Hints From a Pro: Many times when working on an actor, you might notice that a discoloration on their face will be a combination of colors. If this is the case, you can mix between the colors in the wheels. For example, if an actor has a gray blue under eye discoloration, I’ll use a mix of pink and orange to counteract the problem. If the problem is a small, minor one, I’ll dab a brush in each of the colors I need on the wheel and mix the correction right on the actors skin, as opposed to mixing it on a palette before hand. –Brad Look
|#88888 Light Corrector Wheel Includes:
Pink Hi-Lite: Counteracts gray or brown.
Extra Hi-Lite: A lighter highlighter.
Yellow Hi-Lite: Cancels deep red & purple.
Muted Green: Removes redness.
Orange Neutral: Neutralizes blue.
Soft Orange Neutral: Softer blue neutralizer.
|#88889 Dark Corrector Wheel Includes:
Burnt Orange: Neutralizes blue.
Red Neutralizer: Removes redness.
Deep Red Neutralizer: Removes redness
Soft Orange Neutral II: Blue Neutralizer.
Suntan Red: Counteracts gray.
Deep Muted Green: Removes redness