Packaging: The colour correcting and concealing palette comes in a sturdy brown case with flip-open see-through lid. There are 6 shades in total, neatly arranged to fit in a compact sized case. It can easily be carried around in your handbag, but application on-the-go can be a bit messy if you don’t have a lip brush, as no applicator is provided.
Texture: The concealers are very creamy and glide on the skin easily. You can easily blend it out without making it look patchy or lumpy.
Shade: The 6 shades don’t really have a name; only the palette is named ‘Medium’. The shades vary from light browns to deep ones along with yellow and pink colour correcting concealers.
How I use and staying power: There are 4 shades in this range, one palette contains green, yellow, lavender etc. shades to hide major skin imperfections like acne, dark spots, dark circles etc. while the other 3 palettes have more browns to correct skin tones and under eye circles along with shades of yellow and pinks to hide or blur out under eye puffiness. I use the browns to conceal dark spots and acne if any and the darkest brown shade to contour areas on face. Yellow is used to blur out eye puffiness; I don’t use the pink shade since it is used for hiding eye puffiness on fair skin. Since there is no applicator provided, I use my concealer face brush from real techniques to apply the product on skin and PAC mini beauty blender to blend it into the skin.
They look a bit shiny on skin so a setting powder is a must! I usually use my foundation over it and set everything with a powder. It does not make your skin look shiny or oily once you have properly set it and the effect last until you remove it all with a makeup remover; shall work this way for all skin types. Overall, a great concealer that does its job well.