The new Anastasia Beverly Hills summer releases are EVERYTHING!
The Modern Renaissance Palette is clearly different from the rest because it’s a chic blush suede! There are 11 matte shadows and 3 satin metallic's and I personally feel the choice of colors can be worn any time of the year. With all the matte shades included, creating new looks will be easy for everyone. I also don’t think any of the shadows were repeated from any previous palettes but I could be wrong. I’m also obsessed with the new detail they gave to the plastic protecting the mirror, it’s definitely more pleasing to the eye and won’t look bad if you decide to keep it instead of removing it.
The newest Glow Kit to their collection is called Sun Dipped (shown above) and is my favorite by far! I would always start with "That Glow Palette" and end with the "Gleam Palette" for the extra pop but with this Sun Dipped one, I’ve just been using one palette because moonstone and summer are just the bomb dot com, even more then "So Hollywood"! The other two shades; Tourmaline and Bronzed are perfect for a more natural all over beach glow. Love, love, love this!
Next is a summer edition lip gloss set for just $28! As shown above, It includes 6 mini lip glosses that are the same size as NYX glosses so they’re perfect to keep in your bag and personally easier to hold in your hand while applying. It’s mostly nudes, a berry and blue purple shade so they’re all very wearable and perfect for the summer! Gorgeous!
I saved the best for last. The new Anastasia Beverly Hills "Darkside" waterproof gel liner is the TRUTH! Formula is almost identical to my favorite NARS "Larger Than Life" eyeliner that stays put all day so you don’t have to keep reapplying it to maintain that intense black color. It’s a retractable pencil that slides smoothly with a hidden tiny sharpener to reshape the pencil. How cool is that?! I’m completely blown away with their new releases!
Do yourself a favor and add these to your collection for this summer.
By Miryam | NYC Makeup Tonight Instructor