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Thursday, July 11, 2019

ABH x Alyssa Edwards Eyeshadow Palette Review, Swatches: On Deep Set Eyes, Tan Skin

After Modern Renaissance - reviewed here - no Anastasia Beverly Hills eyeshadow palette wowed me enough to make me buy it. Not Subculture, not Prism, not Soft Glam, not Norvina, nor Riviera.
Until the Alyssa Edwards palette.
Let me confess - I wasn't familiar with RuPaul's Drag Race until recently. And, when I first heard about this collab, I expected the shades to be even brighter than Riviera. This was, after all, a Summer palette. I expected neons. Electric hues.
But when I saw the colours, I was pleasantly surprised. Apart from a bright yellow, the rest weren't scary at all! Okay, there is a PURE white in there, but I can live with it (or even ignore it). The rest? Wearable. Fun to play with. Easy to subdue.
I call it my favourite non-drugstore palette of 2019 SO FAR. Why? You'll find out.

Scroll down for the review, swatches, and demo of the Anastasia Beverly Hills x Alyssa Edwards eyeshadow palette, and multiple looks on deep-set eyes.

Review, swatches, and demo of the Anastasia Beverly Hills x Alyssa Edwards eyeshadow palette, and multiple looks on deep-set eyes and tan skin.
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For the review and swatches of the ABH x Alyssa Edwards Eyeshadow Palette, as well as multiple eye makeup looks - on deep-set-eyes - watch this video. Please remember to give a thumbs-up, as well as hit the subscribe button at the bottom right corner.




Each eye makeup look featured in the video above is distinct, with the primary colour varying from purple to hot pink to yellow, and is done on deep set eyes, on tan, Indian skin - one tutorial shows a smoky yellow eye makeup look, but the other two use the yellow a lot more subtly. I've finally conquered yellow, which has been a demon colour for me. In retrospect, I should have combined the blue with the hot pink; something I realised a day after uploading, and I tried it out and it came out far better that way, with Dream It in both corners, and Beyond in the middle. Hindsight is always 20/20!
Review, swatches, and demo of the Anastasia Beverly Hills x Alyssa Edwards eyeshadow palette, and multiple looks on deep-set eyes.

So. This one is definitely my favourite non-drugstore palette of the year so far. Purples. Pinks. Some neutrals. Jewel hues. What's not to love?
To buy the Anastasia Beverly Hills x Alyssa Edwards Eyeshadow Palette, go here - they ship worldwide. Or, try here, or here if you like buying from Selfridges. If you are in the US, buy it here.
The palette is £46 or $45 (I know; I have NO idea how that even remotely makes sense in any kind of economics), and is a pleasant, refreshing surprise after a bunch of very "meh" palettes.





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