The technique of color correcting is definitely having a moment, and more brands are coming out with their versions. I recently tried Urban Decay's Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid and it definitely rates high on my beauty list.
Before I get into all the specifics lets talk about colour correcting. It's a makeup technique works for skin discolorations (such as brown spots, dark circles, and areas of redness) to neutralized them by applying makeup in a contrasting color over them. The process of color correcting does add an extra step or two to your makeup routine, since foundation or concealer is needed to cover up the additional color you're putting on your skin, but many find the technique helpful for achieving an even skin tone, and you would be surprised at how easy it actually is.
Urban Decay's Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid comes in five shades: Green to reduce redness, yellow to correct dullness, peach to minimize dark circles, lavender to decrease the appearance of sallow skin, and pink to brighten dark areas. Each comes in a clear tube with a sponge-tipped wand applicator for easy and accurate application. This fragrance-free formula has a smooth yet lightweight texture that blends easily and dries to a satin finish.
As far as the color correcting aspect goes, each shade is initially opaque in its unique color, but can be sheered down quite a bit to blend into skin. That doesn't mean you'll be able to go without makeup over them—the green is still quite green even after it's sheered out—but a light to medium coverage foundation or concealer will work well to make skin appear natural. I found that all the shades did a great job at correcting the discolorations they're designed to treat.
Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid gets a A from me. This color correcting makeup product is super easy to use and and works great for all the areas you want to attack. I definitely think it is one of the better choices out there for colour correcting.
When I first bought these I used this great video to help me learn all about colour correcting, If you are anything like me then you'll find this helpful too.