Thursday, April 17, 2014

Anastasia Beverly Hills Lavish Palette Review

Anastasia Beverly Hills Lavish Palette 




The limited edition Lavish Palette, that Anastasia Beverly Hills came out with in the fall of 2013, was a Sephora Exclusive and was sold out almost instantly. If you can find this palette, or if someone is selling theirs, I highly recommend this palette!  It is still available on the Anastasia Beverly Hills website, if you want to get it! The quality of the entire palette is great, and I would not expect anything less from Anastasia Beverly Hills. This palette comes with a booklet, showing you some looks created by beauty lovers and makeup artists. If I am in need of any inspiration on looks to come up with, the booklet comes in handy.


The packaging for the Lavish palette is great, a little bulky for the entire palette. But the eyeshadows actually do come in a slim sleeve that is easy to remove from the palette and take with you on the go, or to have in a pro kit. The packaging is cardboard with a magnetic closure, and a sleeve with the Lavish logo as well. The Lavish logo may be my favorite thing bout the palette, it is edgy but glamorous. Under the booklet and the actual shadow palette, comes a pair of tweezers, a mini eyebrow pencil, a full sized eyeliner, and a dual ended brush. Because the eyebrow pencil is too dark for my brows, I use it as an eyeliner or a shadow base. These extras make the palette come in handy, especially for traveling.  


The pigmentation of the shadows is incredible, and they blend together very easily. 
Top Row L-R; Cream, Antique, Rum Cake, Moss, and Truffle
Bottom Row L-R; Ballet, Orange Soda, Sienna, Pink Saphire, and Black Diamond. 
I love all the shades, because they are some what neutral, but there are a few colors to add a pop of color into any look.  

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