Hindash Reveals Beautopsy

HINDASH REVEALS BEAUTOPSY – THE GRADIENT PALETTE THAT IS FIRST IN LINE FOR HINDASH COSMETICS

Today, Dubai-based artist Hindash has revealed the first product of Hindash Cosmetics, Beautopsy, after announcing the reveal of his brand in the month prior. The Beautopsy campaign features six models, each representing a shade from the 6-pan pressed pigment palette: Tan Lines, Wet Paint, Boy Wonder, Feel Real, Love Kills, and Intra Fatum.
“Beautopsy is so personal to me and it is the brand’s DNA. I can’t wait for you to experiment and play with makeup again.” – Hindash.
The 6-pan gradient color story is inspired by a painter’s palette, deconstructed, and reassembled in a sleek, contemporary multi-use product. Beautopsy is made of a vegan formula which blends 12 fundamental colors that flatter and enhance all skin tones. Use as eyeshadow, eyeliner, contour, highlight, blush, and bronzer – the gradient colors offer a limitless color way pay-off.


TAN + LINES/ *a soft tan brown that blends into a pure white

WET + PAINT/ a beige that blends into a banana yellow

BOY + WONDER/ a peach that blends into a bubblegum pink

FEEL + REAL/ a neutral brown that blends to a true concrete gray *

LOVE + KILLS/ a fiery orange that blends into a hot red

INTRA + FATUM/ a chocolate brown that blends into a pitch black

Beautopsy – pressed pigment gradient palette is priced at 70 US dollars and is available online exclusively on hindash.com <hindash.com>.

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