April 1, 2016

I Know Givenchy Acti’mine Color Correcting Primer Sound Yummy But Don’t Eat Them!

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Givenchy Acti’mine Color Correcting Primer

Givenchy Acti’mine Color Correcting Primer ($41) joins the color correcting trend with flavors, errrr, I mean names like Acti Strawberry and Acti Kiwi these sound yummy enough to eat but please don’t!

Available in four shades these new correctors provide a radiant, sheer, yet matte finish. That wasn’t confusing at all, Givenchy. A special blend of pigments in each corrector act to blur the appearance of pores, conceal redness, brighten your skin tone, or correct dullness all while prepping your skin for foundation and allowing that foundation to wear longer.

Shades include:

  • Acti Milk: Universal shade that brightens and revitalizes.
  • Acti Strawberry: Shade for light to medium skintones that corrects dullness.
  • Acti Kiwi: Universal shade that corrects redness.
  • Acti Plum: Shade for fair to light skintones that corrects dullness.

Givenchy Acti’mine Color Correcting Primer are available now at Sephora.com.

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  • Joanne

    Hi, do you know if they’re a totally new product or are they just reformulated? Many thanks.