Review: Anastasia Beverly Hills Master Palette by Mario

Happy Monday! I hope you all had a great weekend! My weekend was very relaxing and got the chance to film and create lots of content for the blog and YouTube channel, which is exciting. On a not so exciting note, we did get over 15cm of snow in the past 24-hours - I think it's safe to say, winter has arrived! 

Recently, I filmed a makeup tutorial using this palette and received lots of comments to do a review. 
Here is a quick review on the new Anastasia Beverly Hills Master Palette by Mario! If you're wondering who Mario Dedivanovic is, he is a celebrity makeup artist, especially known for the Kardashian's makeup and is a total MUA genius! Check out his Instagram here for his looks. 

As always, the palette has gorgeous packaging. Anastasia Beverly Hills never fails to deliver beautiful palettes inside and out. The gold and black sleek packaging has 12 warm toned shadows with a few pops of colours - midnight blue, olive green and some berries. If you are someone who loves working with warm-toned shadows, then this palette is definitely for you. 

This palette is limited edition and currently is sold out online - sorry!! - But I recently got mine in store! If you are hoping to get your hands on this palette, do check your local Sephora's because there's a chance they might have a few left.  The palette is sold for $59 CAD

I own multiple palettes from ABH and noticed that these shadows were very similar in texture, pigmentation and overall quality. The matte shades are pigmented and easy to blend on the eyes, and you also have a great range of crease shades, transition shades and some deeper shades to intensify looks. The shimmers are also excellent quality - very pigmented and some such as 5TH AVE and MARINA give off a metallic feel to the eye which is stunning for the holiday season. 

This palette was released shortly after the much loved ABH Modern Renaissance palette and a lot fo people compared the palettes. Here are  the two palettes side by side. 

Overall, I do think that these palettes are different and both bring something different to the table. While the Modern Renaissance palette concentrates on pink-mauve tones, the Master Palette by Mario has more warm-toned earth shades. 

Thanks for reading!

Here is a full makeup tutorial using the palette:

No comments