Here’s the color corrector in question. It has a light-pink hue that cancels out dark spots and dark circles on light skin tones. The brand offers a range of shades to accommodate all skin tones. (More on that in a minute. This just happened to be the one that matched me.)
Here’s the green color corrector. Instead of a vibrant spring green, which is the hue that many other green color correctors have, this one is almost greyish. I’ve found that it helps it blend in and look more natural than others I’ve tried. I don’t have to layer as much concealer over the top, and my redness is still covered.
This yellow color corrector balances both redness and dark spots on light skin tones.
Here’s the shade I used to correct the blue and purple tones in my dark circles.
This shade balances dark spots and dark circles on medium skin tones.
This shade balances dark spots and dark circles on deep skin tones.
Use this one to balance dark spots and dark circles on deep skin tones.
This is the concealer I mentioned before. I love its light, blendable texture.
If you don’t like makeup sponges, or you prefer more precision, use a small concealer brush.
This eye balm is formulated with a gentle retinoid to target fine lines and wrinkles.
Speaking of Versed, this eye gel takes on dark circles with a bevy of brightening ingredients.
These patches smooth my under-eye area and reduce the look of dark circles and puffiness.