The Corrector which I have here is very creamy, it brightens and neutralizes the purple and green undertones of dark circles. It's meant for under the eyes, including the inner corner and then on top Bobbi suggests to try the Creamy Concealer which while will lighten and even the skin under the eye. I will solely review the corrector today, I do have the concealer as well, but that will be for another day.
I have the Corrector in the shade "Light Bisque" here, which is a pale pinky salmon tone. This is the second lightest shade out of 12 colours available. These are based on pink or peach tones, the darker shades are more peach however. If you are on the pale side, I would suggest this one. You can see in the image above, I have it swatched on the left and then on the right blended. When used on top of a eye cream, this stuff just glides it, it's a beautiful thing. This can be applied with your fingers and tapped in, or with a concealer brush like the Sigma F70. It's recommended to set it with a yellow powder, I don't bother most of the time.
I have compared it here with the MAC Studio Finish Concealer in NW15, you can tell the Bobbi Brown is much more pink and darker, it's coming across as a little too dark here. The consistency is like night and day, the MAC is very dry and although giving great coverage, it is very difficult to use under the eyes and I wouldn't suggest it, it's better for spot concealing on the rest of the face, whereas the Bobbi Brown is designed to be used under the eyes, it's light and creamy but with good coverage.
If you are in the US, Bobbi Brown is accessible on her website, or at Sephora and department stores with her counters. And in Canada, I have purchased it at Holt Renfrew, Bobbi Brown is not available to Canadians through Sephora neither in-store or online (which is super lame). You can also buy it online through retailers like Apothica.com (where I got my Creamy Concealer). I tried getting a sample of the Corrector at Holt Renfrew and the girl looked at me like I was crazy.
Have you tried tried Bobbi Brown's concealers or correctors?