ABH Modern Renaissance Palette

Hi beauties,

Yes, I am so excited about this post. I waited for this time to come. I am talking about the Modern Renaissance Palette. I ordered it online on the webshop from Anastasiabeverlyhills. I also purchased their new Summer Lip Glosses. Anyway, this post will be all about the Palette. A few weeks ago the first pictures/video's of the Palette appeared on Norvina's SnapChat and I was like: ''Yeah, I need this!'' I really received it very fast! I was so excited that I started playing with it right away!

The Modern Renaissance Palette
The 14 shades: Tempera, Golden Ochre, Vermeer, Buon Fresco, Antique Bronze, Love Letter, Cyprus Umber, Raw Sienna, Burnt Orange, Primavera, Red Ochre, Venetian red, Warm Taupe and Realgar.
I love all the shades, but my favorites are: Raw Sienna, Burnt Orange and Venetian Red. The names are so cool and are inspired by the Renaissance Art. I love that there are 11 matte shades and 3 metallic shades. Matte shades are so hot at the moment.

You can create endless Make Up looks with this the natural and berry shades. As I already mentioned I love matte shades and I am very happy that the palette comes with more matte shades than metallic shades. They are very pigmented and easy to blend with each other. There is also a soft bristle brush available (duo). The palette also comes with a mirror. At the moment (as far as I know) it's only available on their website. The price of the palette is: $42 and the NET WT is 0.7 g/0.02 Oz EACH. I also wanted to mention the packaging. I love the velvet and the plush and of course their rose gold Anastasia label. 

For this whole look I used ABH products

Brows: Brow Definer med brown

Eyeshadows: Modern Renaissance (Venetian Red, Red Ochre, Raw Sienna, Realgar, Tempera, Buon Fresco and Vermeer)

Glow: That Glow (all 4 powders)

Lips: Tango and Grape Jelly Lip Gloss

Contour: Contour Cream Kit in light

I love the shades and this whole palette. It's worth all the money. I have created some looks already on my Instagram, click HERE or for the Modern Renaissamce video, HERE. The look on the pictures is one of my favorites at the moment. What do you think? Let me know. Big hug an until the next post!