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Color Correcting 101: Using iMagic 12 Color Flash Palette + VLOG

color correcting 101
color correcting 101

Hello everyone! Today we’ll be playing around with makeup and just have fun. All while we’re learning on how to color correct together. The lovely ladies from Pro Studio Beauty Exclusives sent me  this super sulit 12 Color Flash Palette from iMagic. I’ll do avant-garde looks in the future but for now let’s start with an essential. Color correction.

What is Color Correction?

You’ve probably noticed that concealers no longer come in only skin tone shades. Instead, there are many different colors (green, purple, pink, yellow, white, etc.). Each shade has a specific issue they are best suited to conceal. And if you have several spots on your face that you struggle with, then understanding color correcting concealers can be a total game changer.



WATCH FULL VIDEO: Color Correcting 101: Using iMagic 12 Color Flash Palette



The iMagic Flash Palette retails for 1,350php in BeautyMNL and it’s always sold out. I suggest you get wait listed to get your hands on this baby.


Here’s what they look like when swatched on my arm. Each color is an inch deep and the palette holds a whopping 70g of product. Talk about a bang for your buck!


I got curious on how the pigments can withstand sweat and water. I gave it a water test and ran it through tap water for 1 minute. It kept intact. No change whatsoever. I think this would fade with rubbing and oil. They’re quite creamy and you can use either a brush or fingers just like I did. It has 10 matte colors, 1 silver, 1 gold. You can mix the colors to create your own! The possibilities are as extensive as your imagination.


Is it worth it? Yes indeed! Lalo na if you’re an aspiring make-up artist.


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