Hindash Beautopsy Palette was the first release from ulta-talented makeup artist Hindash for his namesake brand. It’s designed as a multi-purpose palette, so it can be used on eyes, cheeks, etc., and each pan of product is a gradient between two shades, with the idea being that you can mix and blend to the level of depth/warmth desired. The formula is also intended to be more buildable (which is accurate).
I’m hoping to review this before year-end, though I have already tested it (spoiler alert: it’s nice!), but here are swatches for now!
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I like the pans where there is greater divergence in intensity. But for me, the coral and to a lesser degree, the pink need more of this.
Agreed. Duplicates in any palette are a waste of money, for me. The coral and pink are not achieving the central goal of the palette, itself.
That said, the quality of the swatches looks lovely.
I agree with you 100%. I love the concept of this but for me too, i wish there was more of a distinction between the red and the pink shades. I feel like the pink could have gone from a cooler pink to maybe a deeper, more plumy colour and the coral could have been moved to the red bit – going from coral to a deep red.
I’m excited to see if he comes out with more variations of this tho as the whole idea is ingenious.
I completely agree.
I have never heard of Hindash (something new for me to Google), but I love the idea of gradients in a multi-purpose pigment (other than cheek products, which is the only place I’ve really seen it). I also hope you get a chance to review!
He is a personal favorite to watch – informative, kind, and not heavy on rules!
IIRC, pretty sure I do remember Vincent Longo doing gradients for e/s, but they def are more common in cheek products. I had to look up the meaning of the last gradient shade. Grossly put, it means within destiny. Never expected Latin….
Looks so versatile and has amazing pigmentation!
Interesting!! I saw this recently when Lisa Eldridge did her tour of the pop up store in London and talked about how she was stocking his products! So definitely hoping you get a chance to review this!
This has been on my radar for a while. Very nice and interesting palette. If I hadn’t so many cheeck product untouched by 2 year and if I didn’t wear mask for alt keast 12hr a day, i’d seriulously consider this, regardless the price
The more I look at this palette, the more I like it. Originally I thought it might feel similar to Viseart Neutral Mattes but I love how warm some of the pans are to lend itself to lots of variety! I love the idea that this is meant to multitask as a face and eye palette. The powders look lovely.
The swatches indeed look good, but waay too many reds for me.
Yeah, this is pretty great. I’m a sucker for all in one things that are also customizable and this really nails that. I haven’t purchased it, I don’t know if I will, but I really like that it exists out there. Great concept. And so far all reviews have been glowing on it.
I’ve been intrigued by this palette, anything that can be used multi ways is really piquing my interest lately, and it sounds like it might be a winner.
I’ve been looking and lusting for this palette for quite some time now. I so look forward to reviews, but understand if it may be some time before you have time for it. For now I’m happy about the swatches.
Like some others I think the red/coral is to similar over the pan. I’m OK with the pink though it could have had a bit more variation.
I’ve had this palette for nearly 6 months and really like it a lot. The neutral colors are versatile enough that it can be the basis for pretty much any eye look. It’s fantastic for travel….just add a shimmer or 2 (I bring either CT of VB shimmer pots) and you have a multitude of looks. At first I thought it would be too similar to Viseart Neutral Mattes (the standard-setter, IMHO for all things neutral), but the shadows in the Hindash palette are not nearly as intense and need to be built up more (vs. Viseart, which seem much more intense). I haven’t used the pink/red portions nearly as much but they work very well as blushes or even accents for the eyes. For me, this is a staple workhorse!