I recently uploaded a post about Anastasia‘s Artist Palette and now it’s the Shadow Couture World Traveler palette’s turn!
Here’s how it’s described on the Anastasia’s online store:
“This limited-edition, fashion-forward eye shadow kit is the ultimate makeup artist’s palette. Twelve shades—ranging from a neutral peach to a vibrant blue—deliver smooth, intense color, so you can create an endless array of custom looks. Finishes include matte, satin, and metallic. Formulas can be applied wet or dry”.
The Shadow Couture palette contains twelve eyeshadows (five shadows are part of the permanent line).
Finishes range from metallic, to matte to satin.
Starting from top row L-R:
Soft Peach is described as a “nude pastel peach with an ultra-matte finish”. It’s part of the permanent line. It’s matte and has a good pigmentation, perfect for a warm blending shade for the crease.
- Morocco is described as a “deep burnt orange with an ultra-matte finish”. This isn’t a new shade, because it was already in the Amrezy Palette (more details here) and it’s also belonging to the permenent eyeshadow line. Morocco is a gorgeous transition shade, a warm brown with a very orange/red base.
- Heirloom is described as a “pinky eggplant with a sparkle finish”. It’s a very dark and shimmery purple with silver sparkle in it.
- Bellini is described as a “golden peach with a satin finish”. It’s a medium orange with a strong gold component in it and warm undertone.
- Pink Champagne is described as a “shimmery pink with a titanium finish”. It contains pink and silver sparkles. It’s a brownish cool pink and it’s part of the permanent line.
- Chic is described as a “taupe gray with a shimmer finish”. It’s a light cool gold with a strong presence of grey.
- Spoiled is described as a “gold-flecked peach with a metallic finish”. It’s a light rose gold shade with a warm undertone and gold sparkles.
- Fudge is described as a “rich, chocolate brown with an ultra-matte finish”. It’s a dark warm brown with an orange/red undertone. Lovely on the crease and perfect for fall.
- Azure is described as a “vibrant blue with a metallic finish”. It’s a shimmery navy blue.
- Intense Gaze is described as a “bronzed pink with a satin finish”. It’s a dark pink with a warm peachy/brown undertone.
- Metallic is described as a “brassy gold with a metallic finish”. It’s a permanent shade and it’s a light olive gold.
- Noir is described as a “deep carbon black with an ultra-matte finish” . It was contained in th Tamanna palette (more details here) and it’s part of the permanent line. It’s a matte very dark black shade (but lighter than Coal, a black eyeshadow contained in the Anastasia’s Artist Palette – out now, more details here)
They’re a really good mix for fall. You can use the eyeshadows wet to maximaze their performance, if you want to.
The packaging, as the other Anastasia Beverly Hills Palettes, is slim, perfect to carry around. It’s a cardboard palette and it’s provided with a large mirror on the inside and a double ended brush.
Where can i find it? Price?
The Shadow Couture World Traveler palette retails for $30.00. You can find it at:
Other Articles on Anastasia
If you want to, just to have an idea, you can check out some articles on other eyeshadow palettes by Anastasia Beverly Hills.
Not on the blog, but that’s the Amrezy Palette:
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