Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019

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Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019
Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Palettes for Holiday 2019

Release Date + About the Launch

When it comes to nude eyeshadow, there’s no real trend – it’s about what nude means to you. Everyone needs a good basic nude palette, but my nude isn’t yours, and we wanted to finally create a collection of nude eyeshadows that would cater to every skin tone. So, we created three nude palettes – Light, Medium, and Rich – each one designed to look amazing on all skin tones, while giving everyone the opportunity to define their own nude.

10/9 at Huda Beauty, 10/15 at retailers

Products in the Launch

Rich Nude Obsessions Eyeshadow Palette, $29.00

A dreamy collection of rich, creamy matte shades in dusty roses, crimson reds, rich berry, and sandy fawn with pink undertones. Burnished gold, blushed bronze, dusty rose, and deep brown metallics add dimension and drama.

Medium Nude Obsessions Eyeshadow Palette, $29.00

This is a rich mix of spicy tones combining chestnuts, deep browns, and warm mauves. Metallic shimmers in rose gold, rustic copper, dusty pink, and terracottas pop on the skin and lid.

Light Nude Obsessions Eyeshadow Palette, $29.00

A beautiful balance of light and creamy praline hues with both warm and cool tones. From peachy and champagne shades that look stunning on the lid to richer brown and mauve hues that are perfect for the crease. Unexpected pops of lavender and shimmers allow you to create dimension with every look.

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Probably going to pick up the Light Nude once it hits Sephora! Such pretty colors, and lately I’ve been hunting out rosy pinks and cool tones. I like the size of these, as well – very practical unlike other textbook-sized palettes hitting shelves recently.

She’s really smart to make these smaller palettes. Other than this size of palette I own the New Nude one and that’s it. I ended up, against my own better judgment, buying all 3 of the Neons (should skipped the green and definitely could have lived without the pink even though I do thoroughly enjoy it) and I’ll probably continue being the sucker and purchase all of these. In the end I’m sure she makes more a lot money doing multiple palettes.

I think this is a good idea. Making a more specific nude palette in a smaller size seems like a no-brainer to me. She is correct, my perfect nude palette would not be the same as one for my daughter or anyone with a deeper skin tone. I will definitely be getting the light nude and maybe the medium for me and the medium and deeper for my daughter. She has the KVD Shade and Light palette but doesn’t use it much anymore. She is a young lady with strong opinions and given that she is of mixed ethnicity, she has stopped supporting KVD and doesn’t use the palette anymore. I know she would like to have a new option and these being smaller make them easy to travel with. We ended up not taking the Shade and Light palette with us to Europe as it is larger and we wanted to take a palette that would work for both of us. As long as the formula is okay, and I get along with Huda shadows pretty well, these will sell !!

These are lovely – the medium one would be perfect for me. They remind me a bit of the 9-pan palettes by K-Beauty brand 3ce. I love these shades and so I definitely have near dupes for all of them.

Not rich, but I want Rich Nude to compliment my beloved New Nude Palette! Something about it is tugging at my purse strings. Haha! It will win, I believe!

This is a great idea to have nude shades for everyone! I like the medium and rich palettes.I really like Huda’s New palette and these will be a nice supplement .

Intriguing concept to have different sets of nudes for different folks. They all look lovely.

I really like the layout of their advertising–the rectangular tic-tac-toe type way of arranging the three palettes–as well as their use of square palettes of smaller pans like this. Assuming the swatches are pretty accurate, I like how they’re displayed on different skin tones too. Overall, just nice advertising. No cleavage or bumpy weird stuff either.

These 9 pan squares always get my attention. The new nude palette, I found to be quite limiting with most of my looks..looking the same. I’m thinking the light 9 pan here looks a bit similar.. but that doesn’t stop me from wanting it.

YES.

I like how they lead with Rich in the photos and descriptions. All too often it’s the same old pale for the light skinned folk which usually tones through to medium and tan and then maybe if you’re lucky, there at the end might be an option or two for deeper shades. This seems to be standard for most brands, start with ivory and then go though to beige and darker but there is no real reason for it, other then the implication that white people come first – which is kind of disturbing, when you think about it. Not saying it’s inherently racist in and of itself but it seems to be Beauty 101 and I don’t think it hurts anyone to re-calibrate their perspective sometimes.

SJW rant aside, these look really nice!

The Light Nude palette is appealing to me. I don’t have any of the HB palettes, but I see myself using these shades a lot.

Her 18-pan New Nude palette is made in Italy. However, her previous 9-pan palettes are made in China. If these small Nude palettes are made in China as well, it will be a pass for me.

OK, normally I wouldn’t be too enthused about seeing more nude palettes for the holidays, but The New Nude palette was so amazing, I’m going to pay attention to the reviews for these, especially the light version. It’s nice she did versions for different skintones.

I like how the brand is catering to diverse skin tones and these palettes look interesting. Perhaps not the shades for me, but I am sure they would suit a lot of people. The smaller sized palettes are so much better too.

Yum!
I have her New Nudes, but the Light Nude is calling me too. I’ll have to drag it out and do some comparisons, to see how many duplicates there are.
I love these smaller palettes.

I love how all 3 of these look. I’ll wait for reviews and swatch comparison to the New Nudes. I just wish to these had the cream shades like New Nudes, those shades make the palette, IMO.

I want the medium and light nude palettes, but with how often I wear makeup these days (which is hardly at all, extremely sad face), I can’t justify buying more than one, without a discount anyway lol. Does anyone know how long it takes new items to be carried by Naimies?

Hmmmm I own the bigger New Nude palette but was hoping it would truly be more Nude and less rose/berry. I wonder which, if any, of these leans more neutral which is what I think of when I think Nude. They all look oh so pretty though.

I’m in the market for a new nudes/neutrals palette, and the Light Nudes Obsessions is right up my alley with those champagne/lavender/peachy tones. This might be my first Huda Beauty purchase.

Hell yes ! I think it’s just the normal order of things to have a different interpretation of nude with each skintone. Plus the colors are all lovely. I might consider splurging one or two, I think it will be a nice complement to my dear naked 3 palette

Light Nude looks perfect; a mix of warm and cool shades, shimmers and mattes, and I don’t have any Huda palettes as of yet so I think this will be my first one 🙂

I don’t own any Huda products at all, but I really like the look of the Medium Nude pallet here. I will wait to see (real) swatches and some reviews before I buy, but they all look really nice and the price point is great.

Smart marketing! I don’t even wear eyeshadow (besides a swipe of my bronzer on my eyelids) and I’m staring at the Light Nude with a lot of wonder. I may even purchase it because the price point doesn’t break the bank

I like this little palettes and her formula. The light version is screaming my name. Probably I don’t need it but I want it. I think it is smart to enhance the different skintones with their own palettes. We are different, we have different needs and preferences. Inclusive doesn’t need to kill diversity.

I have several neutral palettes but have never tried Huda eyeshadow. The light one is calling my name, not gonna lie!! Nice that there are 3 to choose from, depending on what you’re looking for. I have a feeling these are going to be under a lot of trees this Christmas! 🙂

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