HUDA BEAUTY has launched a new ‘mega’ palette, and it’s out of this world.
The ‘Mercrury Retrograde’ 18-well palette is one of the coolest palettes to be released this year, and will take your eyes ‘to infinity and beyond.’
Packed with an incredible range of eye-catching palettes, it’s full of cosmic pinks, galactic blues and tantalizing teals that create endless color combinations.
As with all Huda palette’s it’s a combination of beloved buttery mattes, high shine creamy metallics, glittery powders, and multi reflective shades to give you a multi dimensional look.
- Mercury Retrograde Palette, £58 available from the 24 October – buy here from Cult Beauty or FeelUnique
What shades are included with the Mercury Retrograde palette?
- 9 Buttery Mattes in Utopia, Off Balance, Vortex, Hot Mess, Libra, Crash, Karma, Momentum, Haze
- 6 High-Shine Creamy Metallics in Cosmic, Galaxy, Supernova, Ultraviolet, Mercury, Frazzled
- 1 Glitter Powder in Nebula
- 2 Sheer Multi-Reflective Shadows in Supermoon, Gold Glitch
We can’t wait to get our hands on one.
Mercury Retrograde has got a pretty awful reputation, with key themes such as disaster, but can actually be seen as a period of self reflection.
It’s a period of time when the planet Mercury appears to be moving backward against the stars in they sky, and in astrology, Mercury is the planet that rules communication and expression.
So as Mercury is moving in retrograde, it’s believed to have a negative impact on those areas of everyday life. But on an emotional level, Mercury retrograde is a time of reflection, so your mind is often in the past.
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