In the past colour correctors have been a mystery to the every-day woman, and the magical secrets of its use were left to make-up artists and professionals, but not anymore! Since beauty vlogs, blogs, and tutorials, women have become increasingly more clued in on the magic behind beauty secrets, in particular colour correcting makeup. It started with Kim Khardashian’s contouring and has now escalated to a colourful palette that some would say looks fairly similar to that of a clown, but the results are fantastic! We’ve round-up the best colour correcting make-up so you can have a go and see the beauty behind this make-up craze.

Urban Decay, Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid from Feelunique

Naked

Urban Decay, Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid from Feelunique

Naked

Urban Decay, Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid from Feelunique

Naked

Urban Decay, Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid from Feelunique

Naked

Urban Decay, Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid from Feelunique

Naked

Smashbox,  Colour Correcting Stick

Smashbox

Stila, Correct & Perfect All-In-One Correcting Palette from lookfantastic

Stila

Stila, One Step Correct Colour Corrector from Boots 

Stila

BECCA, Under Eye Brightening Corrector from Space.NK.

becca

Makeup Revolution, Ultra Base Corrector Palette from Superdrug

Revolution

Benefit, Life’s Little Correctors from lookfantastic

benefit

BECCA, Backlight Targeted Colour Corrector from Cult Beauty

becca

Cover FX, Correct Click from FABLED

cover

Cover FX, Correct Click from FABLED

cover

Cover FX, Correct Click from FABLED

cover

Jane Iredale, Corrective Colours

corrective

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