I always hear such good things when it comes to MAC Concealers so when I saw this Correct and Conceal palette I decided I should try it out as I have always needed something to help even out my skin; in some areas it's extremely red and I also have pretty bad dark circles under my eyes thanks to the endless amount of uni work right now!
The palette I have in Light contains 4 creamy concealers (NC15, W10, NC20 & NW20) as well as two correcting tones (Pale Yellow & Pale Pink) which work together perfectly to help correct any unwanted tones in your skin, and the best thing is that they actually work so it's time to say goodbye to those dark circles!
On most days I use Bare Minerals as my foundation so found this palette a little tricky to use as, because I had to apply concealer first, it would tend to look cakey or rub off after I'd applied my powder foundation. However this palette does work wonderfully with my other favourite foundation YSL Fusion Ink in shade B20; I had been looking for a concealer to work with this as my Collection Lasting Perfect just wasn't cutting it and this proves is the perfect alternative that I can apply on top of liquid foundation to make my skin look completely flawless.
The other great thing about this palette is that from the collection of shades it actually works pretty well as a contouring product, I always use the top two palest shades as my concealers so the slightly darker shade of NC20 on the middle row is great for contouring on pale skin as it isn't too dark or warm in it's colour.
Overall I have to admit that I'm pretty impressed with this palette, however I do kind of wish that I had waited a little longer until the Studio Correct and Conceal line came out here in the UK as it was originally the duo concealer from this line that I was interested in!