Color Correcting Stick


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Color Correcting Stick, Correct The Red

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Color Correcting Stick is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 64.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from neutralize hyperpigmentation to match skin tone the only product i've found that neutralized the hyperpigmentation around my mouth without making it look ashy! a little goes a long way. worked great under eyes too. didn't even need to use foundation to cover it because it was a perfect neutralized match with my skin tone!!
Date published: 2019-01-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Green correction way too dark Not very blendable to start with, impossible to get it to stay on the blemish and not the skin around it. The colour is far too dark for really pale skin. I'll be sticking with the colour correction cream palette from now on, that is perfect. You do get a good amount for the cost though.
Date published: 2019-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product that works! I bought this Color correct stick at Kohl’s because it was on sale thought I’d give it a try didn’t expect much because of my extreme eye area discoloration but wow it actually worked!
Date published: 2018-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works and lasts! I use the orange one to cut darkness around my mouth. My skin tone in NC 50. Works just as well as higher end correctors, and lasts all day.
Date published: 2018-09-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Made my eye bags even worse looking. I bought the green stick yesterday at Ulta near me and tried it today; it was just all wrong. I usually love ELF products, but not this one. I returned it today. I was hard to put on, then it stayed greasy and was very easy to come off. I put my regular concealer over it and it all just wiped away and left my bags looking worse than ever before, an the green shows too much and doesn't stay where you put it. Maybe I should have tried the powder. But I give up.
Date published: 2018-08-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Slippery product... I got the green to cancel out the redness on my face, mostly for the occasional zits or red spots. While it definitely does calm the redness down, the product itself seems like it could be blended into oblivion. I either have way too much green or not enough. I have to work with it to get the right balance. That's the case with a lot of products, but I wish it was just a bit tackier.
Date published: 2018-07-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have the peach and green ones. I use the peach/light orange dark circle corrector every day under my eyes. Since it's a little thick, I use my fingers to blend it and warm it up, and then put my foundation over it. No more dark circles! The green is a completely different story. I have a red undertone so I thought the green would help even it out under my foundation, but it's so bright and thick that it just looks green no matter how much I blend it. Maybe I can use it as green face makeup for Halloween. Definitely recommend the dark circle corrector, but not the red corrector.
Date published: 2018-06-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too orange-y I bought this in the correct dark circles for light skin tones. I thought it looked a bit orangey. Then my boyfriend asked if I used some new makeup that was orange so I think if he noticed it was probably not a good look.
Date published: 2018-06-19
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What color corrector do you use for someone who is fair skinned but has dark under eye circles. TY!

Asked by: Connie555
The lighter peach shade. Under your concealer
Answered by: OkDani
Date published: 2018-02-12

is it necessary to use foundation on top of these? im thinking of buying the green one, because my cheeks are always red and blotchy, but i dont wear foundation as often as i used to.

Asked by: alex27
Absolutely. Correcting colors like these are usually always meant to be worn under foundation/concealer. They prevent the undesired colors from showing THROUGH makeup. 
Answered by: AshleyLynn
Date published: 2018-01-20

How do these compare to the color correcting concealer palette from NYX?

Asked by: Reene
nyx is chalky and less pigmented
Answered by: hbbb
Date published: 2017-12-24

Do I need a sharpener for this product or I can twist it up?

Asked by: Rosie Alexandria
No you don't.
Answered by: Jen2430
Date published: 2018-09-30

I have very dark circles under my eyes, it looks like I have black eyes. I am Native American and I use the caramel foundation, what concealer should I use?

Asked by: Lumbeelady75
The light orange might turn ashy on you.You should probably use the dark orange. You only need a small amount and a little goes a long way.Also make sure to blend really well so it doesn't seep through your concealer.
Answered by: Ria99
Date published: 2018-11-26

I am looking at the color correcting stick in the orange color. I am a brown complexion African American woman . I don't know if I should purchase the dark orange or light color orange

Asked by: Keekee
dark orange.
Answered by: Britt28
Date published: 2018-01-20

Do these twist up for more product?

Asked by: RissaC
It's quite a bit of product for the price. I pay 9.99 for the one I regularly use. I just got mine and I'm a caramel complexion; I find it very similar to my Cover Girl Complexion stick for half the price. I love it. I thought the color was going to be off but when I put it on this morning it was surprisingly close. I tend to pick at my break outs so I have dark spots; this worked under my bb cream for the perfect glow.
Answered by: JD22
Date published: 2017-11-08

How much product, in fluid ounces, are you getting?

Asked by: PhoebeC
Your not getting over 3 ounces of product. That might be the weight of the entire container and product. I threw out the packaging already so I can't say how much your getting. But it's quite a bit. Mine arrived today so I can eyeball the product. I don't have a tape measure handy, but it measures somewhere between 1/4" and 1/2" in diameter. Closer to the later than the former. It twists up, and is at least 1" long BUT I would say it's a bit longer, but I don't think it's quite 1.5" inches. But I could be wrong. But that gives you an idea about it. I haven't used it yet to use it as it's intended, however I did do a swatch on my hand and I'm in love. The consistency is about perfect because it's not to hard and not to soft. I have several lipstick style concealers that are other brands, and yesterday I just grabbed one of the three brands I own and I couldn't believe how hard it was and it's been that way since I bought it. Which is why I have others, and I threw it out. (finally) But the ELF one is just the right consistency, not to soft and not to hard. And I will be stocking up on these, and I won't be rebuying the color correctors in the palette. The color is very different than the palette and that's in a good way.
Answered by: Vikings1875
Date published: 2017-08-01
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