Anastasia Beverly Hills Alyssa Edwards Eyeshadow Palette Review

Anastasia Beverly Hills Alyssa Edwards Eyeshadow Palette Review Hello everyone, it’s your girl Scarlet and today I am going to review new Anastasia Beverly Hills Alyssa Edwards Eyeshadow Palette Review

 Alyssa Edwards is debuting an eyeshadow palette in collaboration with Anastasia Beverly Hills and I think this eyeshadow palette is best among the latest eyeshadow palette launched by various well-known brands around the world such as:

→ Sugar Rush Keep Calm Sunnies Eyeshadow Palette 

Kylie Cosmetics The Sorta Sweet Palette Kyshadow

Charlotte Tilbury The Icon Eyeshadow Palette and many more.

This is Anastasia Beverly Hills Alyssa Edwards Palette which will launch on AnastasiaBeverlyHills.co.uk on 29th May at 5pm BST, As far as we understand this is a limited-edition palette aSo let’s get started with this review.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Alyssa Edwards Eyeshadow Palette Review

What Makes it Special

It features 14 brand new shades including bold bright shades, cobalt blue, creamy gold, smokey purples and a hot pink.

On the inside, we’ve got a great big Brush which is quite useful while applying.

My favourite part about this palettes is that It’s cruelty-free

This Anastasia Beverly Hills Alyssa Edwards Eyeshadow Palette Review is so pleasing to the eye, the packaging is perfect.

All colours are beautiful in this Anastasia Beverly Hills Alyssa Edwards Eyeshadow Palette Review and they stay on all day without having to reapply

Anastasia Beverly Hills Alyssa Edwards Eyeshadow Palette Review

Anastasia Beverly Hills Alyssa Edwards Eyeshadow Palette Shades

Beast: Blackest black (Matte)

Back Rolls: Warm chocolate brown (Matte)

The Supreme: Deep peach (Matte)

H.O.E: Neutral taupey brown (Matte)

Headliner: Bright white (Matte)

Unicord Tribe: Cool plum pink (Matte)

Brick Road: Primary yellow (Matte)

Texas Fuchsia: hot pink (Matte, Pressed Pigment)

Dream It: Royal blue (Matte, Pressed Pigment)

B.B.D.C: Deep cool aubergine (Matte, Pressed Pigment)

Believe: Violet purple (Matte, Pressed Pigment)

D.D.G. Rich violet with silver flecks (Metallic)

Inspire: Champagne gold (Metallic)

Beyond: Warm fuchsia (Metallic)

That’s it for now. If you find this helpful we would love to hear your thoughts, ideas suggestions etc

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