After I’ve tried Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance eyeshadow palette, I fell for its formula and pigmentation. Therefore I’ve been longing to test the limited edition of the brand. So, meet Anastasia Beverly Hills Prism Palette.
It’s made of thick cardboard just like the Modern Renaissance palette. The material is velvet-like and black, which is nice to the touch. The packaging is easy to smudge, because everything sticks to it. To preserve the initial look, I keep it in a package it came in.
The palette consists of 14 shades: 7 mattes and 7 shimmers.
The matte colors have quite a soft texture, which is almost the same as in АВН Modern Renaissance palette.
If you want to make them less dusty without wasting too much of the product, you can just dab at the refill slightly. Don’t rub it hoping to pick up as much color as possible. It’s not the case as with, for example, sturdy and tightly pressed eyeshadows like Urban Decay or Too Faced.
The palette comes with a two-sided brush, which is quite good for on the go, but I don’t use it daily.
Almost every shade out there is highly-pigmented and of good quality, except for a couple of outsiders.
The mattes blend out and layer well. The shimmers give a nice result both applying dry and wet.
They apply best with my fingers or a flat brush with synthetic bristles.
They hardly ever leave any fallout and are just a tiny bit dusty.
Now let’s talk about each shade separately.
The matte hues of the first row from left to right: Eden, Unity, Sphere, Obsidian.
Eden is an orange shade that is perfect for the crease and as the main color to the whole eyelid.
Unity is a sandy beige, suitable for blending.
Sphere is a lemon-yellow hue, which is quite dry and shows the medium payoff.
Obsidian is charcoal. It has the same properties as Sphere.
The shimmer shades of the upper row from left to right: Lucid, Sphinx, Osiris.
Lucid is a white gold shimmer that looks better when applied with the fingers.
Sphinx is a bronze shimmer.
Osiris is a blue-violet shimmer with violet particles and a touch of black.
The matte colors of the lower row from left to right: Parallel, Saturn, Lure.Parallel
is dark brown with a red undertone.
Saturn is a ‘dirty’ dark-orange color.
Lure is a gray and lilac taupe that is perfect for blending or darkening the crease.
The shimmer shades of the lower row from left to right: Dimension, Pyramid, Throne, Eternal.
Dimension is gray violet color with a hint of pink.
Pyramid is a shimmering gold.
Throne is an emerald shimmer with a black undertone.
Eternal is a copper shimmer.
So, now I’d like to show you some makeups that I’ve created with Anastasia Beverly Hills Prism Palette.
Here, I’ve applied Sphere to the inner corner of my eye and Dimension to the upper eyelid. Eden and Lure are applied to the crease and Lucid is used as a highlighter. Moreover, I’ve drawn the line with the Obsidian shade.
I apply Eden to the upper eyelid, Saturn and Parallel to the crease of the upper and lower lid and Pyramid to the inner corner of my eye.
Here, I used Sphere and Lucid for the inner corner of my eye, Osiris to the upper eyelid, Obsidian to the lash line and Lure to the crease.
To create this makeup I applied Lucid to the inner corner of my eye, Throne to the upper eyelid and Unity and Lure to the crease.
Here, I used Dimension for the whole eyelid, Lure for the crease of the upper eyelid and a pink shade from the palette Lime Crime Hi-Lite Opals for the inner corner of my eye.
I loved Anastasia Beverly Hills Prism Palette, even though it has some drawbacks! It’s not an everyday palette, but I constantly want to use it.
I like the textures, shades, pigmentation and the results on my eyes.
I recommend you try this limited edition, grab it.
Price: about $42.
Thanks for reading my review! Be always beautiful and have a nice shopping day!
Other Anastasia Beverly Hills reviews:
Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Eye Shadow Palette
Anastasia Beverly Hills Illuminator Highlighter