September 27, 2014

Anastasia Beverly Hills Tamanna Eye Shadow Palette

Created in collaboration with makeup artist Tamanna Roashan (@dressyourface), the new Anastasia Beverly Hills Tamanna palette offers a collection of rich and versatile fall shades that compliments all skin tones. Because I loved the Amrezy palette so much, I had to get this one too!

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Anastasia Beverly Hills has really stepped up their game in the eye shadow department, I tried a palette a long time ago and the eye shadows weren't that great. The formula is completely different now, the texture and color payoff are much better!

Fresh, Chocolate and Noir are matte eye shadows. Bengal has a satin finish, all the other shades are shimmery. Some of these shades might look a bit sheer, but apply them over a primer and they are all beautiful!



Gilded and China Rose on the lid, Bengal into the crease, Fresh on the brow bone, Blush on the inner corner, and Chocolate and Noir on the outer v and on the lower lashline.

Fresh on the brow bone and on the lid, Bengal into the crease, Noir on the upper and lower lashline, Sangria on the lower lashline and Blush on the inner corner. 

None of them look patchy, even the dark matte eye shadows applies evenly and blends well! Speaking of the matte eye shadows, Noir is the best black eye shadow I've ever used! It's darker than Urban Decay Perversion, MAC Black Tied and Anastasia LBD (Amrezy Palette). It's similar to Urban Decay Blackout, but the texture is softer and a bit easier to blend.

Gilded is my favorite shade, I can't see any difference between this color and Topaz from the Amrezy palette, which I don't mind at all because I would totally buy this shade separately. It's the only similar shade in both palettes.

Oh and this palette comes with 5 step by step cards!


If you love the Amrezy palette, you need this one too! All the shades are stunning!

The Anastasia Beverly Hills Tamanna Eye Shadow Palette retail for $35 CDN for 7.2g (10 x 0.72g).

8 comments:

  1. These look super pretty!

    Lorraine x

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    1. Anastasia and Tamanna did an amazing job with this palette!

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  3. hey do you find that china rose is like mac's expensive pink and sangria is just like cranberry?

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    1. Sangria is very similar to Cranberry, the difference is barely noticeable! I don't own Expensive Pink though, sorry.

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  4. This palette is so gorgeous! It has been sold out in stores for a while here, but I knew I had to have it so I just placed an order online for it. Can't wait to get it! Your swatches are amazing.

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    1. Thank you, I hope you love it as much as I do!!

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