Huda Beauty offers several Obsessions Palettes – small, compact expertly curated palettes with 9 incredibly pigmented shades with a mix of finishes. I couldn’t resist the 5 Precious Stones Palettes.
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There are 5 limited edition Obsessions Palettes in the Precious Stones collection and each is inspired by the rich reflection of a gemstone – Amethyst, Ruby, Emerald, Topaz, and Sapphire.
Obsessions palettes retail for $27 a piece, you can find them at Sephora and Huda’s website.
Following descriptions are from Huda’s website:
Bring bold femininity to your make-up collection with this amethyst-inspired palette and a collection of 6 duo-chrome shimmers and 3 creamy matte shadows. The shades range from moody mauve and violet to barely-there pink, so you can create a look to suit your mood.
In this palette, green is the new black! Think contemporary mint and olive or opt for timelessly glamourous emerald and look-at-me peacock green. Take your look to the next level with these 6 duo-chrome shimmers and 3 mattes.
Glistening rubies inspire this striking yet wearable palette with 5 vibrant duo-chrome shimmers, and 4 creamy matte shadows. Play around with a pretty blush pink and soft peach, or steal the scene with deep reds and hot fuchsia
Expect brilliant blues and vivid turquoises, as well as shining silver and zesty yellow from this bold and beautiful palette. Accent your eyelid for a cool, multidimensional look with these 5 duo-chrome shimmers and 4 creamy matte shadows.
The eyeshadows in this palette are infused with hues of gold, brown and amber to evoke the aesthetic of precious topaz. Perfect for creating a rich, sophisticated look, it consists of 4 duo-chrome shimmers and 5 creamy matte shadows.
These are great palettes to create bold looks with or to use as companion palettes for a pop of color. I had a positive experience with each of these palettes when it comes to the formula. I will say, the first mattes in the Sapphire and Topaz are a bitch patchy compared to the rest but look gorgeous with a tiny bit more work.
You can find these at Sephora and Huda’s website.