Monday, 29 June 2015
First Impressions of the Anastasia Beverley Hills Artist Palette
You get 12 beautifully pigmented shadows and there are some gorgeous colours to make high impact looks with. You get 5 matte shades and 7 glittery/shimmery shades, which makes it perfect for a complete look because you get a highlight shade included, and a shadow that you could use as a liner as well as a normal shadow. On swatching these they are incredibly creamy and buttery to apply, and very very pigmented. These shadows pack a punch when it comes to pigmentation.
First row swatched
Aubergine looks matte in the pan but when you swatch it there is deep burgundy shimmer running through it. A truly gorgeous shade.
Anaconda is a olive green shimmer, really pretty.
Punch Fuschia is a velvety purple pink shade.
Buttery is a cream/ pale yellow matte highlight.
Blue Velvet is a deep matte navy blue and would look great as an alternative to a traditional smoky eye look.
Second Row swatched.
Coal is a matte black, perfect for deepening shadows, and use as a liner.
Unicorn is a lavender blue with shimmer and really pretty.
Phresh is a BRIGHT matte buttercup yellow
Baby I'm A Star is a chocolate brown glitter. This shadow is beautiful and I cannot wait to try it out in a look.
Orange You Fancy is a rusty orange with gold shimmer running through it.
Beigely is a such a pretty shade and has a subtle shimmer to it. This shadow is perfect for a neutral look.
My first impression of this palette is that it is stunning, and I am going to do so many looks with it, and see which shadows I can work, and which I can't. I will be doing a follow up review of it in about 3 weeks time, so stay tuned.
Till next time,