My Honest review on my first @influensterme vox box ! Color correcting sticks- Max factor has launched its new color correcting sticks early this year, and I received 3 of them to try in my @influenster vox box. So why do we need them and how to use them? They neutralize colors in the skin that we generally try to cover up with foundations and concealers. They help to neutralize dark spots, dull skin, redness and under eye circles. This is where color correcting products help counteract those tones by providing shades of color to rebalance the skin tone. I’ve been using this for couple of weeks now and not a big fan of the sticks though they are easy to use, affordable and clear labels making it so much easier to figure where and how to use though it, also I find them a little waxy to my liking and it doesn't blend easily. I need to use a bit of pressure to blend in and clings to my dry patches. The only color I have been reaching for is the orange just for underneath my eyes. Foundation: Face Finity is an All Day 3 in 1 foundation and is supposed to holds like a primer, corrects like a concealer with the long lasting finish of a liquid foundation with SPF 20.Firstly I want to make a mentioned that I got a shade lighter than mine (and that’s completely my fault) though I did try to make it work for the camera with my bronzer, I must say difficult to blend. The foundation is thick and I used just 1 pump for my whole face, I guess if it was the correct shade I would use 1 more. I did break out every time I tried it with a new pimple. I guess this might just me and my skin at the moment. Pan sticks (Highlight & Contour): In my opinion these where the best products from the lot as they blend really well into the skin with minimum effort and are very easy to use. This too was the wrong shade and once again and that’s completely my fault but I can make them work! And I believe they are really affordable too. Blush: I like my blushes really pigmented, and found the max factor blush a little meh to my liking, I was hoping for some more pigment, although I think if you are a newbie at makeup or like a light wash of color you might like this.