This concealer palette is really useful and each of the 5 shades blends so smoothly.
The beige concealers are to help cover imperfections. The green to neutralise redness and the pink to cover dark circles.
The green definitely helped with redness. As I have a very pale pinkish complexion I tend to use it along my jawline to just below my cheeks. It blends into the skin beautifully and once the foundation is over none of the green tint is leftover. It also happens to cover the redness around fresh spots; just add a bit of the beige concealer over and your set.
The pink does help to brighten the under eye area though if you have a pink complexion, like me, it also makes you look slightly tired so it helps to go over with one of the beige concealers a shade lighter than your own skin tone. The combo works well. I’m not sure how it would perform on someone with a tan or dark complexion. If someone tries it let me know.
I didn’t blend them in all the way for the swatch below, I just wanted to show how smooth the edges blend out. The green and pink blends completely into the skin. The consistency is a really smooth creme formula, not sticky like Alila’s correctors.