Tuesday, 7 October 2014

"Dress Your Face"



Hiiiii my lovelies! I figured the next post I would do would definitely be about the 'Tamanna Palette' by Anastasia Beverly Hills. Everyone has literally been raving about this palette and the other two palettes by ABH but I didn't get a chance to get hold of them. As soon as my loan came in, I jumped straight in for this baby! And I've got to say this has got to be one of my best purchases yet!


In the box you get obviously, the amazing palette and five 'Get the Look' cards which show five beautiful, different looks you can create using the palette. And these looks are all great for fall which was the purpose of this palette (as it states on the back of the packaging). 




The packaging of the palette is stunning. It has a very middle Eastern/Indian vibe to the gold scroll design on the front which reflects Tamanna's ethnic backgrounds. When you open the palette, inside you have a mirror and a two sided brush which makes it a great 'on the go' palette!


 Onto my favourite part; the colours. I can't even express how amazing the colours are in this palette. They're super creamy, super pigmented and they blend so well! Even when you're blending, you never lose any of the colour you first applied which is so good because I've experienced with other eyeshadows that when you keep blending (which is key guys!) the colour sometimes fades away which means you have to keep reapplying and blending and it's a forever ending process...
Also, these colours are soft and warm toned which means they are perfecttt for fall. There are a range of matte and shimmery shades which means you have a set of transition colours such as 'Chocolate' and 'Bengal' and also shimmery shades such as 'China Rose' and 'Blush' which you can use on the lids or use as a highlight! Some colours are slightly lighter than others but you can layer these on to the desired intensity. And others such as 'China Rose' and 'Venezia' can be used wet for an even intense pigment and colour pay-off.


Without and with flash.
Top-Bottom: Noir, China Rose, Chocolate, Bengal, Sangria, Custom, Gilded, Venezia, Blush and Fresh. 

Two looks I did using the 'Tamanna Palette'. 

This palette is definitely worth the price it's for! Most people would class it as too expensive for an eyeshadow palette which I also understand, but the colours, packaging, pigmentation, texture, everything is worth it! I've come across some palettes which haven't done it for me but this one is one of my favourites. If you're looking for a fall-perfect palette, this is calling you. 

1 comment:

  1. These eyeshadows are amazing although i never knew what colour really flatters my skin :/

    Konstantina
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