Huda Beauty Mint is a limited edition eye palette that retails for $29.00 and contains 0.21 oz.
Huda Beauty Mint Pastel Obsessions Palette ($29.00 for 0.21 oz.) seemed to work better as individual shades than together, as the shimmers were creamier but often a little sheerer, while the matte shades were pigmented but moderately powdery. Visually, the palette was hard to envision because the shimmers often applied differently than they appeared, too.
The mattes darkened slightly when applied, though not terribly, and they blended out decently along the edges but I had issues with the deepest matte (#9) getting erased as I tried to apply, build, and/or blend it out in my crease. Some of the shimmers were harder to apply using brushes, so fingertips worked best and/or using a dampened brush, though I had some issues with #8 looking patchy no matter how I applied it.
I can see some really loving the dimension, sparkle, and shine of the shimmers, and as pretty as they are, I felt like a slightly more loosely-pressed, denser (but not thicker) formula would have helped intensify the pigment and improved the smoothness of the shades on the lid.
If you're someone who would use this paired with a lot of other palettes you own and tend to favor 1-2 shade looks or are looking for transforming shimmers for all-over the lid application, maybe it could work out. It's one of those rare products where I could see someone with certain preferences/techniques not caring about some of the performance issues, but I don't think it delivers on the pigmentation (and the new Pastel palettes are supposed to be "highly pigmented" still), application, or usability as other Huda palettes.
Create limitless looks from soft, pretty glam to bold, runway styles with these pigment-powered palettes containing a variation of nine dreamy mattes, high-shine metallics, and next-generation shimmer swirls. These palettes come in a fun acrylic case with a full-size mirror—making makeup on the go easy.