NICKA K NEW YORK HD CONCEALERS |REVIEW

I have been accumulating Nicka K products for quite some time now, and I should admit that they have some great quality products which cater all skin types. I’ll try to review rest of the products that I bought out from Nicka K, but first lemme start off with these HD Concealers which at first shot looks like the LA Girl Pro HD Concealers; I’d agree on that but let’s also agree that that’s pretty much a decent kind of packaging and stuff for just $2.99 babe. And I’ll also admit that I hardly found any kind of complete swatch party of all the 16-17 shades of them; like why Nicka K? Anyways, I had to only get two shades from the entire range and probably hope to get few more later, but in this post I’ll be talking about these Nicka K HD Concealers.

Instantly conceal and cover imperfections, blemishes, and dark circles with the Nicka K New York HD Concealer. Weightless, hydrating, yet pigment-rich, the formula boasts light diffusing technology that provides coverage that diffuses discoloration with a second-skin, soft-focus finish.

  • Conceals and covers all imperfections, dark circles and blemishes.
  • Light, creamy texture with full coverage formula.
  • Gives smooth looking, flawless finish.

PRICE : INR 450/- for a 15ml product.

Price point looks pretty affordable even for a normal budget girl, and there’s always discounts happening; so grab them asap. But the sad part is that, some websites are just not stocking up the shades.

Packaging, these Nicka K HD Concealers come in a pretty clear tubes so you know the shades you gonna pick or just don’t get confused while in your stash. It’s got a screw cap which when opened gives us a brush tip applicator and the next satisfying thing everyone does; squeeze it babe, squeeze it! And the concealer oozes out. Jokes apart, that was the packaging. It also got the shade name printed at the back of the tube. If you’ve been using or been a fan of LA Girl Pro HD concealers, this is just the same thing man! (packaging-wise, till now)

I feel this brush tip packaging is great for self application purposes, but if you’re a makeup artist and using the same thing/shade on every other client, then it’s a nayy! At least for me, hygiene does matters.

I ended up with these two pretty shades –

  • COPPER – which is a orange toned highlighting shade for me.
  • DARK CHOCOLATE – which is this beautiful true dark chocolate shade with hint of cool tones to it. I can use it as both contour and bronzing shade depending on my skin mood.

The concealers have a smooth creamy formula. I’d say these fall into the thick-liquid concealers category. Their formula is thick and makes it blend away effortlessly, when working fast of course. They also have amazing medium to buildable coverage, and they set to a beautiful matte finish with no cakey-ness or patches. I’d anyways set my concealer with a setting powder no matter what, and it helps the concealer stay in place without any creasing or budging. I would recommend the same to anyone while working with any kind of concealers, and no matter what skin type you have – setting the concealer definitely increases the longevity and gives a flawless finish.

These concealers did last for a pretty 6-7 hours without any touchups though, quite impressive of that. And these obviously would only crease at the corners of the nose and around the mouth area at the end of the day. Other than that, I think these concealers did a fab job in all aspects. If you’re looking for some affordable concealers in the market, I’d definitely suggest these.

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