Sorry guys that it took me forever to write this post, but I figured better late than never! I have been having my eye on an Anastasia palette for a while. I wanted one for a fun splurge but none of them really spoke to me until soft glam game out. And then I was all heart eyes! I know that some people were upset some of the shades weren't new but I didnt mind since tehy were all new to me.
PRICE: It's $42 for 14 shadows which is about $3 per shadow which is not bad seen as how the shadows are so pigmented! Plus there is a brush, but I'd give that value about a $0 since I really didnt like it.
PACKAGING: I love this packaging. It is a velvet feel, has a mirror and is magnetic!
FORMULA: So just like the Modern Renaissance palette, this one has a lot of fall out. But now that I'm used to is I don't really mind. Its super pigmented and blends really easily. You have to be careful because you don't need much on your brush.
WEAR: They wear really nicely, I love that I feel like there is unlimited eye looks. I can go subtle or with a bold eye.
Office Time - Burnt Orange in the crease rustic to darken the crease, cypus umber to add some depth and then tempera all over the lip to lighten it!
Night Out - Rustic as the transition shade, a mix of sienna and cyprus in the crease. Dusty Rose in the outer corner with sultry and rose pink on the lid!
Day Time - Burnt Orange in the crease with fairy or glistening on the lids.
The other day I used noir for a smudged eyeliner look and I loved it!
Recommendation: I HIGHLY recommend this palette, you can make so many looks and its so pigmented it will last me forever. The only negatives to this is the fall out and that the brush is compete crap.
If you couldn't tell I love purple looks and cool tones so this was a little outside my comfort zone! But I love it, what make up should I try next?!
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