What a refreshing change of pace for me, huh? In this tutorial not only am I not using the fantastic Smoky Palette, I am also using a new to me (but old to others) makeup brand. The Artist Palette is the first Anastasia Beverly Hills product I have ever owned. *Gasp* Brows aren’t really my big thing, bro!
When I saw this palette, however, with it’s orange and yellow, I couldn’t resist. It’s a beautiful palette. The eye shadows are buttery smooth and blend so magically into each other, it takes little effort to create smooth gradations and perfectly blended looks.
Now what did entice me about the palette was, quite frankly, the most disappointing. That glowy beautiful orange shadow is really sheer. Of course, that is exactly what makes the color wearable, but I wanted bold and loud orange! Alas, my search for the perfect orange continues.
With that being said, onto what I used to achieve this look!
My foundation routine and products is always the same, to be directed to a different blog post with all the details Click Here.
- Bronzer: Tarte Amazonian Clay Bronzer in Park Ave Princess
- Blush: Kiko Milano Soft Touch Blush in 112
- Highlight: TLS Cosmetics Highlight Powder in Glow Gawd
- Base: Milani Shadow Eyes in Almond Cream
- Inner Corner Highlight: Kiko Milano Wet and Dry Use Eyeshadow in 200
- Mascara: Physicians Formula Organic Wear Mascara in Black
- Tightline: Urban Decay 24/7 Glide on Pencil in Stag
- Loreal Lacquer Liner in Espresso
Anastasia Beverly Hills Artist Palette:
- To set base from crease to brows and blend out each layer of color: Buttery
- Crease: Dusty Rose
- Lid: Beigely
- Deepen lid, crease, and lower lid: Aubergine
- Lower Lid: Phresh and Orange You Fancy
- Colourpop Liquid Lipstick in Vice
- NYX Butter Gloss in Tiramisu
And that’s it! It’s actually quite an easy look. If you recreate the look use #esbeautyrealm to be featured on my instagram!
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