The range has a forceful, fancy name – Equalizer – because that’s what it is, and what it does.

Our 1 Beauty Fave Make Up For Evers Step 1 Skin Equalizers

Radiant Primers are skin-tone correctors (from left to right, top row): pink adds rosiness; yellow brightens medium skin tones; peach warms pallid complexions; and caramel gives a tan an even healthier glow. Blue (second from left, bottom row) reduces yellowness; green (middle, bottom row) is the Redness Correcting Primer, which does exactly what it says it does. The others – Hydrating, Smoothing and Mattifying primers (all bottom row) – correct skin texture. $68 each

There are nine items in the range: six skin-tone colour correctors (green, blue, yellow, peach, caramel and pink) and three skin-texture “improvers” (one mattifies, ones hides enlarged pores, and one acts as wrinkle filler). Used before any base makeup (that’s why it’s called Step 1), each product works singly, but you can also layer on a few at the same time, or use them on different parts of the face for different needs.

We dabbed pink to highlight our cheekbones and give them a slight rosy glow. On another day, we applied blue on our whole face to beat sallowness, and topped off with the mattifier on the T-zone. The best part: their disappear-into-nothingness and easy-to-blend texture.

An adapted version of this story first appeared in Female’s February issue, out on newsstands now.