Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Palette

November 12, 2018 | Anastasia Beverly Hills, Beauty | 10 Comments »

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Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Palette

Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Palette

Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Palette

Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Palette

Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Palette

Swatches: Fresh, Pearl, Steampunk, Rose Quartz

Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Palette

Swatches: Ember, Bloom, Birch, Cinder, Twig

Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Palette

Swatches: Teak, Dystopian, Cyborg, Slate, Noir

I believe the first palette I ever tried from Anastasia Beverly Hills was the Modern Renaissance Palette. It’s such a beautiful palette and one that I still reach for. When Subculture came out I went crazy trying to make it mine because I loved Modern Renaissance so much and hoped it would be similar quality. Sadly, for me it wasn’t. Ever since I’ve been a little hesitant with the new palette releases. Even if the color story really stands out to me. That is until I laid my eyes on the Sultry Palette.

I was really drawn to the beautiful, shimmery packaging. It looked all kinds of glamorous. The shades were a perfect combination of neutrals with the most gorgeous pop of coral to tie it all together. I imagined all of the beautiful holiday looks I could create with it.

I read many reviews before deciding to make my purchase. Funny thing is no one mentioned that the gorgeous shimmery packaging was a bit of a glitter fest! Don’t get me wrong. It’s even more beautiful in person. But I wasn’t expecting textured glitter. It’s impossible to touch it without getting glitter everywhere. I really wish it was sealed in so that you get all of the glamour without the mess. Glittery bits aside, it really is a beautiful palette. Inside and out!

The Sultry Palette contains 14 eyeshadows. I love how it evens out between mattes and metallics. I personally love more matte shades. There’s even a great brow bone shade so I won’t have to reach for another palette. The shadows swatched beautifully. This wasn’t really a surprise to me. Even the Subculture palette swatched beautifully. What did surprise me was how well it performed.

I was a little nervous starting out. But the more into my look I got the more I fell in love with this palette. Twig was the only shade that was a little powdery, but it was nothing like Subculture. Dystopian needed a little extra help blending out. It could get a little patchy at times. The other shades were perfect. They all applied and blended beautifully. Even Noir.

You can see a look I created with the Sultry Palette below. I used the shades Twig and Slate in my crease, Cyborg on my lid with a dampened brush, Noir on my outer lid/crease, Fresh on my brow bone, and Pearl on the inner corner of my eye. For my lower lash line I used a combination of Slate and Noir.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Palette
Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Palette

This palette isn’t exactly my style. I’m more about color. Yet I found myself drawn to it. I’m really glad that I decided to try something different. While this isn’t something that always works in my favor, I’m happy to say that this time around it did. The Sultry Palette is a winner in my book. I’m happy to store it right next to my Modern Renaissance Palette. After the holidays of course. Because this beauty will be getting a lot of use over the next few months.

Have you tried the Sultry Palette?


Product: Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Palette
Price: $45.00

10 Comments on “Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Palette” »
  1. Ashley

    I’ve been sort of tempted by this one, BUT, in reality – do I really need another basics palette? Gosh, depending on the day though, I sure do struggle with saying no! I like the pretty glitter packaging too, but sort of turned off by glitter shed!

  2. I delayed buying this palette, convinced that I didn’t need it but I eventually gave in and am so happy because I love it! xx
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  3. Love this look on you!! the look you created is gorgeous and suits you well. I love it, definitely need this palette.

  4. I skipped this palette because it leans more cool toned than I like but nevertheless, it’s a beauty!

    • Yeah I know what you mean. I definitely prefer my warmer palettes. But I just couldn’t help myself. Even if it makes me look a little ill lol.

  5. it is so hard to resist these beautiful palettes…foiled shadows look pretty amazing in swatch… Glad to know it is nothing like subculture..
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