Color Corrector Palette in Our Best Makeup Products Category

Color corrector palette is an essential addition to your makeup routine, and you need to neutralize imperfections and skin tone to achieve flawless-looking makeup. Every time you get ready for an occasion and wear a gorgeous dress, what adds to the look is spotless makeup that makes your skin look bright and illuminating. Using a color corrector palette with a cream base is just a perfect addition to your makeup routine.

Our skin faces regular wear and tear due to our diet and weather conditions. To have pristine skin every day is not possible, but having a perfect makeup look is, with the ultimate color correcting technique. With various shades of the color corrector palette and a comprehensive guide to hide fine lines, wrinkles, dark circles, acne scars, skin pigmentations and puffiness, etc., you can effortlessly get flawless skin. Character Cosmetics’ corrector palette is the solution to camouflage your skin for a faultless evening.

Color Corrector Palette for Every Skin Type    

Character Face Define Color Corrector Palette

Different face marks or scars require different corrector shades to help perfectly hide them for a smooth base. What's better than having a color corrector palette that offers different shades for the price of one? Character Face Define Palette offers 15 shades, including concealer and corrector, for the instant makeup solution. The formula contains a cream base, making it seamless to blend and define your face flawlessly.

Character Pro Concealer Palette

The Character Pro Concealer Palette is a professional tool for a flawless base and spotless finish. With a load of antioxidants and a vegan formulation, the palette offers 15 shades of concealer and colour corrector that can be mixed to find the perfect match for your skin. Using different ways to use a concealer palette, you can easily cover all the dark circles, pigmentation, moles, tattoos, etc. This concealer colour corrector palette offers medium to full coverage, perfect for deep scars and marks.

How to Choose the Right Corrector Shade

Green Corrector

Green falls opposite to red in the color wheel; hence, the green corrector neutralizes the redness of the face. Any skin breakouts or visible skin redness due to rash, sunburn, or other skin conditions can cause redness. Using a green shade from the color corrector palette along with concealer will help tone down the flaws and give an even skin tone. 

Orange Corrector

Orange falls opposite the blue in the color wheel. Correcting all blue hues, dark circles, dark spots, etc., is possible using an orange corrector. It smoothly blends on the face, neutralizing the patches on the skin. It works best for medium to dark shades of skin.

Yellow Corrector

Yellow is placed just in front of purple in the color wheel. Purple shade in color correct palette helps cover any purple hues on your skin, including bruises and skin tan. It works great on brownish under the eye and mild redness of the face.

Purple Corrector

Fixing all yellow undertones and paleness of the face is possible using a purple corrector. It instantly works by brightening your dull and pale skin and making your skin naturally shine and appear healthy.

Concealer as Color Corrector

The skin tone of the concealer also works as a color corrector. A concealer might do the work for light marks and patches. For light marks and patches, you can use pink, red, peach, or other shades from the concealer and color corrector palette to give you a blemish-free look.

How to Choose a Colour Corrector Palette?

Consider Your Skin 

Understanding your skin tone, undertone, and skin type is crucial for selecting the correct shades and formulas. Your skin tone, ranging from fair to deep, determines the overall color of your complexion. Choosing correctors that balance your skin tone is essential to avoid an unnatural and patchy appearance. Additionally, how to know your undertone and skin tone — whether cool, warm, or neutral—helps in selecting colour correctors that target discoloration effectively. Besides, considering your skin type is vital when choosing formulations. Dry skin benefits from creamy formulas that provide hydration, while oily skin may prefer lightweight, oil-free textures. For sensitive skin, going for fragrance-free, hypoallergenic formulas helps minimize irritation and allergies.

Color Options in a Palette 

Colour corrector palettes offer versatility by containing a variety of shades to address different skin concerns. Whether it is dark spots, blemishes, redness, uneven skin tone, etc., choosing a palette that contains multiple shades is ideal. Look for palettes featuring shades like green, orange, yellow, and lavender, which can effectively cover all your skin imperfections. Having a diverse range of colors ensures that you can customize your correction according to your specific needs.

Texture and Consistency

The texture and consistency of the colour correctors help decide the ease in application. Creamy formulas are always considered a perfect solution for their blendability and suitability for most skin types. It provides seamless coverage and is easy to work with, making it an excellent choice, especially for beginners. While application is also easy, the cream palette is easy to carry without causing any mess or spillage.


Consider the level of coverage that you need based on your skin concerns. Sheer color corrector palettes work well for minor imperfections, providing a natural-looking finish that allows your skin to breathe. On the other hand, full-coverage colour correctors offer intense pigmentation, effectively camouflaging more prominent concerns such as acne scars, tattoos, or hyperpigmentation. Choose a coverage level that suits your preferences and the severity of your skin issues.

Formula and Features

Considering the formulation and features is vital when it comes to makeup, whether it is foundation, lipstick, color corrector, or any other face makeup product. Look for additional features and ingredients in the formula to cater to your skin's specific needs. Hydrating formulas help get a smooth finish on dry skin, providing an extra boost of moisture to keep your skin nourished and supple. Oil-free formulas are essential for oily skin types to prevent clogged pores and excess shine. Long-wear formulas ensure that your flawless look lasts throughout the day. Check for tags like waterproof, smudge-free, and vegan formulas to get hands on the best beauty products for your skin.

