You’d think a good,
thick concealer would do the trick when covering up flaws, right? Not always the case. “The two most common times that you need to use correctors before concealer are when you have dark under-eye circles or when you have a lot of redness or acne on your face,” says Make Up For Ever artist Kris Bacani.
Neutralizing the color in these areas first will save you time and product because you won’t need to pile on as much concealer as you normally would to make them disappear. (Bonus: You’ll be using less makeup so it’s easier on your skin, too.) “Analyze your skin first,” says Bacani. Some of these problem areas can be addressed by using just concealer or foundation, but if you think you need a little more help, then apply corrector after moisturizer or primer, and before applying your foundation and concealer.
estée lauder Crescent White Brightening makeup Base spf 30, P2,920.