Where did August go? I feel like 2014 is just flying by and honestly I need it to slow down a bit. I have tons of products to talk about and constantly due to picking up more items I have a backlog of products to review. Talk about Beauty Blogger problems! Anyways, today I wanted to talk about a limited edition palette from Anastasia Beverly Hills this quickly found its way in my August favorites. I find that these palettes are really great and priced well, so when I found out that Anastasia was teaming up with the beautiful Amrezy I knew I had to pick this palette up!
This palette contains a great mix of matte, satin and shimmer shades. These shadows are so buttery and I find that I do not see much fall out with any of these shades. If you are one that loves neutrals but likes a pop of color every once in while I feel that this palette would be a great one for you. There is a great mix of warm tones and having the pop of color in Iridescent Purple and Emerald for me makes this palette perfect. For the most part I find I use this palette at least once a week. I personally love the warm shades in this palette, as well as the shimmer shades that leave the eyes luminous. I also found that the duo shadow brush in this palette is amazing. Normally I don’t use brushes included in palettes, but the tapered side of the brush is amazing for blending out the lower lash line.
These shadows are very pigmented and easy to blend. I simply love this palette and highly recommend that you try it out. I know that some raised concerns that this palette was perhaps too similar to the Anastasia Catwalk and Lavish palette, but I found that the colors were not too similar in the palettes. Due to shades in the Amrezy palette being so unique I think this is one to pick up even if you already own the others! It seems that with each palette from Anastasia the shadows improve in quality, plus the packaging is gorgeous! This palette retails at $29.00 and is still available online here on Anastasia’s website. Get it now before it’s too late!
Do you own this palette? What are your thoughts?