I didn’t know that a Huda-holic was thing, but now I do, I think I might be one. I’m still just getting to know this brand and truthfully, it’s very impressive. While Huda is charging more than everyone else, I think she’s actually doing it better than everyone else. When the 3D Highlighter Palette landed on my desk I didn’t pay it much notice – I have seen literally hundreds of highlighter palettes by now so, I was just a bit ‘meh’. But, now I’ve played with it and swatched it, it is – I think – the best I’ve come across.
Going around the clock, starting with Capri in this picture, the sizing is generous. The palette, in shade Pink Sands, is £40, so it’s £10 a square. Capri is a creme antique gold and light just seeks this out and bounces it around. Santorini is a white-gold shade, in a powder formula, as are coppery Ibiza and the more yellow gold of Azores. However, they’re not dry powders – I think the formulas contain plenty of oil which makes for a seamless, comfortable blend. The one thing you need to be careful of is Capri, which as a creme, needs fingers or a different brush to blend than the other four shades.
In the swatch, it’s Capri, Santorini, Ibiza and Azores. It’s worth saying that I have photographed this on a dull and cloudy day and still it’s beaming. The palette is undoubtedly a level up from most highlight or strobe palettes I’ve seen – I’d recommend it in a heartbeat for all the light-catchy, double glowiness of it. You can find the Huda Beauty 3D Highlighter Palette HERE.
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