Dark circles are something I’ve always suffered with and have struggled to hide, no matter what, they would always be apparent even through my make-up. Until I tried the Becca Under Eye Brightening Corrector.
Over a year ago I heard someone on YouTube talking about it, and although I wanted to try it I never did, purely because it is quite expensive at £24 which is almost €30 euros.
A number of months ago I was browsing Cult Beauty and discovered a set that contained two travel size primers and a travel size corrector, so I bought it because it was a great way for me to try three products at a cheaper price rather than one at a higher price.
This corrector comes in two shades; light to medium and medium to dark. I have the light one, which is a tiny bit too light but once I apply concealer it’s fine and you don’t notice the lightness. What you do notice, well what I notice, is that my dark circles are diminished.
The first time I used this I noticed how less noticeable my dark circles were even through make up.
When I first opened this, I expected the corrector to be thick and possibly difficult to work with. However I was pleasantly surprised by how creamy it is, how little of it I need and how easy it is to work with.
Real Techniques Deluxe Crease brush is my preferred brush to use with this. It is a nice round dense brush that is small enough to work the product into my inner corner.
I find that brush to work very well with applying and buffing in the product leaving a streak free finish.
The corrector comes in a frosted glass jar which is very small and lightweight.
This is one product that I now couldn’t be without.