The Amrezy by Anastasia Beverly Hills palette

I recently bought the Amrezy palette after lusting over it for months. To be honest, I really didn’t need it but after seeing it in person I had to make it mine.

After using it for a few weeks now I thought I’d share my first impressions with you and what I really think of the Amrezy palette.

The palette is made up of a combination of glitter, shimmer and matte shades. There are 16 shades in total. The glitter shades are very vibrant and definitely give more of a party look. The shimmer shades are pretty wearable and I would say they are quite similar to the Norvina palette, in terms of wearability. The matte shades are quite warm based and complement the palette nicely.

As you can see from the photo below, the 8 shades on the top are all glitter and shimmer shades. Below is a swatch of all 8 shades:

The swatches are only one or two swipes of each shade. They are extremely creamy and pigmented and apply to the skin beautifully. My favourites from the top row are Gemini (perfect for a glam night look) and Boss (a stunning frosted pale pink). I also love the Leo shade however it’s a shade I’d probably wear to a party or night out rather than a daytime event.

The second row of shadows are a bit more subdued, well at least compared to the top row. These are more matte shades as you can see, with two shimmer shades. The shimmer shades were very creamy and pigmented however I found the matte shades to be not as pigmented (however in saying that, they are still quite pigmented!). The stand out shades for me are Anastasia (a stunning pink/peach and also because it’s named after my mum) and New Yawker and OG (similar shades of terracotta and fantastic base shades). I am not as keen on the pink shades however that is just personal choice as pinks don’t suit me!

Overall I am really enjoying the Amrezy palette. I like how the shades are quite unexpected and not colours that are typically seen together in a palette.

In terms of wearability, the shades would honestly look amazing against most skin tones, from the palest of skins to deep brown tones. I love when palettes are inclusive and can be work by a variety of skin tones.

Overall I think the Amrezy palette is worth the money. The shades are beautiful and pigmented and are really a joy to wear. Although it’s on the pricier side (around $84) it’s a great staple palette to own as it has a good mixture of glitter, shimmer and matte shades and can be used to create many different looks. If I were to compare it to the Norvina palette (which I also own and love) I would probably recommend the Norvina palette over the Amrezy palette as it’s more neutral. Of course, if vibrant palettes are your thing, I’d recommend checking out the Amrezy palette.

I hope you found this review helpful and let me know if you have any questions!

Have you tried any of the Anastasia BH palettes? If so, what did you think?


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