Swatches Of Anastasia Beverly Hill's Modern Renaissance Palette, Because They're Too Gorgeous Not To See
If you're not an Anastasia Beverly Hills fanatic, you might have missed the surprise release of their newest palette. Don't even sweat it though, because the company's got your covered with some gorgeous swatches of the Modern Renaissance Palette to catch you up to speed. You might still be on the fence about whether or not to buy the new makeup creation, but you won't be after seeing the warm-toned color selection.
I know what you're thinking — another eyeshadow palette for summer? But this one is a little bit more special than the rest. Created by ABH President Claudia Soare, aka Norvina, the hues are all based on shades used in Renaissance paintings. The palette was specifically designed for warm-toned lovers out there, but, according to Norvina's Snapchat, a cold-toned palette is on the way if this one does well.
Plus the Modern Renaissance Palette is the very first permanent ABH eyeshadow palette yet. That means that you won't have to set alarms and beat the rush to get your hands on it. Actually, you can go shop the palette right now on the ABH website. But before you do, you might want to check out what you're buying first. Yes, it's ABH, so you know it will be great, but if you don't like rusty hues, the 14-shade palette might not be for you.
Does it get any more gorgeous than this? Well, it does actually. ABH posted a photo of swatches on three different skin colors, so you'll know exactly what you're getting when you purchase the palette. Just one look at these pigmented hues and you'll be adding the $42 palette to your cart in no time.
Don't say that I didn't warn you! Those babies are so darn pigmented that they look like they could be a lipstick swatch. The colors look just as good on lighter skin too.
Ugh. I don't know about you, but I need this gorgeous palette in my life ASAP. Especially since all the shades were deemed good enough to be permanent. So what are you waiting for? Go get to shopping!
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