A Product A Day! Huda Beauty Rose Gold Palette

One of those days when you can’t wait to get a new post off your chest..you can’t wait to get it all out..your feet are restless and your fingers are tingly lol. Yes, you guessed it right! That’s the day you have Huda Beauty on your mind πŸ˜€ With the Diva’s new palette launch at Sephora with all those luscious shades to choose from, its hard not to write a review. So let’s begin!

As they say when Huda Kattan creates new products, the world notices. Raising the bar with her unique Textured Shadows, she’s created a palette of highly saturated mattes, chrome pressed pearls, and 3D metal shadows. The best thing is that you can build these colors up. No matter what the occasion, believe me this palette has you covered!

What’s in the palette and what is each of those gorgeous shades all about:

Dubai – a smoky bronze

Fling – a shimmering cranberry

24K – an extravagant gold

Rose Gold – a lust worthy rose gold

Trust Fund – a copper (interesting name for an eye shadow)

Blessed – a vintage gold

Angelic – pink with gold reflections

Moon Dust – a stellar gold illumination

Bossy – a maroonish clay

Flamingo – notice-me pink

Shy – a subtle dusty shade of pink

BAE – a cream-colored base shadow

Black Truffle – a very very dark wicked black

Suede – a smooth gray

Coco – a dark brown

Maneater – a callous, brutal shade of mulberry

Henna – a warm traditional reddish-brown

Sandalwood – an earthy tone

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(Image courtesy: google.com) (Too precious to waste on swatches πŸ˜› so i decided to pick an image that caters to different skin tones).

The shades are beautiful. Each shade is enough to last you many many occasions which is what we all want considering the amount we’ve spent on this one, I know many of you have been saving for this beauty. Also in some of her videos she has shown how you can create different nail colors using the palette and toping it off with a transparent nail paint to seal and lock in the color. This seems rather interesting and I would love to try it out. The best thing is that you don’t need two different palettes to create a certain look. I do believe Huda’s next one will bring in hues and shades of blue, green, purple etc. and they are going to be as pigmented as this one. Can’t wait!!!

Let me know how many of you got your hands on Huda’s debut palette.

Signing off

W & S

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