October 9, 2018

Anastasia Beverly Hills Holiday 2018 Launched Today

Anastasia Beverly Hills Holiday 2018 and the new Sultry Eyeshadow Palette launched today! Do you plan on hauling any of it? I already reviewed the Sultry Eyeshadow Palette if you need swatches and my thoughts to help you along your way!

Here’s what launched today!

Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Eyeshadow Palette $45
A neutral, cool-toned palette with 14 eyeshadows in matte and metallic finishes!


  • Fresh (matte ivory pink)
  • Pearl (metallic pearl-white with a soft pink undertone)
  • Steampunk (metallic topaz bronze)
  • Rose Quartz (metallic soft peach with a pink shift)
  • Ember (metallic bronzed khaki)
  • Bloom (matte coral pink)
  • Birch (matte mid-tone yellow-taupe)
  • Cinder (metallic cool-tone beige taupe with gold flecks)
  • Twig (matte mid-tone taupe)
  • Teak (metallic golden brown)
  • Dystopian (matte dark ash-brown)
  • Cyborg (metallic silver with a violet undertone)
  • Slate (matte slate grey)
  • Noir (matte deep black)

Anastasia Beverly Hills Metallic Mini Liquid Lipstick Set $25
A metallic-matte long-wearing, pigmented mini liquid lipstick trio!

Shades include:

  • Blizzard
  • Mai Tai
  • Phantom

Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip Gloss Set Mini $25
A mini selection of lip lacquers with a mirror-like finish in sparkly, festive shades!


  • Diamond
  • Citrine
  • Pearl
  • Pink Tourmaline

Anastasia Beverly Hills Loose Glitter $15
An ultra-reflective, metallic glitter for the face, body, and hair available in eight shades!

Anastasia Beverly Hills Glitter Adhesive $18
A glitter glue to keep loose makeup adhered to skin while enhancing its reflectiveness.

Where to buy

Sephora Ulta Beautylish

About the Muse

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  • Adrienne Fortner

    Shall I dare say I am going to pass? And that I am kinda over it? I think I am reaching that point where I am becoming a collector of palettes and not a user of them. I think I have all the neutrals, nudes, maties and berry’s I can handle and they are starting to look similar to me. Only exception that tempted me was your post of the Lorac holiday and IT Cosmetics Vol 2. I have more than I can use now. I get them when you post about a great deal but never get to pan on anything because I have so much to choose from

    • kjh

      Good realization. I had to be a lot older than you to begin to commit to that stance, and could have used the $ a lot more than the mountain of e/s I have accumulated. Esp when you don’t use as much as you purchase. Esp since e/s looks like the cereal aisle these days….lots of combinations and permutations of the same shit! All hail the Ryan Reynolds meme.

  • Laurie

    I covered Bloom with my finger and realized how meh is this palette. Eyeshadow palettes are simply out of control and a moritorium must be declared that they stop. The end.

  • Jan Kelley

    I was gifted this palette. I sent it back. To me it was nothing special. Perhaps I have just become jaded with soooo many palettes. I have enough.