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VIDEO: Colorscience All Calm, Tint du Soleil, & Mineral Corrector Palette Review & Tutorial

Thursday, October 05, 2017

An uneven skin tone is something I have always struggled with, and although I may not have bad acne, I always feel like I need to wear full-coverage foundation to even out my skin color. Redness and rosacea get worse with sun exposer, so it's extremely important for products to protect from the sun. Redness-prone skin can also be extremely sensitive, so it's crucial that products are calming and don't irritate skin further.

Colorescience is a brand I had never tried before, and I was intrigued by the multi-purpose products that claim to color correct while protecting and calming your skin. For today's video, I am reviewing the following products and showing how to apply them.
  • Colorescience All Calm Clinical Redness Corrector SPF 50: A green tinted primer that instantly neutralizes skin tone without leaving a green appearance. Patent pending BioSolace complex helps provide ongoing relief from sensitivity and the appearance of redness, while protecting from the sun with powerful SPF 50.
  • Tint du Soleil Whipped Mineral Foundation: A creamy, hydrating light coverage foundation that subtly evens out the skin tone will remaining natural looking. Contains SPF 30.
  • Mineral Corrector Palette SPF 20: A color-correcting palette with 5 creamy powders to conceal while correcting various imperfections, such as dark spots, dark circles, and more.
  • Brush-On Sunscreen SPF 50: A non-chemical powder sunscreen that can be worn over makeup or on it's own, with the perfect on-the-go packaging for reapplying. 

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FTC Disclaimer: Special thanks to Colorscience for sponsoring this video and providing the products. Some links are affiliate links.

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