There are many different types of concealers. Some have colours such as green and red as their undertone, these are designed to correct discolouration. Red undertones are designed to correct the bluey undertone of the under eyes. Green undertones go over redness to neutralise it.
Then there are the other types that match your skin colour but just have that extra bit of coverage that your foundation may not provide. It’s better to have a light foundation for the whole face and touch up pimples with concealer rather than cover your face in heavy foundation. Better yet only use Concealers to cover discolouration and wear no foundation 🙂
Secret Camouflage by Laura Mercier
This is a must have in my bag at all times! It has two sides one has a green undertone and the other has a red undertone, so it’s perfect for covering any problem. Laura Mercier grew up in France where men/boys apparently constantly touch women’s faces, they hated the feel of makeup. She formulated this concealer to be oil free and long lasting for that very reason! What us women do huh!
Bye bye Under Eye – by IT Cosmetics
This is full coverage, I will put that out there now! A little goes a long way with this stuff. It’s waterproof yet surprisingly moisturising. It is also anti aging with high concentrations of vitimins A, C, E, K and Collagen. It was made with leading plastics surgeons and is clinically proven to reduce under eye puffiness, discolouration and strengthen the delicate under eye skin. Talk about a concealer that works hard!
5 Camouflage Cream Palette by Make Up For Ever
I would probably recommend this palette for a makeup artist for their kit, maybe not so much for everyday. Just because you may not use all five colours. They are smooth and creamy corrective concealers that will cover any type of discolouration. It’s also really gentle and won’t irritate even the most sensitive skin (I’ve used it on hundreds of people and haven’t had a problem).