First Look| Huda Beauty Warm Brown Obsessions Palette - RED LIPSTICK DIARIES

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First Look| Huda Beauty Warm Brown Obsessions Palette

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Today I'm excited to share swatches of one of the four Huda Beauty Obsessions Palettes, all which I picked up during the Sephora VIB Sale.

I was very excited to learn about these 9-pan Huda Beauty palettes. I know that $65 is not in everyone's price range and I love that these little palettes can be more accessible for many. But I admit that after finding out they were made in China, I was disappointed. Huda's larger palettes are made in Italy and are amazing in quality so I didn't really know what to expect with these. I am pretty sure that the quality will not be the same but I am hoping that it will still be good and worth the $27 that each palette costs. 


I decided to start with the palette that I liked the least, the Huda Beauty Warm Brown Obsessions Palette. Not that I dislike this palette, but in my opinion this one is the least original and full of shades we've already seen a hundred times. On the other hand, the three other palettes are different in a sea of warm palettes.


Huda Beauty Warm Brown Obsessions—Instantly bring light and warmth to your look with Huda’s go-to palette. Packed with eight mattes and one shimmer in heated tones of browns, reds, oranges, and copper, the color range flatters any skin tone and eye color.


I own the Huda Beauty Rose Gold Palette, it happens to be one of my favorite palettes. I also had the Huda Beauty Desert Dusk for a few weeks, so I am pretty familiar with the quality of Huda's shadows. 

From the swatches, I feel like these shadows are very similar to the original formula, but not as pigmented. I found myself having to build these swatches which is something I didn't have to do with the two larger palettes. However, besides not being as pigmented, these shades swatch really nice and I didn't find any to be patchy. Plus the color selection is really nice, I found myself loving the peachy shade on the left hand lower corner so much. 


This is a First Look post, which means I have not tried the shades on my eyes yet. I will update this post once I do and definitely let you know if I ended up keeping this palette or not. I have read reviews about this one being hard to blend, so I really want to test it at least a few times before putting my thoughts on here.

One thing is for sure, I have high expectations. I didn't keep the Desert Dusk Palette because it didn't 100% wow me, especially the purple shade which I was most excited for. So these little palettes have some high standards to meet, lower than the large palettes because of the price, but still high. 


For now I am pleased with the swatches of the Huda Beauty Warm Brown Obsessions Palette, but won't give my final thoughts till I try it. Until then, I am hopeful. Stay tuned for my complete review and look for swatches of the next three palettes very soon.

Purchase the Huda Beauty Warm Brown Obsessions Palette at Sephora. 

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