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Huda’s latest collection will make you rethink your go-to classic brown eye

After the success of Huda Beauty‘s sought-after Nude, Jewel and Pastel Obsessions {palettes}, we’re welcoming a trio of obsession-inspiring {shadows} that literally caters for any occasion. Featuring buttery matte, intense metallic and delicate shimmer finishes, prepare to fall in love with these soft, chocolate-toned releases.

Inspired by dreamy tortoiseshell designs, Huda’s all-new Brown Obsessions palettes effortlessly highlight, line and define your {eyes}; plus, they each boast a modern spin on the cult-classic shade with a dash of brown sugar and plenty of spice.

A dream come true for those Huda-holics who can’t squeeze their palettes into overstretched make up bags (or those yet to sample her game-changing shadows) each palette unites nine high-performing pans – spanning across beautiful cream shimmer, irresistible pearl flake and intense metallic finishes – in divine swirls of toffee, caramel and chocolate shades. Are you drooling? we’re drooling…

With a trio to um-and-ah over, we’re here to help with the difficult process of finding ‘the one’ (though we advocate adding all three to your wishlist…)

Capture that golden hour warmth around the clock with the {Toffee Brown Obsessions}. A blend of caramel, buttercream and honey shades – it’s perfect for those with green or hazel eyes.

Next up – {Caramel Brown Obsessions} – features a rich and spicy edit of rhubarb shimmers and molten, copper apricots, this palette will help bring a pop of eye-catching pigment to your look.

And last but by no means least, holding a series of milk and dark chocolate mattes marbled with berry, fudge and sugar shimmers, this ultra-wearable {Chocolate Brown Obsessions} palette is the key to everyday definition with a dash of artistry.

Ready to upgrade your post-winter facescape? There’s no time to lose…


Emmie Thornhill

Emmie Thornhill

Deputy Content Editor

Emmie is Cult Beauty’s Deputy Content Editor. Her love of skin care began in primary school when she first learned the term “hormonal acne” and has been in a love-hate relationship with tea tree oil ever since. She lives in East London – where you can normally find her baking, tending to her plant jungle or planning her next tattoo or hair cut/colour appointment – and is known to start DMCs with you about your birth chart placements, the importance of wearing SPF every day and the difference between a vagina and vulva.