The Best Natural Vegan Color Correction Creams

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Itzel Becerra
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Color correction Any good products for color correcting before my foundation?

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Ellie Underwood
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There are different colors for the issues you might have, in many different brands and price ranges.

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adriana Sanchez
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Any recommendations for color correcting or concealing pot creams ? I want to use it for my under eyes so I hope it wouldnt dry it out heavily. Imma attach the Becca one as a reference to what I’m looking for. Please recommend any dupes or drugstore options.

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Measured Beauty
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This is my go-to. The texture is perfect for the under eye, and opaque enough to cover; its creamy enough to blend effortlessly, but viscous enough to stick and not crease. True, it’s a pan which isn’t all that sanitary, but at this price you can afford to replace it relatively frequently (for what it’s worth, it lasts a long time without going ‘off.’). I use the pink (which is really more of a peach once on) and the yellow. The green can go on sheer enough to tone down rosacea without looking like Elphaba. ;)

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Newbie Mom
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Under eye bags I have pretty severe under eye bags. They are genetic and stick around even if I’ve had more than enough hydration, nutrition, and sleep. I’ve watched several tutorials on how to hide them but can’t really master it. Currently use the shape tape concealer by Tarte and color correction palette by Nyx. Any advice?

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ExtensiOncoRd
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I feel your pain, but get some tea bags, put them in your freezer for thirty minutes, and put them on your eyes for fifteen. That might help.