Below, my opinion about one of the most desired palette of the moment: Artist Palette by Anastasia Beverly Hills.
All shades have a velvet texture.
When I put it on my skin at the first time, I though: meh. Because I’m used with pop color eyeshadows. But in a second, I realized that the palette was built with spring/summer colors. The colors are soft, as fairy colors, not pop colors. So, I did a test using a primer to see the real level of pigmentation. Below, you can see that, yes, is very pigmented. If you use just foundation/concealer, the result you’ll get is from the first and third photo. If you use a primer, the result you’ll get is from the second and fourth photo. The shades Buttery and Beigely barely are appearing cause they are practically the same shade of my skin, they’re good to highlight in very white people like me, but I think will be better in a tanned, brown or black skin.
Long lasting. I used all day without troubles.
It has tough appearance. As I travel a lot, it is a very important requirement for me. Broken eyeshadow scattered in the bag, no one like it. The brush that comes is fluffy on both sides, great for a smokey. It has a mirror in the area of “lid” of the case. The package size is 6.3 in x 3.1 in (ie: you can carry to a party depending of the clutch).
EASINESS TO REMOVE
Super easy to remove.
I like it because I can do ludic effects. Is great to get a soft colorful makeup, too. Everything is so soft. I’m used to pop colors, because of my style, but is a very cute palette.
Anywhere. As you saw above, you can do a soft or pop makeup. I though the palette very flexible cause it has neutral colors as Dust Rose, Aubergine, Buttery and Beigely; and colorful shades as well.
WHERE CAN I BUY IT?
Site: Artist Pallete da Anastasia Beverly Hills
* Just for analyzing. Values viewed on the post date. I have no responsibility for values corrections. The brand can alter, so, is better to check always.