Neutralizes undertones & conceals dark circles and spots
100% Vegan and Cruelty-Free
Suggested Age: 12 Years and Up
Health Facts: Phthalate-free, paraben-free, aluminum-free
Color Family: Brown
Color Palette: Light Tones
Product Form: Liquid
Cosmetic Coverage: Light
Skin Tone: Light
Sustainability Claims: Cruelty-free
Beauty Purpose: Concealing
Recommended Skin Type: Normal
Item Number (DPCI): 052-16-0417
Enjoy color correction and complete coverage all rolled into one sleek palette with the e.l.f. Corrective Concealer! The corrective formulas work to neutralize unwanted undertones, while the concealer brightens and disguises dark circles and spots.
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Your clear choice for clean. Ingredients these products are formulated without, by category: • Beauty, Personal Care & Cleaning - formulated without Phthalates, Propyl-paraben & Butyl-paraben, Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES). • Feminine Care, Adult Care & Diapers - fragrance free and chlorine free. • Pets - formulated with meat, poultry, or seafood as the first ingredient, and without artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.
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Recommended for Normal Skin.
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For the price I guess it does a teensy tiny bit, but honestly you can get LA girl corrector for the same price and it works better. Wouldn’t repurchase. It’s just a very thin consistency, hardly opaque, and it makes my makeup sit kinda weird on top of it.
You get what you pay for! It does the job but isn't a long lasting product. Very easy to apply and blend. It didn't make my sensitive skin break out which I was concerned about. It doesn't get flaky or dried up, but it only lasted about 6 hours before melting away for me. I think this is a great product for covering small problem areas, but likely would not work well for those wanting full coverage. Overall I think it was $4 well spent.