Anastasia Beverly Hills Amrezy Palette Review
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If you like pink and glitters just as much as me, I’m pretty sure you’ll love this Anastasia Beverly Hills Amrezy Palette just as much as I did when I first saw it. A pink box, full with glitters including a bedazzled handmirror and a pink glitter palette? I obviously had to get this. I’m talking about all the details you want to know about the Anastasia Beverly Hills Amrezy PR Package, including the Amrezy Mirror, and of course sharing my thoughts on the Amrezy Palette, including swatches.
First off, if you aren’t too familiar with who Amrezy is, her real name is Amra Olevic and Amrezy was a high school nickname which now is the name Amra is most known. She was born in Montenegro, the former Yugoslavia. She then spent some time living in Bosnia and Croatia before immigrating to the United States at the age of 9. She’s living in New York City right now. My favorite city!
Amra started a beauty and fashion blog, Glamrezy, back in the days and then started fulltime focusing on Instagram since 2014. She also landed her first collaboration with Anatasia Beverly Hills in 2014, where she created her first ‘Amrezy’ palette. She was quoted saying she created this palette by giving it everything she thought a makeup artist would need. Including crease colors, which she says she cannot live without, as well as a few bright colors for the more daring, matte colors and shimmery colors.
Amra and Norvina (Anastasia’s daughter who’s real name is Claudia and also working for ABH) became very good friends and Amra has always been a huge lover and part of Anastasia Beverly Hills family since then. In 2018, Amra collaborated with Anastasia Beverly Hills again and this time came out with the Amrezy Highlighter. This highlighter is 99% sure the most loved highlighter in the beauty community!
Fast forward to 2020, Anastasia Beverly Hills and Amra collaborated again and that’s why you’re probably here: the new Amrezy Palette. Totally different than her first one and very fitting to Amra’s personality, the makeup looks she loves to wear and her Amrezy brand.
Amrezy shares her inspiration:
“I wanted to make a palette that had every shade you would need for any mood, any occasion. It comes with your everyday neutrals, your pinks for when you’re feeling flirty, and your smoky shades to kick things up a notch. This one palette is my new go-to for creating any look I can dream up.”
Anastasia Beverly Hills Amrezy PR Package
Even though I’m sadly not on the Anastasia Beverly Hills PR List (Norvina if you’re reading this… I would love it), ABH offered the option to buy the PR package exclusive set. Which I just had to get! I’m normally not really into buying PR packages, but this one really spoke to me. I love pink, I love glitters and I love the Amrezy palette. The pink bedazzled handmirror was definitely a bonus to me. I don’t have a handmirror but I do think it’s good to have one in your collection, just in case.
“Anastasia Beverly Hills Amrezy Palette Launch Edition is an exclusive set featuring the Amrezy Palette and a pink bedazzled handheld mirror with Amrezy branding. Housed inside an eye-catching, pink sparkly collector’s case, this set is a stunning addition to any Amrezy fan’s makeup collection.“‘
Anastasia Beverly Hills Amrezy Mirror
Here’s a closer look at the Anastasia Beverly Hills Amrezy Mirror. I think it’s dope! I was a bit scared this wouldn’t hold nicely because of all the bedazzling but this isn’t the case. It’s not frustrating and the mirror holds nicely. Moreover, it’s a nice size of a handmirror and I would love to take this on a trip with me.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Amrezy Palette
The actual star of the PR package is, of course, the Anastasia Beverly Hills Amrezy Palette! Isn’t she beautiful?! It’s actually the first-ever ABH 16-pan eyeshadow palette, all-new shades, including 10 eyeshadows, 4 pressed pigments and 2 pressed glitters. The wide shade range includes stunning rosy tones, flattering neutrals and deep smoky hues perfect for everyone from the makeup beginner to the experienced artist.
The palette is formulated without parabens and gluten, noncomedogenic, dermatologist-tested, clinically tested and cruelty-free. For the full ingredients list, please check out the Anastasia Beverly Hills website here.
- Waisted (Satin ballet pink)
- Barb (Metallic lilac with a golden lime shift)
- Dragon (Metallic golden copper)
- Leo (Metallic turquoise blue)
- Gorgina (Metallic taupe bronze)
- Anastasia (Metallic peachy pink with a gold shift)
- New Yawker (Matte rich caramel)
- OG (Matte neutral chocolate brown)
- 1988 (Matte chestnut brown)
- BK (Matte black)
- Litty (Gilded copper with lavender sparkles pressed glitter)*
- Cupcake (Metallic lavender pressed pigment)*
- Gemini (Antique gold with silver sparkles pressed glitter)*
- Rezy (Metallic candy pink pressed pigment)*
- Šemsa (Matte red plum pressed pigment)*
- Yugo (Matte rich plum brown pressed pigment)*
*Litty, Cupcake, Gemini, Rezy, Šemsa, Yugo are not intended for use around the immediate eye area.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Amrezy Palette Swatches
The palette swatched very pigmented on the arm, as well as on the eyes. The color payoff is in my opinion very good! Most of the time colors like Yugo, BK and 1988 won’t swatch that well on the arm (sometimes a bit patchy) but these didn’t at all. I had a slight struggle with blending New Yarker, but since I’m battling a dry eye area due to the cold weather I’m not 100% sure if this is the shade or just my eyes. I didn’t have problems with blending the other shades at all though. Anyway, it still worked well after blending a bit longer than usual.
The color scheme is very beautiful as well. It’s everything I’m looking for in an eyeshadow palette. As a neutral lover, I have my browns to create a beautiful bronzy look. But I also love my pinks, purples and burgundy shades which are all in this palette too. The shade Leo doesn’t make much sense to me, to be honest, but at the same time, I don’t think it miss matches the palette either. Rezy wouldn’t be a color I would wear daily but I do love the looks with this color included I’ve seen on different MUA’s.
The palette is a bit powdery, just like all the other Anastasia Beverly Hills palettes. I don’t really mind the kickback in the pan and I don’t have much fallout on the face so the powderiness isn’t a huge struggle or no go. I would recommend applying the pressed glitters with a wet brush, otherwise, you can have some fallout on the face. Or just apply setting powder under your eyes to wipe the access fallout away after you’re done with your look.
I definitely think this palette is very versatile and I also think a lot of people are going to love this!
Did you like my review and would love to purchase the palette yourself? The Anastasia Beverly Hills Amrezy Palette retails for $49, the Anastasia Beverly Hills Amrezy Mirror retails for $25 and the Anastasia Beverly Hills Amrezy PR Package retails for $69 but is sold out already since there was just a limited amount of this exclusive set.
Let me know in the comments what you think of this palette!