Friday, May 20, 2016

Marc Jacobs Cover(t) Stick Color Corrector in 320 Getting Warmer

The Marc Jacobs Cover(t) Stick Color Corrector in 320 Getting Warmer ($52) is probably the chicest way to hop on the colour correcting bandwagon. The white and black minimalist twist-up plastic packaging is right up my alley. 



The Marc Jacobs Cover(t) Stick Color Corrector is available in three shades: 
310 Bright Now - pink/lilac to eliminate dullness and cover dark circles for light skin
300 Co(vert) Affairs - citron/lime to eliminate redness 
320 Getting Warmer - peach/caramel to eliminate dark circles and hyperpigmentation for medium/deep skin

The Marc Jacobs Cover(t) Stick Color Corrector in 320 Getting Warmer ($52) has a few different uses which will change depending on your skin tone. For medium/dark complexions, Getting Warmer can be used to as a concealer and dark circle corrector. For light/medium complexions, it's more of a bronzer to warm the skin. 

I fall into the light/medium side of the spectrum, so I've been using the Marc Jacobs Cover(t) Stick Color Corrector as a bronzer on the outermost edges of my face and cheekbones. The caramel shade is just the right amount of orange to give a warm glow to the face. 

I have a bit of hyperpigmentation where I would normally put bronzer. The Cover(t) has a light/medium coverage when blended onto the face.  



My skin doesn't typically get along well with face products in stick form. This one's special. The velvety, almost mousse-feeling texture glides on the skin with ease. It's smooth, soft and easy to blend but not oily or slick on the skin. The pigment lasts around 5-6 hours on my skin without looking blotchy, which is nice. 

Overall, the Marc Jacobs Cover(t) Stick Color Corrector is a unique texture that I wish more products could have.  It works for the purposes that I use it, however I'm not really sure if I'm using it right. Plus, I'm not quite in the need for another bronzer. Then again, if you're a medium/deep skin tone this might be a holy grail for you! 

What do you think of the Marc Jacobs Cover(t) Stick Color Correctors? 
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