Anastasia Beverly Hills Tamanna Dress Your Face Palette
It is not often that I purchase a palette and find almost immediately that I am a huge fan, but the Anastasia Beverly Hills Tamanna Dress Your Face Palette has been one of those palettes that I immediately crushed on. I’m not gonna lie, I wasn’t really intrigued by it when I first seen it released. I thought to myself… eh, I’ll skip this one, but decided to cash in on a discount I had and it was a great investment.
Anastasia Beverly Hills does it again with a collaboration with Makeup Artist Tamanna Roashan, also known as Dress Your Face on social media. This collection of shadows includes Tamanna’s “must have” shades to achieve her most requested looks that can easily be paired with any skin tone. A combination of warm and cool tones combined to create anything from smoky eyes to intricate cut creases and everything in between can be accomplished using this palette.
At $29.00 this palette is a HUGE steal – including ten show stopping shades. This is my third eye shadow palette produced by Anastasia Beverly Hills and quite honestly my favorite. Be sure to click and watch the video embedded below for a live review and my thoughts on this palette or click here to watch directly on YouTube.
If you are someone who loves neutral shades but are looking for a palette that may offer you a little pop of color, I think this would be a great find for you. It is a rare thing for me to find a small palette that offers a matte browbone highlight shade, a deep matte black and then a good transition shade and this palette offers Fresh which is a matte browbone shade I like to use, Bengal which I use as the perfect transition and then Noir or Chocolate which will help to deepen the outer V or crease. The rest of the shades are bonuses.
In my swatches Sangria shows up a lot less pigmented then it really is so I’ve included makeup looks with the colors in this palette so you can see how they look on the eyes. Below I am using Sangria all over the lid and while it is used over a base, the color is very vibrant naturally in comparison to the swatch which became washed out due to lighting. Sorry about that.
I also used the Tamanna palette to recreate this look (above) and again, as you can see, the color is quite bold when taken in proper lighting. Tutorial for this look can be found here.
Considering there are a plethora of palettes on the market today all ranging in prices and some quite on the high end price spectrum, I definitely suggest this palette for anyone looking to add a new makeup palette to your list. With the holidays so quickly approaching, this would be a great gift for any makeup lover on your Christmas list and of course – a great palette for you too.
Do you own this palette? If not, is this something you have on your holiday wish list?