May 22, 2017

Huda Beauty 3D Highlighter Palette Arriving at Sephora

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This June you’ll be able to get your hands on the new Huda Beauty 3D Highlighter Palette at Sephora.com. Available in a Pink Sand and Gold Sand color selection these new palette contain two different textures of light-catching shades.

The first shade is the Melted Strobe Cream Highlight which is a creamy pearlescent and the other three shades are pressed pearl powders that give skin a lit-from-within glow. The shades were created to mix and match and also, apparently the different textures make it easier for a person to grasp the concept and application of highlighter as the layering allows for ease of use. Apparently the formula was also created with people that have larger pores or skin unevenness to deal with as we all know how highlighters can accenuate such issues. Huda created with a blend of oils and pigments that ensure they apply smoothly without accenting pores or less than smooth skin.

Honestly, I struggle with highlighters myself as I really can’t nail the application since they tend to look cakey on me or overly done! I’m not sure Huda Beauty 3D Highlighter Palettes will help with these issues but I’m willing to try as I got on rather smashingly with her eyeshadow palette.

Huda Beauty 3D Highlighter Palette arrive at Sephora.com this June.

Will you be indulging?

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  • Sunday

    I am not a big fan of highlights but I love glowy looks so I go with the cream blushes but I only have one essence pure nude highlighter just to pop on a little bit sometimes and it’s a subtle glow. So I found that these palette are waste of money. I never understand the white stripes of highlights on the face.

  • kjh

    If you love a product, you can see infinitesimal differences. Like Nars brown/red lips. Many see them as all the same. I had to have every one… With these, I had to look twice to see that it wasn’t duplicate photos. This isn’t my season, with so many warm highlighters, corals, and pinks. Guess I’m too old to go goth, but if it were a forced choice, I’d pick goth any day. Money saved…..