Have you noticed a theme yet? First, we had the gorgeous New Nude eyeshadow palette by Huda Beauty. Now we have the entire gemstone-inspired Obsessions collection by Huda Beauty on the blog! Anyone would think that I am a fan of the Huda Beauty brand...?!
After trying, using and discovering that I am obsessed with the New Nude eyeshadow palette by Huda Beauty I decided to invest my money in basically some more Huda Beauty eyeshadow palettes, that, let's face it, I probably do not need.
The gemstone-inspired Obsessions Vault features all five of the Obsessions palettes! From Sapphire, Emerald, Amethyst, Ruby, and Topaz! Each individual palette contains nine stunning shades - from duo-chrome shimmers to creamy matte finishes, it is clearly true what they say, "all good things really do come in small packages".
The Obsessions palettes are travel-friendly in my opinion.
Whether you wish to play it safe with the easy-to-wear Topaz palette OR venture way out of your comfort zone by rocking the blues and greens from both the Sapphire and Emerald palettes, I think that these petite palettes by Huda Beauty are actually ideal!! They offer versatility with an amazing eyeshadow formula that is pigmented, buildable yet velvety in texture. If you are someone who really wants to try the Huda Beauty eyeshadow formula out but understandably you don't want to splash the cash all at once by going straight in for a full-sized palette, I think that either palette from this collection would be a great choice because they are very reasonably priced in my opinion.
Both the matte and metallic shadows by Huda Beauty have a soft and very light consistency in my opinion. They are not formulas that I would describe as creamy, although they are somewhat buttery and velvet-like? You can effortlessly layer and really build the intensity of each colour beautifully, and this is actually an option that I really like and appreciate! You are not limited by this palette. For whether you want a truly matte eye look or you want to wear all of the sparkle and glitter, you can mix and match a combination of the two formulas in the one palette very easily and actually pretty effortlessly too!
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