Dark circles are something I’ve always suffered with and have struggled to hide, no matter what, they would always be apparent even through my make-up, until I tried this product by Becca.

Over a year ago I heard someone on YouTube talking about it, and although I wanted to try it I never did, purely because it is quite expensive at £24 which is almost €30 euros.

A number of months ago I was browsing Cult Beauty and discovered a set that contained two travel size primers and a travel size corrector, so I bought it because it was a great way for me to try three products at a cheaper price rather than one at a higher price.

This corrector comes in two shades; light to medium and medium to dark, I have the light one, which is a tiny bit too light but once I conceal etc. it’s fine and you don’t notice the lightness, what you do notice, well what I notice, is that my dark circles are diminished.

The first time I used this I noticed how less noticeable my dark circles were even through make up. When I first opened this, I expected the corrector to be thick and possibly difficult to work with, but I was pleasantly surprised by how creamy it actually it, how little of it I need and how easy it is to work with.

I love to use this with a round top eyeshadow brush, something like the Real Techniques Deluxe crease brush, which is a nice round dense brush that is small enough to work the product into my inner corner and just under the inner part of my under-eye area.

I find that brush to work very well with applying and buffing in the product leaving a streak free finish.

The corrector comes in a small glass jar with frosted glass, it’s very small and lightweight obviously as it is the travel size although I cannot imagine the full size being much bigger or heavier.

This is one product that I now couldn’t be without, although expensive, you use so little of it so it would last a while.

If you sign up to Cult Beauty and fill in their questionnaire you will get a code for 15% off which will help bring the price down.  The set I got was priced at £20 but I ended up getting it for £17.

If you suffer with dark circles and are struggling to hide them, this product may be one that’s of interest to you. Space NK on Grafton St sell Becca, so they may have it. It is also available from Cult BeautySpace NK and QVC UK.

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