Anastasia Beverly Hills Master Palette by Mario Eyeshadow Palette Swatches!

There was so much hype surrounding this palette! Right now, it has been discontinued. Not because there was anything wrong with it, but because it was a limited edition. As we all know, this palette was put together by Anastasia Beverly Hills and Kim Kardashian’s makeup artist, Mario Dedivanovic. I typically don’t support anything Kardashian because I don’t understand they hype behind them (real talk: I don’t own any Kylie products) but I had to have this because of the warm toned shadows. There were twelve shades in here and it retailed for $45. If you buy it through a third party, be careful. They duplicated this palette heavy. I did a Facebook live video on comparing the fake and real one. I’m going to be filling you all in on how to spot a fake! 

Here’s the front of this palette! The real one is a nice gold that isn’t overly gold and cheap looking. The logo is also embossed. If you put the box on the side, it should say Anastasia on the top.
Here’s the back of the palette. The serial number is there for you to reference. The cruelty-free bunny is there and not as bold as on a fake palette. Another huge difference is that the sticker that is printed for the back on the fakes have the ingredients for the Modern Renaissance palette.
Here’s the inside! There’s all twelve shades! That is how the inside looks of a real one. On the fake, the mirror has a logo stamped on it that ruins how practical the mirror could be. The fake also has a color named, STH Ave instead of 5th Ave. Also, the colors are lighter, chalky, and do not stay on.
Here is the brush that comes with the palette. The fake has ombre white to black bristles and has a cursive A in a circle on the brush. It is rough on the eyes and it could scratch.

I did the swatches by row with the usual brush and finger swatch.

Here are the first six! These shades are so soft and buttery they almost melt. They blend easily and you can make so many looks. The only one that looks noticeably different in swatches is Claudia. It is a really nice blackish blue.

Lula, Isabel and Violeta are very buttery matte shades. The others are very nice shimmers, Bronx is a gorgeous olive green that blends like a dream. The others are very warm toned and shimmery.

There you have it! If you need any other assistance spotting a fake palette, please ask me!


Author: aubr3y87

I recently was a full-time worker that has went to a stay at home mom lifestyle and I'm attempting to blog about makeup and the perks of being a mother.

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