The idea behind the Becca under eye brightening corrector is that you apply it beneath your eye (duh) and it's supposed to eliminate any under eye darkness and brighten the area. You can then apply concealer on top if you wish. You can apply it in three different ways,
- limited to just beneath the eye.
- beneath the eye and surrounding areas above and beside the eye.
- beneath the eye and down the bridge of your nose.
Although this product claims to 'brighten', I don't think it does a great job at that. If anything it just makes my under eyes look that little bit dewyer than the rest of my face and that's something I could have achieved for a fraction of the price with a good foundation and some highlighter. However, this does help cancel out the darkness under my eyes, the pink has a way of minimizing the harshness and making me look a little bit more alive, which is the sole reason I continue to use this. I use it as a highlighter on my cheekbones too because I find it gives a nice glow, especially if I'm wearing a pink blush. As I said above, I'm pretty much on the fence when it comes to this. I don't think I'd recommend this, and if I was to recommend you buy something like this, I'd recommend the ELF highlighter which is more than half the price and I tend to reach for more than this. I'm still slightly bitter that I bought this instead of a Kat Von D eyeliner, but yano, live and learn.
Have any of you tried this? Any thoughts? Comment below or tweet me @JesskaDenise.