Color Correction Concealer
Let's begin with a little medical education…
- Deoxygenated blood is dark violet-red. Most veins carry deoxygenated blood, which is a darker color than oxygenated blood. The deep color of blood makes veins appear dark, too.
- Skin absorbs blue light. Subcutaneous fat only allows blue light to penetrate skin all the way to veins, so this is the color that is reflected back. Blood also absorbs light, so blood vessels appear dark.
Let's look at the color wheel...
- Deep Rust Corrector (dark rusty orange to copper) for the deepest complexions.
- Rich Orange Corrector (deep true orange) For moderately deep complexions.
- Salmon Corrector (medium orange with yellow undertone) for medium complexions.
- Pale Coral (palest orange with yellow undertone) for the lightest complexions.
Looking for more than just a cosmetic fix?
OR…If you have some serious $$$ to invest, look into laser treatments. Many have minimal downtime and will super stimulate collagen growth and greatly reduce the vascularity that shows through thin skin.
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