Color-correcting products are all the rage right now. Even I, a make-up minimalist, purchased one (the NYX palette, from Target). I liked the price point and that it was basically all-inclusive. Since I wasn't really sure what I was doing (lots of late night youtube tutorials were involved), I didn't want to spend a lot in case I decided it wasn't a product I would use or need.
Obviously I really dug into the NYX palette (the DYT one is brand new and I *just* used it).
The Dressing Your Truth (DYT for short) Corrector Kit was definitely more expensive. It is $18.97 versus $11.99 for the NYX one. And I was hesitant to purchase it because I thought, "Hnngh, but it has less colors." But I read the reviews and they were all very positive, and watched the DYT tutorial by Anna K. who is a professional make-up artist and also one of the DYT experts. (You don't need to be a DYT Lifestyle to member to watch the video I linked to, and it's helpful regardless of what brand you use). The comments in the reviews that most stuck out to me were that the product lasts a very long time; you won't run through it as quickly as a cheaper, waxier product.
A picture is worth a thousand words, so here I am, after test-driving the DYT Corrector Kit:
I could definitely tell that the DYT Corrector Kit is a much higher quality product. I can't say how it compares to higher-end department store or luxury brands, as I have not tried any, but it definitely blows NYX out of the water (I do like NYX's eyeliner though. That stuff is comparable to high-end brands). It doesn't look like it is more pigmented than the NYX palette, but it is. I barely had to use any to cover my problem areas. Instead of just slip-and-sliding around my face, it stayed put. (And yes, I used primer with both brands). I can see why some women said this lasted them years.
As for the other colors, I don't miss them. Really, it's the peach, purple, and green that I used the most in the NYX palette. And I have another concealer palette that has a yellow concealer, so on the off-chance I want to cover some bruising or purple veins, I can just use that. It would be great if DYT would expand their Corrector Kit to include more colors in the future, but I'll still highly recommend this one. Also, it's very portable. You can easily toss it into a purse or travel with it (and since I travel a lot, that is a perk. The NYX palette is massive compared to the DYT one).
I hope you found this review helpful.
(NOTE: want to make sure I include the disclaimer that I am in no way associated with any of the brands or companies of the products I review, I have not been compensated in any way, I paid for the products myself out of pocket, and my reviews are always unbiased. I do occasionally receive products for free for the sole purpose of reviewing, but I am not compensated for it beyond receiving the product free of cost, and I am will always mention if I received the product for free for the purpose of reviewing.)