BUDGET beauty brand Collection has launched a new range of colour correctors – and they’re almost £15 CHEAPER than the cult Urban Decay version.
The cosmetics company, formerly known as Collection 2000, is renowned for offering up quality make-up at affordable prices.
Its latest range of Lasting Perfection Colour Correctors retail at the bargain price of £4.19.
Meanwhile Urban Decay’s Naked Skin Colour Correcting Fluid will set you back £19.
The product aims to help create a flawless base by targeting three of the most common skin concerns: blemishes, dark circles and dull skin.
The Collection correctors come in three shades – lemon, green and lilac – and are endorsed by brand ambassador and celebrity make-up artist Francesca Neill.
She advises using the lemon-coloured fluid to counteract dark circles under your eyes by dabbing on a small amount of the product and building it gradually.
The green corrector helps to reduce redness caused by blemishes, particularly in the T-zone.
The lilac lifts dull and sallow skin when applied to the forehead and cheeks.
Francesca advises going over the whole face with a beauty blender to ensure all shades are fully and evenly distributed, then waiting for it to settle before applying foundation.
The Collection Lasting Perfection Colour Correctors went on sale in Boots and Superdrug earlier this month.
Fans of the budget cosmetics brand have already been getting excited about the new product on social media.
Fun day with @natalia_petruccelli @thisispegasus Talking all things @collectionlove 💄 So many amazing new product launches. Excited to have all these goodies in my kit ✨ #makeup #makeupartist #collectioncosmetics #colourcorrection #eyesuncovered #primedandready #eyeshadows #primer #lipprimer #fixingspray #mascara
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One commented: “My Geordie lass s**t skin loves the concealer. I am all over this shizzle! Whey aye.”
Another gushed: “They look amazing.”
Earlier this week we revealed Primark is selling an eyeshadow palette with 10 hues – and it’s £35 cheaper than the Urban Decay version.
We also reported why you should always wet your make-up sponge before using it.
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