I wanted to share this recent Anastasia Beverly Hills Pink Champagne look on hooded eyes with you. In case I didn’t mention it before, I bought a bunch of the Anastasia Beverly Hills single eyeshadows to try out and review. I put together a look that is warm peachy and neutral with a bit of sparkle.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Pink Champagne Look
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Saucebox Magic – inner corner and under brows to highlight
Anastasia Beverly Hills Birkin – crease and lower browbone, lower lid
Anastasia Beverly Hills Red Earth – crease and lower browbone, lower lid
Anastasia Beverly Hills Deep Brown – c shape in outer crease and outer lid, upper and lower lashline
Anastasia Beverly Hills Nude – to blend out the edges of Birkin on the browbone
Anastasia Beverly Hills Pink Champagne – lid
Sigma Inner Rim Brightener in Unclouded – lower waterline
Nyx Eyebrow Gel in Black – brows
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in Granite – brows
Essence I love Extreme Crazy Volume Mascara
Perfect Beauty Perfecting Skin in Luminous
Cover FX Custom Cover Drops in N10 (press sample)
Life’s Entropy Foundation Elixir in White
Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Ethereal Light – to set foundation
BECCA Undereye Brightening Corrector – under the eyes
NARS Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder – under the eyes
Notoriously Morbid Necromancy – contour
Colour Pop Butterfly Beach – blush
Urban Decay Afterglow Blush in Indecent – blush (press sample)
Notoriously Morbid Power of the Fae – highlighter
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Colour pencil in Grandma (press sample)
Colour Pop Lippie Stix in Cookie
As I mentioned above, I went for very warm colors with this look. I really like how they work against the teal blue tones in my hair. I used shades I normally don’t reach for, such as rosy peach, reddish brown, and deep brown. I think my color placement was spot on for the blush, cheek contour and highighter.
I wasn’t sure what lip color to go for, so I just sort of grabbed an OCC pencil, ended up with Grandma, and then started blending Colour Pop Cookie into it with a lip brush.
While my foundation mixture turned out nice, especially for photos, in person it ended up looking a bit cakey, so that was disappointing. I’m guessing that even though I tried to apply the setting powder sparingly, I still used too much, which led to caking.
Have you ever tried the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Ethereal Light as a setting powder? I’ve only tried it in the past as a face highlighter.
What do you think of the super warm look? What sort of lip color would you pair with it?