When Can You Buy Huda Beauty's 3D Highlighter Palette? Here's Everything We Know So Far

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If you're bored by the same old cheek shine trend, then I have some good news for you. Huda Kattan is changing the game with the 3D Highlighting Palette. Instead of just creating stunning shades, she took it one step further with a brand new formula. When can you buy the Huda Beauty 3D Highlighter Palette, you ask? Get those wallets ready, because you don't have much longer to wait.

When Huda Kattan does something, she does it big. From makeup advice to creating her own products, this woman knows how to take a trend and make it her own. So when she dropped the beauty news about the Huda Beauty 3D Highlighting Palette, fans were instantly obsessed. It looks like all of the excitement was for a good reason too. Kattan created a four-shade palette that gives you everything you need for a full cheek shine routine that doesn't emphasize pores.

Although there's not an exact release date just yet, the brand confirmed that the Huda Beauty 3D Highlighting Palette will be available mid-April. Considering it took Kattan 18 months to create the formula, I think it's safe to say that you can wait a little while longer. Plus it gives you time to save up.

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As you can probably already tell, this isn't your typical highlight palette. Of course, you can use the shades separately, but they're made to be used together. Kattan calls the process Melted Strobe. The first step is prep, which makes for a smooth base. The set step is where the shine comes in. Then comes the darker shade, which adds dimension and shape, while the last step — flush — adds a healthy glow.

“I wanted to make getting the ultimate glow easy for everyone. So we combined colors, formula and technique to make highlighting like a pro within each person’s grasp," Kattan said in the press release.

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Come mid-April two shades of the 3D Highlighting Palette will be available. The Pink Sands Palette is for fair to medium skin tones, while the Golden Sands Palette is for medium to dark. Of course, you can use any one of them you like in a number of different ways. Like I said before, Kattan's Melted Stobe formula and technique is meant to minimize pores and make for the most blended look possible.

“Highlighter can really magnify any makeup, but there are concerns for people with larger pores as the pigments tend to emphasize skin unevenness which is a problem that I have," Kattan said in the press release. "I love to blend face oils and pigments together to smooth the skin texture and amplify the reflection of the pearls. That’s when I knew I had to create this highlighter. It’s the all-in-one, ultimate cheek palette for everyone."

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The highlighter palette is in full-swing, but this is unlike any others on the market. April can't come soon enough!