I'm excited to bring this review for my readers I only received the palette yesterday so I got this review typed up really quick. SO recently the beauty blogger/instagram world blew up amongst makeup addicts when the Amrezy palette was released. Amrezy I believe is Anastasia's daughters best friend, Amrezy put the suggestions forward whereas Anastasia's daughter is the brains behind the brand who is involved with all the making of the products etc so giving that it could only mean one thing that this palette would be a success. The idea behind this palette was to create a palette which was versatile, with two colours to make a look pop and the rest to work as highlight, lid and crease shades.
I put off getting this palette which was released lat week and is now available via Cult Beauty to us in the UK for only £24.00 which I think is good as they've still kept it really affordable. Just seeing and hearing raves I couldn't hold back so while I was given a figure by hubby as a treat I got this as a part of a massive 1 hour haul.
Top row shades are all shimmers and all the bottom row shades are mattes which I thought was pretty clever. Morocco is a shade very similar to Sienna from the Lavish Palette which has a more brown finish whereas Morocco is more red/maroon based. LBD (little black dress) is said to have been released before but I think personally it is a good shade to have in any palette. LDB and Deep Plum take a little more work and are a little stiffer than the others but nothing major in comparison to some matte shades I've tried in the past.
Overall I love the fact I can use this one palette to create so many different looks, I find its difficult to create a full look using just one palette in general unless its a large palette. I love the variety of colours and how really well pigmented they are, the shimmer shades are really buttery too! At £24.00 this is one palette I think is a steal and is already a popular one that has shades for everyone whether you're a nude kind of person or one that likes a look which really pops! Im glad I bought the palette and look forward to playing with it.
Here's the first look I created using this palette:
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