Anastasia Beverly Hills Pool Party Blush Trio
Recently I bought the new Anastasia Beverly Hills Pool Party Blush Trio. It was basically sight-unseen since I couldn’t find any reviews or swatches prior to the launch. I picked Pool Party based on how it looked like it was a nude, a pink, and a light peach. I thought it would be perfect for my skintone.
The outer packaging has a subtle ABH print.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Pool Party Swatches
L to R -- Kash -- Pageant -- Blank
Matte blushing oak
Blank is a nude mauve matte.
Matte pink with a gold sparkle
Pageant is a pretty pink with gold sparkle.
Matte apricot peach
Kash is a coral pink matte.
Wearing UD 24/7 Hex pencil with Black Moon Eternal liquid lipstick on top.
Wearing Blank on my cheeks. It goes great with Urban Decay Oblivion lipstick. See everything I’m wearing here.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Pool Party Blush Trio Video
What I love about the Anastasia Beverly Hills Pool Party Blush Trio is that it’s a great set of colors for my pale skin. The trio is excellent for the draping trend as all 3 shades work well together. The colors are easy to blend out. The formula is goof proof. It’s hard to go overboard with it. It’s very buildable. All of this make it a winning formula in my book. Plus, it’s vegan.
What I don’t love about the Anastasia Beverly Hills Pool Party Blush Trio is the slightly narrow pans, which are not ideal for all blush brushes. I also wish there was slightly more product in the pans. Each shade is .11 oz each, for a total of .33 oz.
Overall, I’m a fan of the Anastasia Beverly Hills Pool Pool Party Blush Trio formula and wouldn’t hesitate to purchase another trio if I liked the colors in it.
What do you think of the Anastasia Beverly Hills Pool Party Blush Trio?
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