April 29, 2015

Anastasia Beverly Hills Artist Palette for Summer 2015

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Anastasia Beverly Hills Artist Palette

Going bright with your Summer looks? The new Anastasia Beverly Hills Artist Palette ($30) combines bright pops of neon color mixed with subtle shades of brown and cream to create a sizzling Summer eye look!

The new Anastasia Beverly Hills Artist Palette packs in 12 shades of highly pigmented eyeshadow inspired by the bright hues of Summer. I’m seeing so much nude and contouring for Summer that it’s a welcome break to see some bright popping shades for Summer.

This eyeshadow palette has a mix of velvety mattes and shimmers (along with an eyeshadow brush) in the following shades:

  • Dusty Rose (matte mauve)
  • Augergine (velvet eggplant)
  • Anaconda (shimmery green)
  • Punch Fuchsia (velvet bright purple)
  • Buttery (velvet soft yellow)
  • Blue Velvet (velvet navy)
  • Coal (matte black)
  • Unicorn (shimmery perriwinkle)
  • Phresh (matte bright yellow)
  • Baby I’m a Star (sparkling brown)
  • Orange You Fancy (shimmery orange)
  • Beigely (shimmery beige)

Grab up the Anastasia Beverly Hills Artist Palette for Summer 2015 now at Sephora and Sephora.com

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  • yelena

    I got this during the VIB sale…the colors are pretty and bright which I like…
    BUT…they do have a lot of fallout unfortunately…a primer is a must!
    I will keep playing with different brushes and eyeshadow primers…but this may be a return for me :/

  • devon

    i took her for a walk around ulta the other day and put her back! maybe for the better?? will you be reviewing her, muse?

    • Isabella Muse

      I didn’t get it. I was tempted but ended up putting it down! 🙂

  • Christina D.

    I bought this too and like all the Anastasia Beverly Hills eyeshadow palettes I’ve had and tried (Catwalk, Amrezy, Maya Mia, Tamanna), it’s disappointing. Once again, I got suckered it by all those purples.

  • Adrienne

    Muse-I can’t wait to hear your review because maybe I am doing something wrong. I too bought mine during the VIB because of all the hype and tried to duplicate the look on the posters and used the Orange You Fancy and Punch Fuschia then added the Unicorn because I couldn’t get any deep pigment. I tried to build color but couldn’t get anything substantial. I used my smashbox 24hr primer and also experienced a lot of fallout with the orange color. This is my first experience with this brand so I can’t wait to see your review and application as I just couldn’t get the “pop” I was looking for. Not sure if my UD primers would have made any difference.

    • Isabella Muse

      I ended up skipping Adrienne 🙁 sorry you had so many issues! Makes me glad I didn’t bother picking this one up!

  • Rachel R.

    I got this. Mine has really good pigmentation except for the Blue Velvet color. That one is underpigmented and patchy. It can be worked with, but it’s irritating. The shadows are a little powdery, with Buttery being the worst for me. It’s not excessive, though. I think it’s a good palette, but not an outstanding one. The new MUFE palettes are leagues better.

  • Angie

    Hey gals and Muse, I’ve “hauled” all the new palettes that have come out recently from Kat Von D, MUFE, Lancome, Tarte, Laura Mercier, ect. And I purchased this one. It’s so misleading because it looks so intensely pigmented and buttery in photos and it swatches pretty well but it doesn’t apply well without a primer, there’s tons of fall out and even with a primer it doesn’t last long. I tried it for about a week and returned it. Even if the price point is fantastic, I don’t think it’s of quality. I would recommend the MUFE palette or the UD Electric one over this one.

  • Genevieve

    It is really difficult to get the Anastasia palettes in Australia, but it seems I am not missing much. I have read so many average reviews about their eye shadow palettes. Some colours great, most having problems with fall out, lack of pigmentation, too powdery etc. Like Stila’s recent offerings, this is a good one to miss.

  • Tara

    This keeps tempting me but. . .nope. Not gonna do it. It’s such a shame because the colors! The colors! That orange! That purple! That yellow! And they’re mixed with soft easy to wear colors (that rose! that taupe-y beige!) AND some lovely deeper shades (that green! that aubergine!). It could have been amazing but alas, nope. It’s such a shame because I’ve heard such great things about their singles. I have been a fan since the Brow Powder Duos debut (oh the joy of cool ashy brow product!) so this kinda bums me out. Oh well, more money for other stuff, haha! XD