At it again… a new palette perfect for the transition to fall!
I picked up Anastasia Beverly Hills New Renaissance palette over the summer and didn’t get the chance to play around with it until late August. I got obsessed with it, creating everyday neutral looks and bolder looks to highlight my blue eyes. The berry tones are perfect for autumn-addicts, but I live in the golden orange tones.
The packaging of this palette is what I’m not crazy about. It’s a velvet-y blush pink– the feel of it reminds me of the original Urban Decay Naked Palette. Inside is lovely, though– 14 shades of warmth & light! ABH describes the colors as follows:
- 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
- Realgar: brick with an ultra-matte finish
- Warm Taupe: earthy gray with an ultra-matte finish
- Venetian Red: crimson with an ultra-matte finish
- Red Ochre: sienna with an ultra-matte finish
- Primavera: shimmery gold dust with a metallic finish
- Burnt Orange: deep orange with an ultra-matte finish
- Raw Sienna: neutral amber with an ultra-matte finish
This is the first time I’ve tried ABH’s eye shadows, and I must say I’m impressed! The colors that drew me to this palette remind me of Kat Von D’s Monarch palette. While these shadows are certainly pigmented, they are slightly less so than those of KVD in a good way! They are more blendable and easier to work with, which is valuable when you’re working in vibrant colors! I used this palette to create the look I wore to this wedding.
Being the first permanent palette ABH offers, this really encompasses neutral territory but also adds a bit of a dramatic flair. I’m loving it! Have you picked this up or do you plan to?