Can We Dupe it? Anastasia Beverly Hills Riviera Palette

I’m going to do a new mini-series on my blog where I take some of the palettes out of my luxury or high end bin and try to recreate it using individual shadows that I have in my collection. I’m not going to do every palette in my collection as some of them have a lot of shadows that I know I can’t recreate. And I don’t know of the palettes I picked out if I can honestly recreate them completely but that’s why I wanted to do this series. As I’m mentioning I’m just going to focus on recreating the palettes from individual shadows as in the end if I have a lot of the same tones I’m going to de-clutter those pans. ‘Cause I can’t think of any better way to go through them where I won’t instantly go where is that one shadow. So to start with I’m going to start with one of the more recent palettes to join my collection: Anastasia Beverly Hills Riviera.

Honestly, I couldn’t create exact dupes using my individual shadows but I tried my hardest. So here are the shadows along with which one I compared them to:

  • ABH Sails > NYX Hot Single Shadow in Whipped Cream
  • ABH Yacht > ColourPop Individual Pressed Shadow in Snake Eyes
  • ABH Seychelles > NYX Prismatic Shadow in Savage
  • ABH Palermo > ColourPop Individual Pressed Shadow in Thank U, Next
  • ABH Seaside > ColourPop Individual Pressed Shadow in On a Whimsy
  • ABH Inheritance > NYX Prismatic Shadow in Gilded
  • ABH Mediterranean > NYX Prismatic Shadow in Blue Jeans
  • ABH Estate > ColourPop Individual Pressed Shadow in Lucky You
  • ABH Cabana > ColourPop Individual Pressed Shadow in Tiki
  • ABH Coastline > ColourPop Individual Pressed Shadow in Lay Low
  • ABH Bahamas > ColourPop Individual Pressed Shadow in Solstice With the Mostest
  • ABH Monte Carlo > ColourPop Individual Pressed Shadow in Poodle
  • ABH Cannes > ColourPop Individual Pressed Shadow in Try Me
  • ABH Palm > ColourPop Individual Pressed Shadow in Feathered

I think the matte half went better for all shades but Bahamas as I didn’t have a vibrant pink in a matte finish. As for the others, I can see four or five that are almost identical so I have some that I could de-clutter from the collection. But ultimately most of my shadows are relatively unique from each other. Which I would say is a good thing.


Love ya,

Mae Polzine

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  1. March 21, 2019 / 4:14 PM

    This is such a cool idea, I’m so excited to read!

    • Mae Polzine
      March 21, 2019 / 4:26 PM

      Thank you, I thought it was the best method to go through my individual shadows since I have just too many eyeshadows. And I hate getting rid of something that I don’t have another version of. Plus it’s a bit of fun to do it this way.
      ♥ Mae

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