I have so many beautiful eyeshadow palettes that I have not reviewed on my blog, some of them are limited edition and sadly they are no longer available. The question that has been on my mind the entire week, should I be reviewing these? I decided I love the palettes so much I need to share them. Maybe you will stumble upon one in a Blog sale like me. I have had things on my wish list that I was not able to purchase at the time they were available but I have been fortunate enough to get hands on them later making me one happy lady. I always keep my eye on blog sales.
So today’s review is the beautiful Anastasia Beverly Hills World Traveler Couture Eyeshadow Palette
Sleek, gold and black cardboard packing which is very sturdy. It has a magnetic closure, when you open the palette it has a small mirror and a dual-ended brush with a dense side to allow you to pack on the shadow and a fluffy side to assist you to blend the look.
This limited-edition palette is described containing 12 haute shades ranging from vibrant mattes and delicate shimmers to bold metallics which delivers smooth, crease-proof colour that layers to create any look. The formula can be applied wet or dry. Each of the shadows is 0.025Oz with Nett Weight of 0.72g
Soft Peach – a nude pastel peach with an ultra-matte finish
Morocco – a deep burnt orange in an ultra-matte finish
Heirloom – a dark eggplant shad with a sparkle finish
Bellini – a golden peach in a satin finish
Pink Champagne – a shimmery pink with a titanium finish
Chic – a taupe grey in a shimmer finish
Spoiled – a gold-flecked peach with a metallic finish
Fudge – a dark chocolate brown in an ultra-matte finish
Azure – a vibrant blue with a metallic finish
Intense Gaze – a bronzed pink in a satin finish
Metallic – a brassy gold with a metallic finish
Noir – a deep carbon black with an ultra-matte finish
The eyeshadows are smooth and buttery and have minimal fallout when applied. I find myself reaching for most of the shades in the palette except for two, Heirloom and Azure, it’s not that I don’t like them it’s just not shades that I reach for on a daily basis. The eyeshadows last the entire day but it is important to note that I always use an eyeshadow primer which definitely helps all my shadows staying time.
Would you consider purchasing the palette if you are able to find it?
Till next time beauties!