September 16, 2014

Anastasia Beverly Hills Tamanna Palette for Holiday 2014

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Anastasia Beverly Hills Tamanna Palette

In her second collaboration with Anastasia Beverly Hills, makeup artist Tamanna Roashan brings a selection of stunning warm shades for both Fall and Holiday eye looks!

The Anastasia Beverly Hills Tamanna Palette for Holiday 2014 ($29) features a gorgeous selection of shadoes inspired by the makeup masterclass on East Asian Bridal Makeup that’s taught by Tamanna Roashan at the Anastasia Beverly Hills salon!

Anastasia Beverly Hills Tamanna Palette Holiday 2014

Shades include:

  • Sangria
  • Venezia
  • Custom
  • China Rose
  • Fresh
  • Chocolate
  • Bengal
  • Noir
  • Gilded
  • Blush

I have to admit I now feel this overwhelming need to attend a makeup class on East Asian bridal makeup!

Love this gorgeous palette.

It’s available now at Sephora and

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  • Ashley

    I must admit that I haven’t tried (or even swatched) an Anastasia palette before. I am so ashamed. For some reason, when I see the display at ULTA, I automatically think brows and pass on by. The other day, I went to ULTA specifically to swatch a palette from the line and got overwhelmed and forgot to. Isn’t that pitiful? Lol. I love the color combinations, but I noticed that they repeat shades a lot. I love that their palettes are much more affordable than other higher end companies. Is the quality there? Which one is your favorite? I need an expert opinion! Thanks and I LOVE your blog!

  • Jeane

    they look so similar to the other two ‘instagram artist’ palettes! i’m getting tired of ABH

  • barbara

    Hi, can anyone tell me how this differs from the latest 2 palettes, the Amrezy and the Maya Mia??? When I got the Maya Mia I noticed that 3 of the colors were exactly the same, (same name too) so I don’t want to buy a palette for 1 or 2 new colors, especially if they keep launching new ones every month or so. Maybe if someone has this and the others can help me out I would appreciate it..


    • Phyrra

      Maya Mia and Amrezy had identical (down to the name) shades, and a few similar shades. According to Tamanna this palette is different (not identical shades), but there may be some similarities. I own the Amrezy and Maya Mia and ordered the Tamanna, but won’t know until I see all 3 side by side.

      Between the Maya Mia and Amrezy I prefer the Maya Mia because the colors suit my skintone better. I’m hopeful the Tamanna will be flattering too. Amrezy was too warm for me overall.

  • Gillie

    That would be a fun class!

    The cover of this palette caught my eye, and the shadows inside are beautiful, too.

  • Trish

    I have never used this brand. Does it stay on well and does anyone recommend it? I’m trying to get a jump on Christmas and this keeps calling my name.

  • Phyrra

    I love that this one has the Sangria shade, and China Rose and Venezia sound beautiful.