Laura Geller Filter Corrector Color Perfecting Balm*


When it comes to keeping makeup looking natural, it’s fair to say that colour corrector might not be at the top of your wish list. I admit, it does sound rather high maintenance, but with Laura Geller’s Filter Corrector Color Perfecting Balm, evening out your skin tone has never been easier.


Packaged in a dinky little snap-top tower, complete with mirror are three colour correcting gels, which deal with the most common problems when it comes to skin – redness, sallowness and dullness.


If you suffer from dark rings under your eyes, you’ll want to start off with the peach shade. Patted into shadows, it brightens everything up, and fakes a few good nights sleep.


The blue shade has been specially designed to cancel out yellow skin tones and brighten skin. Since my skin is more pink than sallow, it’s probably my least-used out of the three, but if I’ve had a few late nights, and not drunk enough water, a little of the formula pattern into cheekbones fakes a green-juice worthy glow.


The last of the trio is the green gel which is my absolute must have! As someone who turns pink far too easily, this is an absolute lifesaver. Patted into my nose and cheeks, it kills redness in its tracks.


The three shades in the tower have been so well thought out, and I love how lightweight all of the formulas are. I apply them to bare, moisturised skin, and then apply my tinted moisturiser and concealer like normal. They’re a lifesaver for days you want to look your best, and the effects last all day long! I’m also such a fan of how portable the balms are – if you’re off on a half term jaunt, these couldn’t be easier to throw into your hand luggage. And bonus? They won’t spill!

Laura Geller Filter Corrector Color Perfecting Balm is priced at £25 and is available here (UK) and here (US)


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