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Continuing on with revisiting my entire collection, I’m going over to my high end bin to the Anastasia Beverly Hills Prism palette. Which was the limited edition Holiday 2017 palette but it is still listed on ABH’s website but as of writing this is out of stock, they might restock it since the listing is still there. If you want to see my review of the palette, check it out here since I’m not going to be sharing thoughts in this post.
Before I get into the looks, here are the shade descriptions so I don’t have to describe each and every single one of them as I explain the looks:
- Lucid (Duo chrome white-gold with pink reflect)
- Eden (Ultra-matte coral pink)
- Unity (Ultra-matte nude ochre)
- Sphinx (Metallic warm bronze)
- Osiris (Metallic midnight violet with red reflect)
- Sphere (Ultra-matte electric green-yellow)
- Obsidian (Ultra-matte deep black)
- Dimension (Duo chrome silver-grey with pink reflect)
- Parallel (Ultra-matte truffle)
- Pyramid (Metallic yellow-gold with green reflect)
- Throne (Metallic blackened blue-green with multicolor reflect)
- Saturn (Ultra-matte terra-cotta)
- Eternal (Metallic violet copper)
- Lure (Ultra-matte ashy lilac)
Onto the three looks I created using this palette…
Look 1: Lucid Pyramid
This first look is named after two of the shades I used from the palette to create this look. I started out with Sphere throughout the crease then on the outer half of crease I used a mixture of Eden and Saturn. Then in the outer corner I used a mixture of Saturn, Parallel and Obsidian. Next I cut the crease then used Pyramid. After I went back in with the crease shades just to blend out the edges and make it seamless. I used that same color pattern of the crease in the lower lash line. Next I took Lucid in the inner corner of the eye and to highlight the brow bone. Next I used ColourPop Creme Gel Liners Punch (yellow) and Puppy (orange) in the waterline to match the color placement of the shadows. To continue this theme I used the ColourPop BFF Mascara in Yellow Goodbye and Pink Inc. in a similar placement for a bit of fun. And added a line between the lid and crease using ColourPop Supernova Shadow in Astrology. Then to finish up the eye look I used the House of Lashes Premium Collection Radiant false lashes.
Look 2: Eternal Throne
For the next look, I wanted to do something warm and cheery for Spring since the sun has returned in Minnesota. So I started out with taking Eden all over my lids and up into my crease, then I deepened the crease with Saturn. After I dipped into Parallel for the outer corner before taking on my finger Eternal across the entire lid so that it would mix it with the coral tones from Eden. Then I went in with Pyramid to the inner corner of my eye. For my lower lash line I used Throne to smoke it out with a bit of Sphere to keep it fairly bright and tie it in more with the rest of the look. As I don’t wear false lashes to work and it was a work day on this day, I used my favorite mascara Essence Volume Stylist Curl & Hold Mascara to complete the look.
Look 3: Lure of Osiris
To start out this look I used a mixture of Unity and Lure, then I placed Osiris across my entire lid. With my eye open I used Obsidian to buff out the outer corner. Then I took Dimension on the inner third of my eye then mixed that shade with Lucid for the inner corner. I also used the same shades for my lower lash line and popped on a pair of Azeredo Cosmetics Irresistible Lashes.
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