Marc Jacobs Cover(t) Stick Color Corrector

Marc JacobsCover(t) Stick Color Corrector



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An easy-to-use color corrector stick in three marbleized hues to brighten, neutralize, and conceal hyper-pigmentation for an even complexion.

Demystify color correction—it's never been easier to target imperfections, conceal and create a balanced-looking complexion. Cover(t) stick comes in three specially formulated shade filters in marbleized dual hues: Bright Now eliminates dullness, Co(vert) Affairs neutralizes redness, and Getting Warmer conceals hyper-pigmentation and cancels out dark circles. Velvety blurring pigments filter light for a soft-focus effect. the forgiving creamy stick formulation has a silky touch and can be blended all-over or targeted to create a unified-looking, radiant complexion.

Use The Shape Contour and Blush Brush (sold separately) to apply to desired areas and blend; or, apply directly to skin and blend with fingertips.

Bright Now pink-and-lilac covers and eliminates dullness. Blend Bright Now horizontally from temple to temple for an eye-brightening effect. For fair skin, apply under eyes to neutralize discoloration.

Co(vert) Affairs citron-and-lime covers and neutralizes redness. Concentrate application on the center of the face, where redness appears most. tap and blend onto blemishes.

Getting Warmer peach-and-caramel conceals hyper-pigmentation and dark circles. Swipe and blend along forehead, cheeks and chin to even skin tone. For deeper complexions, Getting Warmer delivers a brightening effect. For best results, use The Shape Contour and Blush Brush (sold separately) to apply to skin in sheer layers and blend; follow by stippling or tapping foundation over Cover(t) Stick.
About Marc Jacobs:
The youngest designer to win the CFDA Perry Ellis Award for New Fashion Talent, Marc Jacobs has been at the top of the fashion stratosphere almost from the time the first look came down the runway in 1986. He's been credited with stylizing the so-called grunge aesthetic and has also turned out flawlessly ladylike suits and dresses. His design range is as impressive as his ability to influence trends.
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