Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette Review

anastasia-modern-renaissance-palette-review Anastasia Beverly Hills is going from strength to strength as a brand, releasing hit after hit, with the new Modern Renaissance Eyeshadows Palette leading the game. If you rummage trough my daily makeup bag, probably more than half of the stuff will be from Anastasia: Brow Wiz eyebrow pencil, Brow Pomade, Cream and Powder Contour and now Eyeshadows. I should just get a direct debit set up at this stage…

Its sold out everywhere, so you might need to join the CultBeauty waiting list – here.

anastasia-eyeshadow-palette-review Packaged in a pink velvet case, very similar to the first Urban Decay Naked palette, it contains 14 pigmented, warm rusty toned eyeshadows that fill me with joy every time i get to put them on my eyeballs. Its the little things i suppose.

If you don’t like warm shades stay away – this palette is made of orange, pinks and berries. Although some of the shades look mad bright, those are the ones im most drawn too – Im just obsessed with Burnt Orange, Red Ochre, Realgar and Love Letter.

irish-beauty-blog irish-blog Pigmentation is insane, just a light dip of the brush and you are set. Very little, if any fall out and long lasting power on the lids (im still using an eyeshadow primer). I honestly cant praise enough this palette, its just divine and perfect for the berry addicts like myself.

There is a new palette been released in October in collaboration with Mario – Kardashian’s Makeup Artist extraordinaire and that is more on the neutral-cooler tone if this one is not your cup of tea. Ive seen a sneak peak and yeah, im gonna need that too. Insert nervous lol…

Its sold out everywhere, so you might need to join the CultBeauty waiting list – here.


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  1. September 17, 2016 / 8:37 pm

    I bought this when it was released but think I will get more use out of it now that it’s Autumn and into Winter too xx


  2. September 21, 2016 / 4:16 am

    This looks super pretty! I’ll hold on to my purse strings for now, and wait to see if they will come out with a palette with cooler tones in it. Thanks for this review!

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