Finally sharing a bit of luxury on the blog today! I have been secretly been obsessing over this brand for a while. Anastasia Beverly Hills is a luxurious brand featuring some of the most beautiful products. They are most known for their brow pomade (something else I will share with you soon!) Today however, I will be sharing my thoughts on the Modern Renaissance Eye Palette.
This palette has been flying around the blogosphere and been lusting over this palette ever since. Honestly, I never purchased this due to the price point, I always worry buying products over £40 in case its not what I thought. But I took the plunge and made an order on Beauty Bay.
My first thought?
The packaging is absolutely stunning. Before even opening the palette I could already see the price point in its package. Its a beautiful purple shade with a soft velvet texture. This palette definitely represented the brand at its best. Once opened I was blown away by its appearance, the shades looked bright and vibrant and was excited to give it a whirl.
Each colour is very pigmented and blend so easily. I loved the creamy velvety texture which made blending colours effortlessly. I leaned towards more of the pinky/burgundy tones which were stunning when applied and made my eyes stand out. My favourite shade from the whole palette was ‘Primavera’ its a gorgeous gold subtle glitter and loved its multi-purpose. I loved applying this on my inner corner and my brow bone for a highlight.
All of the colours are rich in tone, which meant not a lot was needed on the brush to see its full colour. What I love the most was there was no fallout. As a whole I was very pleased with this palette and has now become my daily go to for all make up looks.
It has definitely changed my mind towards spending that bit more on some make up products. If you are looking for a quality palette thats long-lasting, easily blend-able and rich in pigment. This Modern Renaissance Eye Palette will not disappoint. One thing I do have to mention, this palette was not easy to grab in the UK as most were out of stock. But did manage to grab this on Beauty Bay, you can also try Cultbeauty which is another great place too.
Do you love this palette as much as I do?