So, Anastasia Beverly Hills eyeshadows? Worth the money? In my opinion – yes! Here is a quick review and a few swatches of the shades I picked up at the Sephora VIB Rouge sale back in April.
At $12 each, or $10 for four, these are the second most expensive shadows in my collection (Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows being the 1st). I’ve been wanting to try these for a while, but I waited until they came out in Sephora/Ulta so I could go swatch them in person before I purchased them.
I chose 3 Ultra Matte (Blazing, Warm Taupe, and Buon Fresco) shades and one Satin (Sateen). I tried to select shades that are wearable for everyday. When I was swatching the shades at Sephora, I found some of the Ultra Matte shades are more powdery/less pigmented than others, so I stayed away from those. Honestly can’t remember which ones they were – I’ve been so busy lately that early April seems like last year. The shades I chose are very pigmented and super easy to blend. Sateen (the only Satin shade I purchased) is like butter! It’s the most gorgeous champagne, and looks awesome all over the lid. It shows up slightly rosey on me, and I love it!
Bottom line: Anastasia Beverly Hills Eyeshadow singles are one of my top three favorite eyeshadow formulas (other two being MUFE and Makeup Geek). I cannot wait to purchase more shades!