This palette is a present-day take on Renaissance colors, this eye palette features 14 shades that let you create stylish, day to night looks. From the earthy yellow and ultra-matte finish of Golden Ochre to Primavera’s shimmer gold with a metallic finish, this palette’s high-pigment shadows are crease and fade-resistant and are sure to bring modern elegance to your eye looks (Description from Sephora.com). This essential eye shadow collection includes neutral to berry tones and double-sided shadow brush.
In the beginning July I skipped to my nearest Sephora and purchased this palette. So, I have really gotten to wear the colors in the palette before giving my opinion on the product. When Anastasia Beverly Hills (ABH) comes out with a new eye shadow palette, I RUN to the nearest Sephora. She has a record of selling out of her featured palettes so quickly in the past, and for good reason! The eye shadow quality reminds me a lot of Urban Decay’s formulation but a bit more powdery (UD’s eye shadows have more a clay consistency making it great to wear all day)! Check out my review and tutorial on the ABH Self Made palette!
Ultra Matte Shades
Venetian Red – crimson with an ultra-matte finish
Tempera – beige with an ultra-matte finish
Golden Ochre – earthy yellow with an ultra-matte finish
Buon Fresco – antique lavender with an ultra-matte 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
Red Ochre – sienna with an ultra-matte finish
Warm Taupe – earthy gray with an ultra-matte finish
Realgar – brick with an ultra-matte finish
Primavera – shimmery gold with an ultra-matte finish
Antique Bronze – metallic sable with a satin finish
Vermeer – iridescent shell with a metallic finish
This picture doesn’t do the palette justice. Head on over to your local Sephora or Ulta to get a closer look. Follow me on Snapchat @beautytrackstar for a closer look as well!
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