So I caved and bought the Huda Beauty Overachiever Concealer. It was popping up everywhere on Instagram and if I’m completely honest I just added it to my cart to get free shipping haha!!
Anyway, let’s actually see if its worth all the hype. What does Huda Beauty say about the Overachiever Concealer;
“Launching our new full coverage creamy concealer, armed with skincare actives and a cooling zamac tip.
Developed with tired eyes and long nights in mind, the formula works to disguise the appearance of dark circles, redness, hyperpigmentation, age spots, and discoloration with a beautiful luminous-matte finish.”
- Retails for $30USD or $44 AUD
- Available in 20 shades
- I used the Find Your Shade function on the Sephora website and found that the shade they matched me to would have been a better match if it was a foundation. Using the shade that they recommended I then decided on a lighter shader about 5 shades lighter to ensure it would be highlighting under the eyes. Just something to keep in mind if you use the Find Your Shade function. I also googled swatches as well which really helped with deciding that Graham Cracker was the right shade for me.
- The shade had a bit of a pink/ peach undertone which I found really helped brighten and neutralise the under eye area.
- I like that it has a cool applicator and it comes in a squeezy tube which makes it super easy to apply.
- The coverage is medium to full- buildable without being cakey.
- However I do find it can cling to dry patches so make sure you moisturise before applying the concealer. I also make sure to prime with the Becca Under Eye Primer.
- I also make sure to set the concealer with a powder and with this combo I find it doesn’t crease or look cakey at all. It also lasts all day and night long.
While I do think its a great under eye concealer I don’t think it warrants the price tag. I still prefer my Maybelline concealer, or maybe that’s just me being stingy. If you are wanting a new concealer to try and don’t mind spending a bit then you should check out the Huda Beauty Overachiever Concealer, otherwise just stick with what works well for you.
**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.
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