I love the Isadora color correcting concealers specifically they anti- redness one. I have so much redness on my face It usually takes a full coverage foundation to cover it up. I really envy people who don't have this problem, petty I know but it can be a real hassle. Especially when it comes to leaving the house without wearing makeup, I usually look as if I've been recently sun burnt or just had an incredibly embarrassing moment that I've yet to get over.
The Isadora color correcting concealers are cream concealers you get four in this quad. One is for dark circles one is just a normal concealer and one is a anti redness concealer. You also get a cream highlighter in this palate. Because these are cream products I use my fingers to apply and blend it into my skin. Its glides on perfectly and the heat from your fingers helps it to blend into your skin with minimal effort
The anti-redness concealer is enough for me to buy this product for the rest of my life. It does so well covering a huge majority of my redness which means that I'm not constantly stuck reaching for my full coverage foundation. It is a green color when in the palate but when blended out it has no color it just covers all your redness. Don't worry you wont be left with a green face once its on. When its blended in you hardly notice it but it does such an amazing job of counteracting any redness that you may have.
The Dark circle concealer is a peachy orange color that helps to counteract the blue purple colors that contribute to most of our dark circles. I have a tendency to over compensate with product when covering my dark circles which when using your fingers isn't great as I usually apply to much which means later I develop creasing under my eyes which can make them look tired or heavy. So even though cream products blend better when using your fingers I would still use a brush to pick up the product for under your eyes.
The concealer is a flesh tone color that helps to cover imperfections its works even better when using the anti redness concealer especially if your trying to cover spots or imperfections.
I had never used a cream highlighter before but this one gives a lovely glow to the skin without being glittery. It applies lightly to the skin without being overly sparkly so you don't have to worry about looking like Edward Cullen when you leave the house. I would tend to use this more during winter time though along with my cream blushes. As I prefer to use powder products in summer months.
Let me know what some of your favorite concealers are, i'd love to hear from you :)