Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020

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Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020
Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes for Spring/Summer 2020

Release Date + About the Launch

“If you’ve been following me on Instagram, you’ll have noticed I was majorly crushing on mint all last year, and ever since I’ve literally been obsessed with pastel shades. So, while pastels have been flooding the runways, we wanted to launch our own pastel moment for spring with three divine new Pastel Obsessions Palettes in Lilac, Rose, and Mint. I cannot wait for you guys to try these – pastels are the new neutrals!” — Huda Kattan

March 1st at Huda Beauty, March 13th online at retailers, March 27th in stores

Products in the Launch

Rose Pastel Obsessions Palette, $29.00

This palette is perfectly balanced with warm and cool tones in a selection of soft mint and apple green mattes, pistachio, teal, and icy aqua shimmers that contrast beautifully with a honey bronze shimmer and a rich tan matte.

Rose Pastel Obsessions Palette, $29.00

The cutest collection of dreamy, ballet pinks and blush peach mattes, delicate shimmers and sunshine yellows. The colors combine together perfectly and are perfect for every day.

Lilac Pastel Obsessions Palette, $29.00

Sultry mauve mattes, lavender shimmers, and the pops of luxurious shimmering violet! Velvety apricot matte and a pop of soft coral shimmer complement each other perfectly to add dimension to the lids.

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The Lilac one is right up my alley, oh my. Give me all the Easter basket vibes! The groundhogs let me down every year so let these usher in spring lol.

I love the look of these in the pan, especially the ones with the swirl patterns. Pastels look so bad on me though, I’ll just admire them from afar.

Heck yeah to Mint and Lilac! So perfect for Spring and Summer for visually cooling eye looks. Excited for your reviews of these down the road!

Oh oh… I’ve a crush for Huda obsession. And the Mint catches my eyes. However pastels shades often performs so and so… So I defenetely wait for your review

I like… it would also be nice if she did deeper versions of these palettes for deeper skin tones too; sort of expanding on the Nude Obsessions palettes but with this theme.

I really appreciate the inclusion of the yellows in the Rose palette, my Grandma’s favorite flowers are roses and her favorite varieties are yellow. Having said that, I think her Neons and Nudes palettes are the only ones I’m still considering, I think for pastels Im better off with Colourpop.

I like them all, but I have a number of huda 9’s and I don’t use them… can’t really explain my way out of that one other than I tend to reach for other formulas first. Will definitely have to see reviews and the products in action.

Oooouufff I was never interested in the Huda Beauty Makeup Brand, but I’m an absolute sucker for pastels and these palettes are so nicely curated.

I need the Rose and Lilac palette. Not want… but NEED.

Major pass. None of these seem bright enough to make an impact (even as pastels). I can barely get any depth out of the New Nudes Light on my fair skin, these pastel palettes seem like a nightmare to me.

Huda is inundated on Instagram with people claiming they stole the idea from colourpop… I have the colourpop ones and I don’t think it’s really that similar (can’t wait for your swatches though). Are they just so young they think colourpop invented the monochromatic 9 pan palette? Similar to how they claim any rainbow palette is a James Charles ripoff. Ah to be young again…

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