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There’s a brand-new concealer from Sisley and I have been testing it out. I have all the shades here to show you. Check out my review and swatches of Sisley Paris Stylo Correct.
What is Sisley Paris Stylo Correct?
- New concealer designed to tackle dull complexion, spots, dark circles, pigmentation, open pores, redness and fine lines
- Texture offers lightweight full coverage
- Easy to blend for a seamless finish
- Delivers a soft-focus effect
- Non-drying finish
- Features a fine tip for precise application and a foam tip for blending the product
- Available in 11 shades with neutral undertones across fair, light, medium, dark, and deep
- Benzoic acid – to minimise blemishes
- Alpha-bisabolol – to soothe skin and minimise discomfort
- Vitamin E Acetate – antioxidant protection
Sisley Paris Stylo Correct Shades & Swatches
There are eleven shades in the collection, and I have nine of them to show you.
- Fair / 000
- Fair / 00
- Fair / 0
- Light /1
- Light / 2
- Medium / 3
- Medium / 4
- Dark / 5
- Dark / 6
- Deep Dark / 7
- Deep Dark / 8
Here are the swatches of 000, 0, 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8:
Which shade should you choose?
Sisley say that each shade has been designed to corresponds to a shade of Sisley foundation. So, if you normally use a 2N or 2W foundation, you can go with Stylo Correct no. 2.
For me, my current Sisley Foundation is Phyto-Nude (see the review here). I use shade 2W1 in that, so according to Sisley I should be a 2. I don’t have the 2 to try, however, I actually really like to use shade 0 for correcting. It has a nice peachy tone that’s great for knocking out pigmentation and darkness on my skin tone.
I really love the creamy texture of this concealer. It applies effortlessly straight from the stick and blends out easily.
To get full coverage on hyperpigmentation, I draw the concealer over the dark spot or blemish to completely cover it, then I simply gently blend around the edges with the sponge tip and let it set. I don’t blend over the top as this tends to sheer it out a little.
To cover redness, I just draw a few lines and then blend across the whole area with my fingers. This gives a sheerer finish but perfectly offsets high colour.
For me, this is the perfect product to use when I am not using foundation. You can apply it very precisely to the areas that you wish to correct to completely even out skin tone without looking like you’re wearing any makeup.
I think it’s also great for touch ups on the go when any dark spots or blemishes are starting show through. You can quickly and easily get them back in check without disturbing any of your makeup.
It delivers a soft matte finish, which I really like on bare skin. If you are looking for a more luminous concealer to brighten and wear over foundation, I highly recommend the Sisley Paris Stylo Lumiere, which is glowy skin perfection.
If you don’t have that much to cover then this might not be for you. However, I think this will be particularly suited to spot-prone skin as it contains Benzoic Acid to work on blemishes and also Kaolin which will help to tackle excess oiliness.
Even with the inclusion of Kaolin, I don’t find it drying at all. In fact, there is Sodium Hyaluronate in there, a form of Hyaluronic Acid, which keeps skin nice and hydrated.
Where to buy Sisley Paris Stylo Correct
This correcting concealer is £46 and available now at: