Huda Beauty is one of my favourite makeup brands, so new launches are always exciting. The Huda Beauty Haze Obsessions Palettes Collection has been revealed today as their newest collection, and I have all of the details so keep on reading to find out more about these three new eyeshadow palettes.
Huda Beauty Haze Obsessions Palettes Collection
The Huda Beauty Haze Obsessions Palettes Collection includes three new Mini Obsessions Eyeshadow Palettes, each containing nine powder eyeshadows in a mixture of finishes with also a set of liquid lipsticks also launching too.
Huda Beauty Haze Obsessions Palettes Collection launches on the 15th of September at the Huda Beauty website, but also at the Huda Beauty stockists too. The Huda Beauty Haze Liquid Matte Minis Set features four miniature sized Huda Beauty Liquid Matte Lipsticks in the following shades;
- Venus – nude light brown
- Legend – pinky brown
- Savage – spicy brown
- Billionare – rich vampy brown
The Huda Beauty Haze Obsessions Palettes Collection consists of three different mini palettes, with a ‘Haze’ theme across the three.
Each of the palettes have plastic packaging like the Mini Nude Obsessions Palettes which I love, as I much prefer it over their old style cardboard packaging they used to do for their Mini Obsessions Palette;
- Khaki Haze
- Sand Haze
- Purple Haze
The first of the Huda Beauty Haze Obsessions Palettes Collection is the Khaki Haze palette, which like the name suggests, has a khaki green theme.
In the reveal video, Huda talked about how she is seeing this shade of green everywhere right now and she’s obsessed with it. The palette has dark green coloured packaging and the shades inside look stunning.
Inside the Khaki Haze Palette, There looks to be five matte shades and four of her textured shades with a cream to powder formulation. They look super metallic and multidimensional, with both warm and cool tones.
Next up in the Huda Beauty Haze Obsessions Palettes Collection is the Sand Haze Obsessions Palette which is packed with pretty, wearable nudes. To me, this palette reminds of a miniature version of The New Nude Palette with the same rosy toned neutrals.
Huda described their Sand Haze Palette as being the everyday sexy palette, and it also looks a little similar to the Nude Obsessions in Light too. It’s more pink and mauve than being a straight up nude palette.
The shades within the Sand Haze Palette include the sane ratio of mattes to shimmers as the Khaki Haze with five mattes, and four shimmers. A couple of the shimmers look like potential duo-chromes too, and are really pretty.
I think this looks like the perfect everyday palette, and is definitely one I’ll be purchasing myself as it’s so wearable but has some deeper shades for more intense makeup looks too.
The next palette within the Huda Beauty Haze Obsessions Palettes Collection is the Purple Haze Obsession Palette, which is a pretty purple and lilac themed palette with nine powder eyeshadows. This palette looks very similar to the Lilac Obsessions Palette, but this is a lilac themed palette.
“An addictive collection of mauve and nude mattes, disco violet and copper metallics, and dazzling lavender and bronze shimmer toppers! Make a statement with this dreamy berry delight!“
The Purple Haze Palette contains less mattes than the other two palettes in the Huda Beauty Haze Obsessions Palettes Collection with three mattes, one satin and five shimmers. I think the bottom lilac shade might be a duochrome finish, but it’s a stunning edit of purples and berry tones.
This is such a beautiful collection, and it’s launched right now.