I don’t have major dark circles under my eyes, at least, not comparatively. A little concealer is usually plenty to make them disappear, but the added help of a brightening corrector can provide an especially full coverage look. I actually find that the Becca Under Eye Brightening Corrector looks very natural when it’s worn alone. It blends into my skin, and makes my eyes look effortlessly bright.
The peachy corrector comes in a pot. The formula feels a little thick and wet. While comparable to Glossier’s Stretch Concealer in terms of the coverage it provides, the Becca Under Eye Brightening Corrector feels heavier on the skin. This isn’t totally terrible, though, because it is bendable and melts into the skin. If I were to use it anywhere other than the skin under my eye, it might feel greasy, but because my under eye is a little dry, I don’t mind the extra moisture.
I don’t usually go for color correcting, because foundation/concealer is plenty (plus I take good care of my skin). But it does really work, and if you deal with a lot of discoloration under the eyes, I would say give the Becca Under eye Brightening Corrector a try. It’s a high quality product.
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