As promised here's an overview of different color correcting primers and three brand suggestions for each shades.
I already reviewed this on Saturday, but it is meant to conceal redness since they cancel each other and are the opposite on the color wheel.
This shade is to even out skin discoloration and sun spots.
And finally a blue primer review
Blue primers are probably the hardest shade to find in non professional brands. It is a bit more popular apparently in South East Asia. It is meant to add radiance, reduce minor imperfection and give a porcelain effect to fair skin. I wasn't sure if I would like it so I bought mine from the professional brand Kryolan which is considerably cheaper than the MUFE version. I like the effect better than green primer on my face it think it even outs my skin quite nicely. The color is exactly like it appears on the picture above.It is heavily fragranced, if you are sensitive to it I would steer clear. The texture is also thick and not "sillicony".
It is also available in yellow, lilac, green and white (for theater).
Here's as always my face before.
It does brighten the face and help conceal a bi of my redness, enough for it to be covered by the foundation after.
Now with one layer of foundation and a bit of peachy pink blush
I hope this was helpful, I will post around Wednesday a post on under eye correcting. Stay tuned!