The correcting pencil (£18) is meant to give a "fresh and healthy looking complexion all day long" and help reduce "imperfections, redness and dark circles".
The pencil is very creamy and pigmented and comes with its own sharpener.
It applies really smoothly and blends in really well. Though the
colour is meant to be a universal shade, I had my doubts initially
given how peach it is, however it really does neutralises
bluish/purple tones under the eyes and I also found it works well on
redness on my face and surprising seems to blend in with my very
I use this on any redness around my nose area but predominately
under my eyes and on my lower waterline. It lessons the
discolouration under the eyes and then I apply my normal concealer
(that is more of a skin match) over the top. On the waterline it
looks very natural and brightens up the areas and gets rid of
redness and I actually prefer this to my more skin colour waterline
Pictures below, the first with nothing on, the second with the pencil applied and the third with it blended in.
Swatched L-R: Une skin
glow pencil G02,Illamasqua Vow, omorovicza correcting pencil
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