Tuesday, 24 June 2014

New Release | Max Factor Colour Corrector Sticks | Review/Swatches

Max Factor Colour Corrector Sticks 

Max Factor Colour Corrector Stick - Corrects dullness
The Revitaliser. This lilac stick counteracts sallow and yellow areas, banishing dullness. Use the stick to precisely target the area you'd like to correct. Gently blend on your skin and repeat action if needed. Then simply apply your foundation or CC Cream on top for a flawless look.
Max Factor Colour Corrector Stick - Corrects Dark spots on Light Skin tones
The Balancer. This pink stick evens out dark spots in light skin tones. Use the stick to precisely target the area you'd like to correct. Gently blend on your skin and repeat action if needed. Then simply apply your foundation or CC Cream on top for a flawless look.
Max Factor Colour Corrector Stick - Highlighter
The Illuminator. This highlighter softly reflects light and illuminates the face. Use after foundation or CC Cream to create contours and accentuate your features such as your cheekbones, or just under your eye brow.
These new releases from Max Factor have really raised the level in my eyes towards the brand, these are like pro products, a simple yet effective idea making it easy for anyone to use. The thing I love most is these have been created for specific purposes and each one is labelled as to what its designed for. Now theres lots of colour correctors on the market from different brands but no brand has brought a full range of colour correcting products so well done to Max Factor. 
There is a total of 5 available, they come in  a chubby stick version with a twistable bottom making life that so much easier, no sharpening and no loss of product. I am amazed at the pigmentation of the Colour Corrector sticks, the texture too is creamy and very easy to work with. These are designed to be applied straight to the face and then to be patted and smoothed out with fingers and that technique works perfectly, you then go ahead and apply your foundation etc. It is also advised to use natural daylight as you don't want to leave the house with too much pigment on your face and not realise until you've stepped out of the house.
These for me are winners, I am waiting eagerly for the other two to come back in stock. I got mine online from Boots at £9.99 each which is slightly pricier than other products from Max Factor but I'm seeing more and more high street brands getting pricier with the products they are recently creating but the products themselves are getting more and more advanced. Either way these will last a long time and for me thee price is justified.
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4 comments:

  1. These look so interesting! I'm definitely going to look out for them the next time I'm in Boots :)
    Great review lovely!
    Daniela xo | danielascribbles blog

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    1. They now seem to be stocked in stores, good luck x

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  2. These sound great, I am definitely going to be trying them out. Great review :) xox

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