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Motives® Launches a Color Correction Guide

January 5th, 2017

If you’re anything like me, you struggle with areas of the face that need to be evened out to achieve a single, smooth tone. You may have anything from dark under eye circles to redness in areas that are pretty undesirable. When it comes to smoothing out those imperfections, it’s all about using the right tones and colors to combat. You know I have a love for all things cosmetics and that’s why we put our heads together at Motives® to launch our new Color Correction Guide. This will guide you and help you use your color correction quads to even out even the most stubborn imperfections.

New Motives Color Correction Quads

Are you getting excited yet? Here’s how it works:

Start by selecting your concern to learn how to achieve your flawless finish. You can choose from:

  • Dark Circles
  • Redness
  • Dark Spots
  • Dullness

And, then you’ll be guided through exactly how to deal and combat each concern. Ready to see a few examples? Let’s say you select “Dark Circles” as your concern, here’s what you’ll learn:

-Banish dark, under-eye circles and shadows for a more rested, even-toned appearance.

Once you’ve selected “Dark Circles,” your next step will be to choose your skin type and tone. You can choose from the images of models to decide who best matches your complexion, and learn how to color correct concerns specific to your skin.

Motives Launches Color Correction Guide: How to Use It

Here’s how to combat circles for “Light” skin:

  1. Brighten dark, under-eye circles with peach
  2. Use Motives® Color Correction Quad: No. 1 (Light to Medium)
  3. Use the concealing shade tan from No. 2 (Tan to Deep) to expertly blend color correcting shades into the skin
  4. Refer to your selected complexion image for optimal shade placement and application technique

Pretty cool, isn’t it? It’s a great way to learn exactly how to combat imperfections for good – no matter what you’re struggling with. Would you give Motives® Color Correction Guide a try?

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