5. Use a color corrector
The right color correctors can do wonders for hangover-induced blotchiness. Green will camouflage ruddiness, and yellow will take care of that bruised look around your eyes. Even better, there are some primers that incorporate all of those colors, so you can take care of all of your skin tone problems in just one step.
Good correctors can camouflage any blemish, make your blackheads invisible and hide blood vessel.
How to use a color corrector properly
Do not put on too much green color or you risk looking like Princess Fiona. And do not try to coat your face with corrector – a little drop will be enough for even covering. The less, the better, but you can always add some. On the other hand, do not be scared by such a variety of colors.
Correctors are slightly tinted, and that tint really makes difference! For example, I mostly use yellow tones, as my skin tone is rather light. For a darker skin, you will need a more vivid tone. It’s perfect if your primer contains salicylic acid, which will help achieve less oily and more matte appearance. Be sure that your corrector is two shades lighter than your foundation. Don’t forget to dust a little bit of translucent powder on top of your corrector or primer.