Finally I'm able to post my review on the new Limited Edition Artist Palette from Anastasia Beverly Hills! I've had this palette for about two weeks, but I will say this I'm very impressed so far with it! If you follow me on Instagram you may have seen a few pictures of this palette and swatches. I don't want to give away to many details before I write the full review, so lets get started!
Package and Appearance
The packaging is a hard cardboard that is brightly colored with a magnetic snap closure. Honestly when I first saw the outside of this palette online my thoughts were this palette looks like it's going to be full of bright vibrant colors. Now Fast forwarding to the actual colors in the palette, I was right lol.
This palette includes shades that are velvety, matte, and shimmery. These colors are bright and perfect for Summer.
Here are the list of shadows in detail (resource list from the Sephora website)
- Dusty Rose (matte mauve),
- Augergine (velvet eggplant)
- Anaconda (shimmery green)
- Punch Fuschia (velvet bright purple)
- Buttery (velvet soft yellow)
- Blue Velvet (velvet navy)
- Coal (matte black)
- Unicorn (shimmery perriwinkle)
- Phresh (matte bright yellow)
- Baby I'm a Star (sparkling brown)
- Orange You Fancy (shimmery orange)
- Beigely (shimmery beige)
* Eyes *
NYX Eyeshadow Base in white
- Dusty Rose: Transition Color
- Phresh: On whole lid
- Punch Fuschia On top of lid and Outer V
This is the look I went with using Anastasia Beverly Hills Artist Palette and MAC Faux Lipstick
This is the original look I created, but I went for the nude lip instead. It was so hard to choose lol. I'm wearing MAC Heroine Lipstick
I absolutely love this palette! The colors are so vibrant and pigmented! The only color that was a little less pigmented is Beigely. I think I can make Beigely pop with my NYX Eyeshadow Base in White. You can make any makeup look pop when using these colors. The colors are easy to apply. The brush that came in the palette is so soft and easy to use. This palette also comes with a decent sized mirror. The Artist Palette is a travel friendly, and I can see myself using this palette on the go as well. When I used this palette, there was minimal fallout, so I was very happy about that. I wore these colors for most of the day without fading or creasing. This was my first purchase from Anastasia Beverly Hills and it definitely won't be my last. I purchased the palette online from Sephora for $30.00.
Do you own this palette? If so what are you thoughts?
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