Huda’s back with a gorgeous looking palette to add to her makeup collection! Having started with lashes, Huda has since branched out into liquid lipsticks, lip contour pencils (soft lip pencils really), hilighters, eye shadow palettes and foundation (just launched!)
Following the success of her limited edition Rose Gold palette, Huda has released the Desert Dusk which launched in Australia as couple of months ago.
I thought it would be interesting to compare shades, packaging etc with the Rose Gold palette as it was her first palette – I’m interested to know if she had any learnings.
Because I’ve been busy/lazy, I hadn’t put up a review of the Rose Gold palette – so this will serve as a review of both!
Ah yes, the much anticipated Urban Decay Naked palette. I have maintained for a very long time that the Urban Decay Naked palettes aren’t all they’ve been hyped up to be. When asked what the best neutral and versatile palette is (especially for medium to darker skin tones) I always recommend the Too Faced Chocolate Bar palette over any of the Naked palettes as the warmer tones, inclusion of darker shades, pops of colour and creamy pale shades can take you from day to night and is easier to work with. *and breathe* That was a long sentence.
HOWEVER THIS THANG CAME ALONG
Before you read this post, make sure you have a watch of my first impressions and play around video for context: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYGQPDCxPuk&t=925s
Now that I’ve had this palette for a week with ample time to play, mix and understand what’s going on, it’s time for a more in-depth review and swatches! Continue reading
This is a follow-up to my review of the Bronze Kyshadow! Make sure you check it out here!
Today’s post is all about the Holy Grail palette that has been ALLL over Facebook and Instagram. It has been sold out and restocked soooo many times, but still, it’s in high demand. BUT – is it worth it?