correctors give you confidence exactly where and when you need it
corrector is a new experience for most men but once you have used it
you will never be with out it. correctors are used to hide
blemishes, discoloration, tattoos, and other
marks that you are uncomfortable with, anywhere on your
body. correctors may also be used to add color to your
complexion to give you a natural vibrant appearance when you need
4VOOconfidence correctors come
in four different colors and may be
blended to match most skin
this men's cosmetic / men's makeup product contains 10
botanical extracts, essential oils, vitamins, minerals,
and substances derived from natural sources.
Street cents TV show
Makeup for men is on the rise. Celebrities like Johnny Depp,
Justin Timberlake and Enrique Iglesias wear it and more and more
guys are wearing it out to work and on dates. It may seem slightly
preposterous, but men are discovering the secrets of makeup that
women have coveted for so long. So we picked three Montreal males to
see if makeup really makes an impression in the menís
The Brands: Street Cents picked two
brands to try, Menaji
(Concealer) and 4VOO
Testersí Comments for Menaji
Concealer: "If this is the darkest
concealer that Menaji has, then it doesnít really work for black
people." "It doesnít really blend in."
Testersí Comments for 4VOOConfidence
Corrector: "The makeup is light so itís actually mixing
in with the skin, not just covering it, so you donít have white
splotches on your face."
The Verdict: Itís pretty unanimous -
4VOO is the one to
the first time men use 4VOOconfidence corrector they are so pleased by the
results that they make it a regular step in their skin care regime.
if applying confidence corrector to your
face, complete your skin care regime first
using the confidence corrector color
closest to your complexion, rub the stick over the area you wish to
using your finger or a makeup sponge, gently blend the corrector into
the surrounding skin - start with a small amount and continue to layer
until the desired result is obtained
for optimum skin color match, it is common to purchase two or more
colors to mix for the desired result.
now you just have to learn not to blush
when people tell you how good you look!
follow these tips from professional make up artist Nathan
Johnson, an endorser and big fan of 4VOO products.
first step: pick your shade
4VOOconfidence correctors come in
four shades ranging from extra light to
dark, to match almost all skin tones. two tones can also
be blended to create your own perfect personal shade. the shade you should
use will vary depending on the imperfection you wish to correct.
under eye circles: choose a shade that is half to a
full shade lighter than your skin tone. this will counter the
discoloration and match your skin perfectly.
under eye bags and puffiness: choose a shade that
is a shade lighter than your skin tone. this extra lightness will
highlight the area and counteract the shadow thrown by the bag.
for pimples, freckles, scars, broken blood vessels, redness
around the nose, and ruddy or uneven patches: choose a shade
that is as close to your skin tone as possible. these discolorations are
usually slight and simply need to be neutralized.
for darker blemishes: choose a shade that is a half
shade lighter than your skin tone. the slight lightness will counter the
discoloration and match your skin perfectly.
for tattoos and unwanted birthmarks: choose a shade
that is as close to your skin tone as possible. a series of sheer
layers should be built to completely conceal the area.
application tips and tricks:
general: using the confidence
corrector of the correct shade, rub the stick over the area
you wish to cover. using your finger, gently blend the corrector into the
surrounding skin. it is best to start with a small amount and layer until
the desired result is achieved.
have two shades of 4VOOconfidence
corrector on hand, one to match your tanned skin, and one
for your regular tone. this also gives you the tools to blend the two
shades together for a personal shade
apply corrector only on the 'problem' area
(dark circle, blemish etc.) applying too much above and below or
dragging it too far out on the skin will only defeat the illusion.
always apply 4VOOcorrector in
sheer layers. a thick application will look less natural. if you
apply too heavily or unevenly, blot those areas with a tissue to remove
it is ok if you don't achieve total coverage of the dark
circle, blemish, or discoloration. the main objective is to
de-emphasize. an overly corrected spot will only attract more attention
to itself, defeating the purpose of covering it at all.
for the best results, apply 4VOOshine reduction powder on top of
confidence corrector. this will seal your
corrector, preventing it from melting and moving into fine lines. it will
also ensure all day wear.
tocopherol (vitamin E) -
protects cells against free-radical damage, and an abundant assortment of
researchers have theorized that this can slow the aging process ascorbyl
palmitate (vitamin C) - stable
and non-acidic form of vitamin C that is effective as an antioxidant
retinyl palmitate (vitamin A) -
positively affects cell production by binding to the tretinoin receptor sites
on the cell