels) dark spots and undereye circles for deep skin tones
Here are the two that I use. I use the peach under my eyes, before I put my eye concealer on. It definitely helps for those dark circles. I use the green under my tinted moisturizer or foundation to help with the redness on my face and for any blemishes I might have. I’m telling you, these sticks work wonders!
Loreal Root Cover Up
I’ve been noticing that the past couple years my grays are coming in a lot faster than they use to. Could be my age, and could also be my 3 crazy boys as well (haha)! Anyway, I’ve tried every touch up product on the market and then I saw the commercial for Root Cover Up, my savior. This stuff works great and they have a variety of colors to choose from! It’s amazing how well the light to medium brown blends perfect with my hair! Root Cover Up is definitely not a hair dye replacement, but it helps for those “in between” times, and absolutely lives up to its name!
Stay tuned for more of my picks and FYI, I never promote a product or service that I haven’t used myself! I only share the good stuff;)