Colour correcting only with bright colours
Sure, half the fun of colour correcting is getting to use fun colours like blue, purple, and green but you can also colour correct with traditional concealers colours with different undertones to get huge results.
To find and use the right concealer properly, “choose a corrector that is a full shade darker than your skin tone,” says Tardiff. “For example, if you have a porcelain complexion, choose a light corrector. If you have a medium complexion, use a tan one.” Although you might be used to tackling your under eye circles with a light concealer, canceling out your dark under eye circles first will prevent that grayish murky look that can make you look twice as tired.