Back at the reviews! I haven’t done a proper review in a while so I thought that I’d make this one about a much raved about palette. The Huda new nudes palette.
I received this for Christmas and I was so grateful, I instantly had to open and use it straight away! I’ve now had it for over a month and I think that it’s adequate time to write a truthful review about it.
At first glance, this palette is good enough to just stare at all day, it’s so pretty! The palette consists of 10 matte shades, four reflective shades, 2 glitters and 1 concealer.
I’ve used all shades and they’re all highly pigmented though the glitters require a bit more building and can get a little messy but I don’t mind since the result is so satisfying to me. The concealer is good though I think another shadow would have been a bit more preferable to me since I can just use my regular concealer for the exact same result.
I really love the pink shades as I feel they’re the prettiest and can be used for either a natural or intense look though all the shades compliment each other perfectly and the possibilities seem endless!
I also appreciate the mirror as I like to get up close and personal when doing my eyeshadow and this mirror ensures that I can, especially since it’s a good quality mirror unlike some that you find in makeup palettes!
Some negatives that I’ve found with this palette however is that the packaging can get dirty quite quick. I personally don’t mind this as such as it’s not really affecting the quality of the actual shadows. One thing that did cause a slight problem though was the fallout from the glitters, if you don’t hold it flat then the glitters tend to fall into some of the matte shades around it, which can be a little annoying though I learnt that pretty quickly so managed to resolve that problem, simply by changing the way I held it.
This palette is £56, which I think is pretty expensive but I’ve found the quality of it worth it. However, I do think that I wouldn’t have personally gone out of my way to splurge my money on it. The colours are good but I feel like morphe also do amazing pink colours in their 24G palette which can create looks just as good as this palette. That being said, the palette is high quality and it’s the only palette that’s have that doesn’t have glitter shades that are jelly underneath, it’s pure glitter!
My Christmas Day look using matte and glitters.
If you’re looking for a luxurious palette with creamy shades that blend well to create a range of looks then I’d definitely recommend this one, but I’d also remind you that there are cheaper options that you could opt for!
Please comment if you have the huda palette and your opinion on it!