Hey, how are ya!
So this is my very first blog post and I’m very excited about it and what I will be writing about! Since today is the launch of so many Anastasia Beverly Hills products, I thought I would do a review of the two eyeshadow palettes that I owe.
Overview: This palette is wonderful. The shadows are so versatile, I think this palette works year round. It has looks you can create for winter, spring, summer and fall. The warm tones in this palette are rich and buttery. There is a perfect combination between matte and shimmery colors within the palette so you can do a look with all mattes or with a little sparkle.
The packaging is quite adorable, with the velvet top though be careful because it does attract dirt and unfortunately, my palette has gotten a little dirty. There is very minimal fall out with the shadows so as long as you tap your brush before hand, you shouldn’t have any problem. The only part of the palette I don’t like is the mirror, it is a little small – I think it’s just there for the look.
If you’re looking for a new palette, I would strong recommend Modern Renaissance. (It is the second palette in the picture).
The first palette in the picture is the Mario by ABH palette. This palette unfortunately is discontinued but I believe you can get shadows that look like it as singles on the ABH website. I thought I would write a little blurb about the Mario palette too:
I really love this palette. It does not have a lot of over lap with MR which is fantastic because that means I can create all new looks and don’t have to worry about wasting any shadows. These shadows are so buttery and creamy, with a good balance between matte and shimmery shades.
One thing I love about the ABH palettes is that you can wear the shimmers alone without a base and they still sparkle in the sunlight.
I am so excited for Subculture to drop, when it hits Sephora stores (need to rack up on those point haha), I will be first in line for that beautiful palette.
If you own any of these, let me know! I’d love to know other people’s thoughts on these palettes (good or bad, works for you or doesn’t – let me know!)