With the release of Shiseido’s 7 Color Rainbow Face Powders, it proves that sticking several shades to get an even complexion isn’t a fad. The powders which counteract issues such as redness, darkness, and other discolorations is one of the oldest products of the brand.
Too bad it costs a little bit more than an entire makeup set and even a small vanity while you’re at it. The best thing to do now is to look for cheaper alternatives and cheat your way to looking like you’ve slept and see those blemishes disappear.
NYX Color Correcting Palette
If you’re just starting out in this realm of makeup, this is an inexpensive palette that’s easy to integrate with your current concealer. P600. Available online.
Studio 10 Age Defy Skin Perfector
For more mature skin, this palette covers fine lines and wrinkles and brightens up dark spots. Plus this has skincare properties to help you get rid of those blemishes in a more lasting manner. P3,429. Available via Sephora PH.
Suesh Corrector and Concealer Palette
If you need a more precise way to cover up your spots, this 15-pan palette comes with a variety of shades for each issue. It’s also a good starter kit for budding makeup artists. P941. Available via BeautyMNL.
Bloom Secret Weapon Concealer Kit
When you need a quick touch-up or if you find yourself doing makeup on-the-go, this tiny palette can even fit your tiniest purse. Bye-bye, dark undereyes!p1,000. Available at Beauty Bar, Greenbelt 5.
Stila Correct and Perfect All-In-One Color Correcting Palette
This palette has four color correcting creams and two setting powders in lavender and yellow. Best for when you know you’ll have a photo taken. Plus, they are long-lasting and waterproof! P2,250. Available at Rustan’s The Beauty Source, Glorietta 4.