Self Made Palette by Anastasia | Review + Swatches - Beauty With Lily

Self Made Palette by Anastasia | Review + Swatches

Thursday, January 21, 2016

 I'm back with another review, this one is a tad bit late, but only because I was truly testing this palette out. When it comes to reviewing products, I'm not one that tries them once or twice and immediately publishes a post. I reallyyyyy test the products out. I want to give you guys my honest opinion.
So let's get into this review...



Price | $35.00
Size | 14 Eye Shadows 
Where To Buy | Nordstrom


Product Claims 
This limited-edition eyeshadow palette by Anastasia Beverly Hills is the ultimate makeup artist's palette. Fourteen shades ranging from a neutral taupe to obsidian black deliver intense color, so you can create an endless array of custom looks.





-Pink Champagne (rose gold with a titanium finish)
-Metallic Plum (dark plum with a metallic finish)
-Self-Made (deep bronze with a satin finish)
-Witchy (khaki grey with a sparkle finish)
-Blush (light beige with a duo chrome pink finish)
-Blossom (lilac pink with a metallic finish)
-Buttery (buildable beige with an ultra-matte finish)




-Deep Purple (amethyst purple with a titanium finish)
-Treasure (ultra-light champagne with a metallic finish)
-Hot & Cold (rum brown with a metallic finish)
-Sherbert (ultra-light peach with a velvet finish)
-Isla (seafoam green with a duo chrome gold finish)
-Spirit Rock (galaxy black with a sparkle finish)
-Hot Chocolate (rich, cocoa brown with an ultra-matte finish)







My Thoughts 
  • The packaging is textured, sleek and magnetic -- which I love!
  • For the most part, the shadows are pigmented and creamy. However, I was disappointed in Pink Champagne, I had heard so many great things about the shadow and I had high expectations. The shadow isn't that pigmented and the finish isn't as bold as I was expecting. 
  • One downside to this palette is the lack of matte, transition shades. The only true mattes in the palette are Buttery and Hot Chocolate. Buttery is too light to be a transition shade and Hot Chocolate is too dark. Sherbert comes in a velvet finish, which can be used as a transition but it's not a true matte finish. Making this palette not so travel friendly. If I were to travel with this palette, I would have to carry along a different palette with more neutral, matte, transition shades.
  • Although, it may sound like I don't like this palette, I actually do like it. It's not my favorite, but it's not horrible either. This is a fun palette to own, but it's not a must-have. -- In my opinion. 

Have you tried any Anastasia eyeshadows? 
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Until next time beauties!


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