SUCH A NICE PALETTE!
I searched long and wide for cold colors, which I had partly managed to find with Norvina. When I saw her in the shop the first time she hadn't completely convinced me, as out of all the palettes I have from ABH (Soft glam, Subculture and Norvina) this seems to me to be slightly more dusty than the others (although I have heard conflicting opinions ). But the second time I swapped it I was convinced, and also thanks to the 20% discount I bought it. PERFECT choice. I can look at 50 palettes and a cold pigmented gray like Slate will never find it. Nothing to say about the quality of Anastasia, incredibly pigmented eye shadows, the matte are excellent, they last 8 hours without primer, the shimmers are a blaze of color, if even better wet. Much appreciated was the addition of black that in such a palette could not be missing, the black of this brand then I think is the best ever tried. Bloom, this coral out of the choir I find it GENIAL. Because it manages to give that perfect contrast but it is not exaggerated, I made a trick mixing Slate, Twig and Bloom and although I was afraid to create a jumble of colors at random, in reality the makeup came spectacular. Bloom guesses so much in this palette. Wonderfully bright and glittery packaging, I am very happy that for this palette I have abandoned the velvet that is irremediably dirty with a lot of ease if you handle it with dirty hands. Only against eye shadows they are dusty, yes, and quite a lot. With this brand you get used to it a little bit, but for this reason I believe that Anastasia is a brand to recommend to those who are at least a little bit practical with makeup. I also recommend paying particular attention to taking the product from the wafers with a brush, because they tend to do a little kick back and make the other pods dirty. For the rest, I still prefer my beloved Subculture, but she puts herself in second place