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Why you need Huda Beauty’s new pastel Mini Obsessions range

Posted: 25 February 2020 8:33 am
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Huda Beauty just dropped three new colour stories of the iconic Mini Obsessions palette – see all the release details here.

Huda Kattan may have been busy creating her very own skincare line called Wishful Skin but that doesn't mean she can't work on her original brand.

In fact, the makeup mogul just dropped a new pastel range of the iconic Mini Obsessions palette and we need every single one.

Why do we love the Mini Obsessions palettes? They are small, compact and travel-friendly. And they allow you to test Huda's iconic shadow formula for a fraction of the price.

They all have their own colour story – in the past, we've seen a nude and a neon theme.

This time around, it's all about pastels. You've got gorgeous shades of rose, lilac and mint. And to be quite honest, we can't decide which one we love more.

When can you get your hands on it? The new pastel range of the Mini Obsessions palettes will drop online at Huda Beauty on 1 March. Aussies can shop direct from the site, but we prefer shopping at Sephora. The retailer should stock the range in a week or two.

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As you can see in the images above, each of the palettes features a good balance of pastel and neutral tones.

This allows you to create a neutral base, while still adding a pop of colour to your look. There are so many different colour combinations, making these palettes versatile and serious bang for your buck!

And did we mention there's a new eyeshadow formula?

Take your pick from the buttery mattes and the metallic jellies. You should also be able to spot a single shimmery shadow with a unique marble design.

Huda Kattan said in an interview with Allure:

"They each have a unique composition created with a variety of iridescent pearls that create a multi-dimensional effect that cause two different colors to appear on the skin depending on how the light hits it. People have the option to go for a subtle shimmer look, a highly pigmented matte look, or a combination look using a little of both."


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