This palette of concealer takes some basic knowledge of color-wheel basics to use. Information is on the back of the packaging.
"Green for redness and lilac for sallowness."
Pricey, but works well if used in moderation, and only with proper attention to layering/moisturizing/foundation for your skin. Use with a soft brush, not fingers, for best results.
Update: this is what i wrote before i discovered COVER FX. Still a very good product this, but won't repurchase since i've found my HG....... here's the previous review: i've got terrible dark-blue triangles under my eyes & this stuff's the only product that manages to cover it up. BUT it's very easy to go too far and make my face mask-like. Would be superb for photos/TV/on-stage - but in daylight have to be careful. Still trying to figure out how to work this - but the coverage is the best so far. Got the one for dark skin - the super dark colours i use as crease-shadow for eyelids: great! Use orange & orange-beige for those damn blue bits under my eyes.
Total waste of money. What's the idea with so much color?
Don't use the color at the same rythm. A little bit drying for my normal to dry skin.
This product is not bad as long as you use it very sparingly. The colours in this really do a good job covering my undereye circles, redness around my nose and mouth, and helping with general sallowness. The complaint that I have is that it is kind of thick and dry, so you need to apply it on top of well-moisturized skin, and then set it immediately with powder before it settles into fine lines. So basically, this is a pretty good corrector, but cannot be used by itself unless the texture of your skin is impeccable.