Monday, 23 September 2013

Review: Giorgio Armani Master Corrector

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"Our Multi-Purpose complexion corrector.  A comfortable and non-drying vitamin E and glycerin based formula in a fluid texture that glides onto the skin and offers optical imperfection blurring effect.  Master correctors are suitable for all women and provide a specific answer to a given problem.  Shade 1  pink helps correct dull looking sallow and olive complexions and shade 2 apricot contains a yellow pigment which helps brighten darker complexions.  The ideal colour to hide bluish under-eye circles."


Firstly, I have shade 2 apricot as I had finished my Bobbi Brown Corrector so needed another corrector for under my eyes.  I've noticed the last year or two that I've started to have dark under eye circles (probable lack of sleep and bad diet) so had taken to using a corrector to help counter out this problem.  I do like the Bobbi Brown corrector and have perfected using so much so that I have no problems with it whatsoever.  However, I do know that many has found this corrector to be too heavy and creamy.  So  after hitting pan on this corrector, I thought I'd try the Giorgio Armani master corrector as there has been raving reviews on this!

So after initial use to now, I have to say, I love this corrector.  It is very light but gives a good medium coverage blurring out my discolouration well, does not settle into fine lines due to its light texture, does not crease, move or disappear throughout the day.  Those that has really dark circle may also need an additional concealer on top - and it is this you have to remember.  Many people gets mixed up with concealers and correctors, using and expecting correctors to do the work of concealers, and I get asked many time to compare a corrector to a concealer which is not really possible as they are suppose to work differently to some extent.  Correctors are only supposed to be applied to the discolouration area to balance it out.

The brush applicator is also very fine which allows a precise application on area needed, and I just blend it out with a brush sticking to my blueish area under my eye as much as possible!

Overall, I highly recommend this corrector, yes it is on the pricier side at £25, however, a tiny bit goes a very long way if used correctly to just counter-out discolouration.  It is also a lot easier to use than the more creamer and heavier Bobbi Brown.

Price:  £25

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Makeup Forever Mat Velvet+ in 40
Giorgio Armani Master Corrector in Abricot
NYX Above & Beyond Full Coverage Concealer in Beige
Makeup Forever Sculpting Blush in 20
Etude House Face Color Corset in 5 Tight Shading Corset

Etude House Drawing Eye Brow in 01 Grey Black
Etude House Color My Brows in 02 Dark Brown
Dolly Wink Liquid Liner in Black
Majolica Mojorca Lash Gorgeous Wing Neo
Le Volume De Chanel Mascara in 10 Noir