If you were thinking of taking a break from obsessively buying new makeup, we’re sorry for what we’re about to tell you. We have a feeling you’ll want to funnel your money into Anastasia Beverly Hills’ new single shadows because they’re coming out soon, and they’re just too good to miss! This is not the time for restraint, darling beauty lovers.
There are 12 new shades being added to the single shadow lineup, with a few of them hailing from the highly-coveted Modern Renaissance palette. The single shadow collection is already super impressive, with 104 stunning shades currently available to choose from. These new additions are the bright, bold hues you need to get the perfect summer makeup look.
The new Anastasia Beverly Hills Eyeshadow Single shades will be available on May 16th for $12 each.
There’s a great mix of matte and metallic finishes, so you can customize the look that best fits your unique aesthetic. And as we mentioned earlier, three of the shades — Love Letter, Real Gar, and Vermeer – come from the beloved Modern Renaissance palette. They’re so gorgeous, they definitely need to stand on their own.
You can’t really beat the price of these single shadows when you think about how perfectly formulated and high-end they are. They’re highly pigmented, blendable, and flattering on pretty much all skin tones, thanks to their vibrancy.
There’s such a wide range of shades that you’ll really be able to play around, creating intense monochromatic looks or using all the colors of the rainbow for a bolder feel.
And what’s great about the ABH single shadows is that you can easily create a custom palette! If you bundle your faves, you can get four eyeshadow singles for $40, along with a free four-well palette; buy eight shadow singles for $70, and you’ll get an eight-well palette. You really can’t beat that.
If you’ve been dying to get your hands on some new single shadows, keep those eyes open and typing fingers ready come May 16th, because the cult fave shades have been known to sell out fast. Which one are you dying to get your hands on? Thank goodness for those empty palette wells, because there’s no way we’ll be able to pick just one.