I have steadily acquired quite a few Huda Beauty makeup products over the past year, and like most beauty addicts, I like to have the latest beauty products but don’t always have the time to use them all.
If there’s anything the Corona Virus has given us plenty of, it’s time. For me, it’s time to see the makeup I own and time to put them to the test.
Last week, I reviewed Wishful Skincare by Huda and this week, I’ve been playing around with Huda Beauty Melted Shadows. The Melted Shadows come in fifteen shades; I own two – Limelight & Gold Chains and Silk Bomber & Bubblegum.
Funny enough, these two shades are eyeshadow colours I wouldn’t gravitate toward naturally. I’m more for taking fewer risks and sticking with neutrals and naturals – unless it’s a shade in blue. Blue is my favourite colour so I can’t resist anything in hues of blue, lavender or violets.
Anyway, the Huda Beauty Melted Shadows are dual-ended liquid eyeshadows that are velvety, pillow-soft matte at one end, and melted glimmering metallic formula at the other.
Limelight & Gold Chains
Here’s a look at the Limelight & Gold Chains Melted Shadow:
Silk Bomber & Bubblegum
The Silk Bomber & Bubblegum Melted Shadow is perfect for you, if you’re looking to make a statement.
Both Huda Beauty Melted shadows are heavily pigmented which is always the dream and they glide on eyelids very easily. They are easy to apply and create an impactful look, even for someone like me who isn’t an expert MUA.
I found that the glimmering metallic side tends to fade quickly or make less of an impact compared to the matte side. I think that’s to be expected as it’s glitter.
All in all, I had fun trying both shades; and I can’t pick a favourite between the two. I like how the Silk Bomber & Bubblegum Melted Shadow makes a statement with a simple glide across the eyelid while I can’t picture myself wearing an orange lipstick without the Limelight & Gold Chains Melted Shadow. They compliment each other perfectly.