Anastasia Beverly Hills | NEW Single Eyeshadows

I thought I’d give you all the heads up on some new single eyeshadows recently launched by the amazing Anastasia Beverley Hills, I have to admit when these popped though my door I didn’t know what to expect and I was absolutely jumping for joy once I opened up the box. As you know I’m a huge fan of ABH contour and brow products and I have been even more amazed by the shadows. This is not a review as I haven’t given them a real go yet but I just had to share with you these fab shadows. 
Let’s just take a moment to admire how beautiful these shadows are and yes those are custom palettes! I finally have my own custom palette I’m so happy each single shadow fits perfectly into the palette and they are super easy to remove also as the palette has a magnet to hold them in place and the little finger spaces allow you to reach for your shadows to swap and change them super easily. 

With over 80 eyeshadows to choose from and an array of finishes there is seriously something for everyone here, I really adore the fact that you have a nice variety of finishes including: Titanium, Duo Chrome, Ultra-Matte, Metallic, Satin, Shimmer, Sparkle and Velvet. Upon first impressions my favourite finishes are Titanium and Metallic but honestly they are all great and so so pigmented! The shadow pans cost $12 which is around £8 and ABH have just reduced bundle prices the, 8-shadow bundle price has been reduced to $70 (it was formerly $80, So that’s 1 shadow for $12, 4 shadows for $40, and 8 shadows for $70)
You can purchase the shadows from or if your willing to wait then a little birdie told me they will be available from Cult Beauty in the New Year! 
What do you think of the look of these shadows? 
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