December 9, 2015

Anastasia Beverly Hills Eyeshadow Singles Shade Extension Launch

Anastasia Beverly Hills Eyeshadow Singles Shade Extension

Anastasia Beverly Hills is set to launch 15 new eyeshadow singles on 12/15 exclusively on AnastasiaBeverlyHills.com.

The new Anastasia Beverly Hills Eyeshadow Singles Shade Extension Collection will be part of a launch that allows you to create your own custom palette with 4 eyeshadows for $40 or 8 for $80. This is a $2 savings on each eyeshadow since they retail for $12 each.

The Anastasia Beverly Hills Eyeshadow Singles Shade Extensions are as follows:

  • Chiffon (smoky, iridescent quartz with a satin finish)
  • Prussian Blue (peacock blue with a satin finish)
  • Not Today (glimmering purple with a sparkle finish)
  • Plum Smoke (multi-dimensional plum with a metallic finish)
  • Party Dress (golden peach with a sparkle finish)
  • Intense Gaze (warm, bronzed pink with a satin finish)
  • Fudge (rich chocolate brown with a matte finish)
  • Macaroon (pastel lavender with a satin finish)
  • Chocolate Crumble (intense, smoky, amethyst with a metallic finish)
  • Peacock (deep, jewel-toned green with a metallic finish)
  • Henna (coppery brown with a metallic finish)
  • Brownie (gold flecked brown with a metallic finish)
  • Belize (sandy taupe with a satin finish)
  • Lace (antique cream with a satin finish)
  • Aubergine (inky purple with a matte finish)

The new Anastasia Beverly Hills Eyeshadow Singles will be available starting next week!

Any you want?

I have my eye on Party Dress!

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  • Jennifer

    Chiffon and Chocolate Crumble are catching my eye!

    Have you tried any of the Makeup Geek eyeshadows? I have several friends who swear by them but I’m hesitant to make that purchase since I never hear about them.

    • Isabella Muse

      I haven’t I’m sorry 🙁 Every time I try buying the shades I want they are out of stock so I just gave up!

    • Gina

      Jennifer – don’ give up on MUG shadows, they are amazing!!! I have ABH and they are of the same quality for much, much less!! Get on the mailing list for emails and get discounts too! Yes, sometimes they are out of stock, but it’s because they are THAT good. I’ve used MAC, ABH, and many others, but MUG are fab!!! Give them a try!!! I love Marlena…have you watched any of her video’s?

  • Rachel R.

    Nice! Chiffon, Intesnse Gaze, Plum Smoke, Brownie and Chocolate Crumble look right up my alley.

  • Jamie

    I have used makeup geek shadows and they are amazing. I especially love the foiled ones.

    I’m liking peacock and macaroon. I wonder if Macy’s will get these in.

  • Katherine T.

    Wow, some of these look gorgeous! Her Self-Made palette got rave reviews, so let’s hope these shadows are just as good

  • danadoo

    Since I never use completely use up an eyeshadow because i own a zillion of them, i wish cosmetic companies would offer small palette sized shadows for palette building purposes instead of the big ol’ expensive full sized shadows. Then you could create a palette for like $40-$50 bucks and not be stuck with a bunch of huge pans of eyeshadow that will never get used up.

  • carlie

    At least 2 of these are in other palettes.. so not sure why tgey are saying these are new.. I believe it’s fudge and intense gaze in the world travel palette. I’m not sure of the other ones though.