Color Correcting Liquid Primer

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Color Correcting Liquid Primer

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Color Balancing Lavender

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Color Correcting Liquid Primer is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rosy brightning and a whitenening Do love this primer, at first, the was white pink and paled my already pale skin, but blend out looked fine. Smells good, feels, good like a light bb/cc creme. I would buy another.
Date published: 2018-01-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Face primer I bought this in rose and first it’s more like a tinted moisturizer or CC cream it smells good seemed to brighten color correct my complexion it just doesn’t remind me of a primer. More like a cc cream.
Date published: 2017-11-15
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I was wanting to know what i can get to tone down my rosy red cheeks ?

Asked by: songbird
You can find several green correctors on elf.com! They have a green face primer, a green corrector pen, and a green corrector in a chubby stick. You use each of them in slightly different ways, so be sure to follow the instructions to get maximum performance from the one you choose. Good luck!!
Answered by: Crazy88s
Date published: 2018-01-19

Can you use this colour corrector under your eyes?

Asked by: CheekyMonkey
This is really for the elf team after using all over face would you apply more for dark circles. Just wondering how it works would love to try it. I love elf products and use several of their products daily.
Answered by: Teri 769
Date published: 2018-01-09

Lavender looks more like a dark apricot, the apricot is skin toned not peachy and where is the green for balancing redness? Terrible product just on that alone. Won't be buying them. If you cant get your colors straight the formula is likely horrible

Asked by: Chrissy1970
They've fixed the colors! :) The names of the primers weren't corresponding with the actual colors. 
Answered by: ishakhalid03
Date published: 2018-01-13

Are the names mixed up? Correcting Apricot looks pink, Brightening Rose looks lavender, and Balancing Lavender looks peach.

Asked by: brooklyngirl
We apologize for any confusion regarding this product. The correct name and shade is now displaying properly.
Answered by: the elfteam
Date published: 2018-01-26

How does the primer feel on the skin and to touch?

Asked by: Yanabanana

Is this a water or silicone based primer?

Asked by: jackieeeebee

Will you be making a green shade to help with redness and rosacea? Thanks!

Asked by: Martinigal

The color names don't seem to be correctly corresponding to the color shade. Please review and correct.

Asked by: Honeybees
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