How to Use Color Corrector Palette

Step 1: Layer your face using a moisturizer, face primer, and foundation of your shade.

Step 2: Use a color corrector palette and spot-treat your face using different shades according to the need. Make sure to dab and blend the corrector.

Step 3: Cover the corrector using a concealer that blends easily with your skin shade.

Step 4: Follow the rest of your makeup using an eyeshadow palette, lipstick, blush, contour, etc., according to your routine and occasion.

Our Colour Corrector Palettes are Cruelty-free, Dermatologically Tested & Vegan 

No one has a spick and span skin naturally. It requires effort to maintain healthy skin. Using a good quality color corrector is always a step towards pampering your skin with only good things. Corrector is to cover your flaws and not the reason for one causing flaws. Character Cosmetics' colour corrector palette is your perfect go-to product when investing in an ethical brand selling top-notch quality. Vegan formulation makes our color corrector palette suitable for different skin types without causing any skin irritation or rashes. It contains the finest ingredients, each approved by a dermatologist for smooth application on your skin. Before manufacturing the color corrector palette, the formulation goes through a completely cruelty-free testing process, making you choose a guilt-free solution to glam up your way.

Why Buy Color Corrector Palette from Character Cosmetics?

A day without blemishes and marks on your skin makes you flaunt your skin and dress the best. Getting such skin every day is possible using the best color correcting palette. The different shades in one palette allow you to cover all the flaws with just a single product. Character Cosmetics color corrector palette comes with different shades and works best for correcting and concealing your face for a smooth base. The color corrector palette price you can’t miss is now available on the Character Cosmetics online store to match all skin tones, along with blogs, YouTube, and Instagram channels to help educate and learn tips and tricks to get a professional finish makeup look every day.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

1. When to Apply Color Corrector?

Apply colour corrector after moisturizing your skin and layering it with primer and foundation. It's best to use colour corrector shades as needed, targeting specific areas of concern such as dark circles, redness, or hyperpigmentation. Color corrector helps neutralize or balance out any noticeable discoloration on your skin. Layer it with face concealer to get an even tone.

2. What to Use after Color Corrector?

After applying colour corrector, layer the face using a concealer of a shade that resembles your natural skin tone or your foundation. Ensure to blend the product seamlessly to avoid any harsh lines or patches. Finish your makeup look with compact or loose powder to help prolong the wear of your makeup and keep it in place throughout the day.

3. How do I Know Which Color Corrector to Use?

Color correctors use complementary colors from the color wheel to neutralize unwanted tones. Identifying your skin concerns is basic; for redness, opt for green correctors, while dark circles are best addressed with peach or orange correctors. Your natural skin tone and undertone influence corrector selection. Experiment with different formulations, such as creams, liquids, or sticks, to help find the ideal texture for your skin type.

4. Where Should You Put a Color Corrector?

Unlike foundation, concealer color corrector palette is a targeted product that you apply on specific areas of your face. It is best to focus on spots of discoloration, uneven skin tone, marks, and pigmentation. Common areas for color correction include under the eyes for dark circles, around the nose for redness, and on any blemishes or hyperpigmentation spots. Use a light hand and blend the corrector seamlessly into your skin before applying concealer for an even tone.

5. Is Color Correcting Better than Concealer?

Color correcting and concealer serve different purposes and can complement each other in achieving a flawless complexion. Color corrector neutralizes specific discoloration or imperfections on the skin, such as redness, dark circles, or puffiness, by using contrasting colours to cancel out unwanted tones. Concealer, on the other hand, provides coverage and camouflage for blemishes, dark spots, or under-eye circles, and color corrector. While both products are effective, including both strategically in your makeup routine will give a smooth and even base for the rest of your makeup.

6. How to Color Correct Redness?

To effectively color correct redness, opt for a green corrector as it is exactly opposite to red in the color wheel. The green hue neutralizes the redness on the skin, creating a more even complexion. Start by applying a small amount of green corrector to the areas affected by redness, such as cheeks or around the nose. Use a gentle tapping or stippling motion to blend the corrector seamlessly into the skin. Ensure that you do not apply too much product, as this can result in a greenish tint. Follow with a concealer to further camouflage any remaining redness and set with a translucent powder to lock the color corrector in place for long-lasting coverage.

7. How to Color Correct Dark Circles?

Dark circles are best covered using an orange or red colour corrector from the palette. The exact shade to go for will depend on your skin tone. Those with fair skin can choose an orange corrector, whereas a darker skin tone might require going for a red corrector to hide the dark circles. Using a brush, apply a small amount under your eyes and blend. Layer it with an eye concealer to get an even skin color that matches the rest of your face. Using a puff or brush, apply loose powder to set the concealer and color corrector to complete your base and move ahead with the rest of your makeup.


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