I've tried a lot of under eye correctors. A lot. Luckily for me, correctors, concealers, brighteners, are all kinds of popular at the moment so they are a lot easier to to get hold of than they once were. But, although they may be easier to get hold of they are often not great for the job they were created for. The colour range is much, much better and now all skin tones are catered for but the textures often leave a lot to be desired. Chalky, thick and hard to blend - the last thing you want for an under-eye product is something that is going to sit in your wrinkles.
From first use I really loved the Correction Concentrate from Pixi. The Brightening Peach colour is perfect for my skin-tone and this has enough movement in it to blend in but is not so fluid that it will move when you go to apply concealer over the top.
This isn't only for under eyes, it's to brighten anywhere you find darkness - Awakening Apricot is perfect for darker skin tones who have uneven skin-tone. You can use this on it's own, under foundation or as I do, which is after foundation and before concealer. I just tap it in with my finger where the darkness is and then apply concealer over the top and set with the Laura Mercier Secret Brightening powder.
If you've tried the famous Bobbi Brown corrector this is very similar but is creamier - has more movement. If you are over 30 the Bobbi Brown may sit in the creases slightly. This doesn't. It's highly pigmented so a little goes a long way - again this is great for anyone with under eye wrinkles as you don't need to pile the product on.
And this isn't just make-up that you slap on. Vitamin A helps signs of ageing, Vitamin C brightens and Vitamin E nourishes.
What You Need to Know - Pixi Correction Concentrate