Bobbi Brown Correctors are super creamy pink and peach based creams that are designed to be layered under your regular concealer to neutralize darkness for maximum coverage.
There are twelve shades in total. The shades are as follows: Porcelain Bisque, Light Bisque, Porcelain Peach, Light Peach, Light to Medium Bisque, Bisque, Peach, Medium to Dark Bisque, Dark Bisque, Deep Bisque and Very Deep Bisque.
I originally purchased Peach, which is actually a really good match for my skintone when I’m tan (MAC NC40), but I prefer my concealers to be a little bit lighter than my skintone (even though this is a “corrector”, not a concealer, I still couldn’t bear using something as dark as my skin). So, with that said, I exchanged it, and purchased Light Peach.
Light Peach is a pale, milky peach. It’s probably best suited for light to light-medium complexions – a very good match for MAC NC20-25.
This swatch shows the color very true to life.
For color comparison, here is Light Peach swatched next to MAC Select Cover-up in NW25.
The consistency of this product is very, very creamy and slightly tacky. I initially thought it would have a similar consistency to other cream concealers (MAC Studio Finish for instance), but it’s completely different. Cream concealers are very dense, while Bobbi Brown Corrector is very soft.
Something I’ve really realized with using this product is that you only need the tiniest bit. When I first purchased it, I realized I was using too much product (the same amount I’d use of concealer). It covered very well, but by the time I applied my concealer, it felt too moist under my eyes. I’ve come to realize that you really only need a tiny amount for it to get the job done and I shouldn’t go back for seconds.
My favorite way of applying this is with my ring finger and tapping it into the areas under my eyes where it’s the most purple. On days where I’m in a rush, I’ll quickly sweep it under my eyes with my finger and it works just as well.
In conjunction with my concealer, my dark circles are completely covered. More covered than they’d be with the concealer alone.