Swatchmas Day 8: Anastasia Beverly Hills x Jackie Aina Eyeshadow Palette

On the eighth day of Swatchmas, I give you the Anastasia Beverly Hills x Jackie Aina eyeshadow palette! This palette is very nice, highly pigmented, but also versatile. It has both matte and metalic/shimmery shadows, as well as neutrals and bold, bright colors that any skintone can make the most of for all types of looks.

This palette contains 11 shadows and 3 pressed pigments. Pigments and pressed pigments are technically not intended for use around the direct eye area, so I suggest using them over a primer and with some caution if you are typically irritated by certain pigments… I’ve never had any issues with any of the ones in this palette, but they can stain a bit if worn directly on the skin without a primer.

The ABH x Jackie Aina palette sells for $45 and contains 11.11 g / 0.392 oz of product. You can pick this up directly from the ABH website, Ulta, Sephora, Macy’s, and several other retailers. Anastasia Beverly Hills is a cruelty-free brand.

The eyeshadows and pressed pigments featured in this palette are:

  • Soleil:   Metallic soft peach with a gold shift
  • Supreme:   Matte rosy pink (pressed pigment)
  • Pinker:   Matte mid-tone cool plum (pressed pigment)
  • Big Wig:   Matte rich purple (pressed pigment)
  • Dwollahs:   Metallic golden olive
  • Credit:   Deep matte plum brown
  • Lituation:   Metallic deep taupe with a violet shift
  • Zamn:   Sparkling rose gold
  • Wiggalese:   Metallic cranberry red
  • Shookington:   Metallic violet with a blue shift
  • Trust Issues:   Sparkling white gold
  • Edges:   Matte deep peach
  • Sponsored:   Metallic chocolate with a teal shift
  • Ginger:   Matte caramel brown

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Photo taken outdoors natural, direct sunlight. Eyeshadows swatched on MAC NC15 skin.

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Photo taken outdoors natural, direct sunlight. Eyeshadows swatched on MAC NC15 skin.

 

This product was purchased with my own money. I did not receive any type of PR or compensation for this post.

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