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post #31 of 50
I loved this video and it inspired me to hunt down the double ended corrector from the Mickey Contractor collection; one end is orange and the other yellow/gold. They really need to bring that back, Im afraid to be without it!
post #32 of 50

I bought two of those correctors.  One is going bad, it's time to bring the other out.  BUt before my skin went bad, I was able to use that with NC44 concealer only.  I hope you find it.

 

They need to bring that whole collex back. 

post #33 of 50

Ohhh, what's the name of that double sided corrector?

post #34 of 50
Thread Starter 

MUFE  Camoflage Cream No. 20 is a a great orange colored skin corrector as well. 

post #35 of 50
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Ohhh, what's the name of that double sided corrector?

I don't remember, it was LE from the Mickey Contractor collex..     Man I LOVED that collex...  

post #36 of 50

 Ben Nye should seriously pay me for always highlighting their products...

 

Anyhow, they have these new adjusters in their Mojave line which include yellow, orange and coral tones. Even cheaper is their cream liner (read cream colour) in orange. I use that one for blush and correction.

 

The adjuster costs $9.50 for 8.5g, and the liner costs $5.99 for 7g.

post #37 of 50

Thanks for the recommendations everyone. I'm tired of waiting for MAC to restock their orange. I have been so anxious to try this technique under my eyes for weeks now.

 

reesesilverstar - where is Ben Nye sold typically?

 

ss215 - is the MUFE sold individually? I didn't find it on Sephora.

post #38 of 50

There is a costume store here in Houston that I go to, but if I don't feel like driving, I order from http://camerareadycosmetics.com. Just search "cream colors" and "adjusters." Their processing and shipping is extremely fast (3 days from California to Houston).

post #39 of 50

Thanks, love, checking it out.


Edited by MissTT - 10/28/12 at 10:53am
post #40 of 50

I was able to buy it off of a boardie here awhile back. I might just try the ben nye colours next if I dont find anything comparable when I'm done with this one. I mix it with my liquid concealer as well.

post #41 of 50

What color or shade of orange do you have from ben nye reeses?
 

post #42 of 50
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Thanks for the recommendations everyone. I'm tired of waiting for MAC to restock their orange. I have been so anxious to try this technique under my eyes for weeks now.

reesesilverstar - where is Ben Nye sold typically?

ss215 - is the MUFE sold individually? I didn't find it on Sephora.

It is, I got it from the Sephora store in Soho, where there is a MUFE boutique. You can call them or the MUFE store in Union Square to order.
post #43 of 50

Thanks TripleS. I ended up getting the Ben Nye Mojave because I was anxious. I spent $16 since I had to paid shipping which sucked, but I really think this orange technique will be my HG technique for hyperpigmentation and I couldn't stand to wait another day. At least now I know I have several brands to try.

post #44 of 50
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What color or shade of orange do you have from ben nye reeses?

 

I have their cream liner in orange and their mellow orange deep neutraliser from an older line. Once I'm through, I'll get the Mojave adjusters.
post #45 of 50
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Thanks, love, checking it out.

You are welcome, anytime!
post #46 of 50

I purchased both the Ben Nye and the MAC Corrector and I can't get this technique to work. I have hyperpigmentation under my eye that looks like major dark circles and I don't know how to cover it up. I hate it. ssad.gif

post #47 of 50
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I purchased both the Ben Nye and the MAC Corrector and I can't get this technique to work. I have hyperpigmentation under my eye that looks like major dark circles and I don't know how to cover it up. I hate it. ssad.gif


Have you tried patting your corrector? I know that sometimes the technique would not work for me, because I wouldn't pat on the corrector to make sure it looked okay and covered everything. Personally, I use Bobbi Brown Corrector in Dark Peach and it works wonders for me. But I would say patting the corrector in, or mixing it with your concealer and applying it that way has been working for me.

post #48 of 50

Im glad i read this thread. I really need to try this orange concealer. 

post #49 of 50
Hi, how can I view this video? It says video is private
post #50 of 50
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Hi, how can I view this video? It says video is private

I'm kinda thinking they may have removed that video. Or looks like we can only see it if we have an invited direct link to it.

 

I just saw a video where youtuber Jackie used Face Atelier's Heat as her orange corrector.

 

 


Edited by Copperhead - 1/5/14 at 1:28pm
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