The Sephora 50% off sales earlier this year had me scrambling to purchase some more ABH glosses (best formula ever!), but this time it was for some minis.
The ABH Lip Gloss Set retailed for $45 AUD, but I paid $22.50, meaning each gloss costed about $5.60 – not a bad price for the quality of ABH!
Diamond is a warm white lip gloss with pink, blue and gold glitters scattered throughout the semi-opaque formula.
Citrine is a vibrant glittery gold shade with slightly bigger glitter particles of gold, pink and green.
Pearl is a soft champagne peach shade with gold, pink and yellow glitters.
Pink Tourmaline is a warm midtone pink with pink and light purple glitters. This shade is my favourite from the set as it looks just as good worn alone or as a lipstick topper!
What’s your favourite shade from the set and why? Let me know in the comments below!
Each palette I purchase from Anastasia Beverly Hills seems to be an improvement on the last one (not that any of them have been bad!) I thought Soft Glam would be the last eyeshadow palette I bought from Anastasia this year, and then they came out with Norvina. Needless to say, I purchased the Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina palette the day it launched on the Sephora Australia site! Here are my thoughts on this pretty purple-toned palette.
This is the last lip gloss to join my stash for a while, and the sixth from Anastasia Beverly Hills. Like Moon Jelly and Toffee, I purchased Parfait during the Sephora 50% off sales.
Toffee is my fifth Anastasia Beverly Hills lip gloss, thanks to the Sephora 50% off sale. This is one of the more neutral shades in the collection, and would suit most skin tones – including us fair girls!
Just as I had suspected, after hearing the Anastasia Beverly Hills glosses would no longer be sold in Sephora Australia stores, a bunch of shades where part of the Sephora 50% off mid year sales. As these lip glosses have my favourite formula, adding a few more shades to my collection at half price was too good to pass up. Here are my thoughts on the first shade, Moon Jelly. You can also read my review of the formula here.
Moon Jelly is an iridescent, semi-opaque shade with pink, blue and purple shimmer reflects. Like the other high-shine glosses I own from the range, the shimmer/glitter particles don’t have any grit to them.
Moon Jelly isn’t as pigmented as the other shades I own, however this is to do with its colour, rather than a difference in formulation. You wouldn’t really want an opaque white shimmer lip gloss anyway (or at least I wouldn’t)!
While I enjoy wearing the shade on its own, I feel this would look even better as a lip topper, and is worn best when paired with any cool-toned lipstick, particularly pinks.
What do you think of this shade? Do you prefer coloured lip glosses that can be worn on their own, or lip topper shades such as Moon Jelly? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!
When the Moonchild Glow Kit from Anastasia Beverly Hills went on sale at Sephora, I felt like I needed to grab the sister palette to complete my collection (which was also on sale).
For someone who didn’t drool over the Modern Renaissance as much as every other beauty blogger out there, it may come as a surprise that I picked up the Soft Glam palette while in Sephora the other week.