Saie's New Hydrabeam Concealer Is Finally Here!
We first fell in love with Saie because of its Super Glowy Gel, which leaves our skin looking absolutely radiant, and when we found out about their new Hydrabeam Concealer, launching today, March 2, we couldn't wait to try it out for ourselves. Continue below to find out all about Saie's new Hydrabeam Concealer!
The new Hydrabeam Concealer ($26) comes in a mere nine shades, which we think can definitely be expanded in the future. We're assuming they're testing out the product and want to see how it performs with audiences, so maybe we will see more shades in the near future!
This concealer is different than other concealers you may have tried in the past. A lot of concealers on the market are great at mattifying the undereye but can leave the skin dry and appear cakey. Saie set out to improve this and turned to ingredients like squalane, glycerin, tomato extract and cucumber extract. The combination of these powerhouse ingredients works together to lock in moisture, and brighten and soothe the skin.
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The concealer wand itself is smaller than most we've used in the past, but we love it! Other wands are way too big and hold too much product at one time. Thanks to the smaller wand, you can be more precise with where you place the product on your face.
After applying the concealer, there are all sorts of ways to blend it into the skin. Whether you use your fingers, a damp beauty sponge or a brush of some sort is entirely up to you. But what you can expect is a super hydrated undereye area that's made both brighter and more glowy.
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If you're wondering about the consistency of the product, it's more of a whipped-gel texture as opposed to a cream. It's on the more sheer side and is meant for brightening, blurring and enhancing the face's features. Once you put this on, you can either leave it as it is or set it with a powder. By setting it with a powder you'll be locking the product in place and mattifying it a bit. That's the method we prefer, but it's entirely up to you!