Anastasia Beverly Hills | She Wears It Well Palette Review
I’m really loving Anastasia products lately, especially because they’ve been sweet enough to send me products to review. Please keep in mind that even though I’m receiving gratis products, I will still give my own, honest opinions. No need to front, right?
A lovely rep sent me a neutral palette that’s great for fall. She Wears It Well has nine graceful shades to give any blah face a pop of glam. So, let me start off by saying that the packaging is divine! I love this leather black case because it’s got cracked, alligator print detailing along with antique gold trim. I’m a sucker for details, and this palette is too cute to keep in my train case! In fact, I’ve been storing it with my makeup on my dresser. Upon opening the palette, you’ll find a mirror, nine fab shadows, and a double ended brush for application. The mirror is also decked out with antique gold trim. Only one of the nine shades has a bigger compartment than the others, and I’m assuming it’s because it’s the most adaptable color.
Let’s get into the shadows: even though this is a neutral palette, the shadows are still very versatile. I’m a firm believer in dramatic shadows, but with mixing and playing around with shadows, these shadows can give you a number of looks. Even the names of these shadows are glam: Trophy, Latte, Glow, Foxy, Sunset, Frosting, Onyx, Toffee, and Almond. There are only three matte shades (Onyx, Toffee, and Almond) and the rest have a shimmered base.
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Check out these two looks I created with this palette:
This look is pretty simple, yet elegant. I really love these shadows because they go on really smooth and don’t have that chalky texture that some shadows have. I applied Frosting on the browbone and then used Toffee as a blending shade on the crease. Then, I applied Sunset all over the lid, and used Glow to blend the Toffee and Sunset shades together. I also drug the Toffee shadow into my outer V.
This look, is also a simple one. Did I mention that I love how blendable these shadows are? I absolutely love this smokey eye. I used Foxed on the outer part of my lid and blended the top part out with the Toffee shadow. I applied Trophy on my browbone, and then applied a mixture of Almond and Sunset on my lid to blend it with Foxy. Then (with a tapered blending brush), go ahead and apply Onyx into the crease and drag it down to your outer V. Once you blend everything out, you’re left with a sultry finish.
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Hope you enjoyed reading!