Friday, December 24, 2010

e.l.f corrective concealer and complexion perfection

Complexion Perfection

Complexion perfection

Corrective concealer

Corrective concealer






Complexion Perfection
Create a balanced and radiant complexion that is beautiful and healthy. The lightweight formula evens out the skin tone and absorbs excess oil. The sheer formula brightens, mattes and neutralizes the skin. The colors are meant to be blended together as the Blue neutralizes orange, the Green neutralizes red, the Pink neutalizes grey and the Yellow brightens and neutralizes red.

Blend all colors together and apply all over your face before foundation. I never seen a difference when I did it. So I always apply them seperate wherever I need them. This isn't a 'Must Have' product.

Corrective concealer
Conceals under-eye darkness, blemishes and other skin imperfections with customized coverage. Brightens under-eye circles and neutralizes redness. Convenient size for on-the-go travel.
Use the nude and beige shades to conceal problematic areas. Use the green shade to neutralize redness like that of acne and the lilac shade to brighten yellow tones. I really like this product, it covers the redness really well. I apply this before foundation. You have to make sure you blend it in well or you can see the colors.

So if you were to get either product I would just buy the corrective concealer. It works way better then the powder.

4 comments:

Dyna said...

hey shabby the complexion perfection works brilliantly as a setting powder, I use it all the time and I love it. It doesn't really minimise imperfections it sort of tames them down :)

Dyna said...

Oh and I can't wait for your review comparing the elf moisturisers, I have been wanting to find a review on that, you're so nice to do that :)

Shabby makeup said...

That's good to know! I will have to try that :)

Leah said...

New follower here, also followed you on twitter :) Anyhoo, I've only recently heard of e.l.f. and I've been wanting to purchase some products but the low price tags scared me. Idk, I guess I have the whole "you get what you pay for" mindset. But it's nice to see good reviews, perhaps I will give them a try ;)