Experimenting with Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture Palette

By Bubbles and Macaroons
Hello everyone!

I am so excited about this post! I got the Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture palette for my birthday, but it took me a while to experiment with them because I got the Huda Beauty Desert Dusk palette to experiment with as well. But today is finally the day! 

You guys, I don’t understand the fuss about this palette. Many beauty bloggers and YouTubers really hate this palette because of the fall out. I just don’t get, I LOVE IT. The shades are pressed pigments, so you have to be careful picking up the color. You just don’t need much on your brush. Tapping once or twice in the shade is more than enough to get an amazing pigmentation. The pigment of this palette is more than amazing.

I have to agree, this isn’t some palette you burst out on a busy morning to create an easy, quick look with. You have to take your time with it, but for me it is worth it knowing the looks I create with it are so stunning, to me.

Green forest

In order of application: Edge – Untamed – Axis – Electric


Throwback to fall

In order of application: New Wave – All Star – Rowdy – Edge

Flash forward to summer

In order of application: New Wave – Roxy – Adorn


The ultimate Subculture look


In order of application: Edge – Roxy – Axis – All Star – Electric


That was it for today everyone! 

See you next time! 

Your Belgian blogger,

xoxo, Tessa

Disclaimer: These are my own pictures. All opinions are my own.

Wow, these eye shadow looks are so striking, very dramatic and so glamorous! Check out more posts by Tessa for makeup inspiration and eyeshadow palette reviews. Can you recreate this look? Let us know in the comments below!

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