(3/7/2015): This primer seems to blend much better if you use your fingers. The warmth of your hands really helps the green disappear more easily than using a brush or beauty blender if your skin is dry like mine.
This is the best green color corrector I have ever used. I have dry skin that dehydrates easily and also flakes a lot so I have to use a scrub almost every day in the winter (St. Eves apricot scrub w/ acne prevention). My skin is also very sensitive and few drug store brands that have anything to do with covering up don’t cause breakouts. After I apply my morning moisturizer (Olay 7 in 1) I mix in more moisturizer into the color corrector on the back of my hand and apply it to the center of my face, middle of my forehead, and my chin. I use it sparingly at first and then build it up as needed. I use my Real Techniques buffing brush to blend it in and there are a lot of days when I won’t even need my tinted moisturizer. I have a bit of rosacea on my cheeks so with the color corrector I often don’t need blush, just some highlighting on the tops of my cheekbones. (the 7 in 1 bottle I’m using now has SPF in it but the other two bottles I have don’t, so I’ll have to use my tinted moisturizer). I build up the color corrector on days when I want to use blush, bronzer or contour.