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6/12/16

Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette | REVIEW + SWATCHES



Anastasia Beverly Hills launched their first ever PERMANENT palette to their collection. The Modern Renaissance palette was inspired by the Renaissance and brings a stunning array of berry and earth tone shadows. This palette contains 11 matte shadows and 3 shimmers, of which one is more of a satin finish than metallic. It comes with a dual ended brush - I love the fluffy end, so much! This is a cardboard packaging palette with a GORGEOUS soft lilac/soft pink felt-like cover on. Absolutely gorgeous and different from other palettes. 

Below I have the review and swatch video as well as a closer look at each individual shade on my neutral tone Spanish/latin skin tone. 

Enjoy! 



Pros
Pigmented, smooth, easy to blend and a gorgeous array of color for everyday to smokey looks.

Cons
Has a bit of kickback (gets messy in the palette as powder goes everywhere when you put the brush in) and has a bit of fall out. Nothing I can deal with! 


SWATCHES


Tempera - Velvety beige with an ultra-matte finish
Golden Ochre - Earthy yellow with an ultra-matte finish
Vermeer - Iridescent shell with a metallic finish
Buon Fresco - Antique lavender with an ultra-matte finish
Antique Bronze - Metallic sable with a satin finish
Love Letter- Raspberry with an ultra-matte finish
Cyprus Umber- Dark coffee with an ultra-matte finish


Raw Sienna- neutral amber with an ultra-matte finish
Burnt Orange- deep orange with an ultra-matte finish
Primavera- shimmery gold dust with a metallic finish
Red Ochre- Sienna with an ultra-matte finish
Venetian Red- Crimson with an ultra-matte finish
Warm Taupe- Earthy gray with an ultra-matte finish
Realgar- Brick with an ultra-matte finish

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Price
$42USD

Where to purchase?
Anastasia Beverly Hills & Sephora
Will be in stores at Sephora June 15th/16th


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