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Forget the Naked Palette…

Anastasia-Beverly-Hills-Shadow-Couture-World-Traveler-Palette-Launch-date-July-15-Price-30-Top-rightIt’s all about Anastasia Beverly Hill’s World Traveler eye shadow palette…at least for me. The highly pigmented shades cover all your bases. If you want a brown toned natural eye use the Soft Peach & Bellini shades. Feeling a smokey eye? Use the Noir and Fudge colors. If you want to experiment with the hot new blue hues they’re showing in Allure for fall, there’s Azure. The Pink Champagne shade, the glitziest, sparkleoflight-anastasia-beverly-hills-shadow-couture-world-travel-palette-eyeshadowis the one that convinced me to buy the palette. It’s so JLo.

I noticed on this week’s episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim, and especially Kourt, were experimenting with shades of pink/purple along their lash lines. While I’m more of a earthy shade girl, you know now I’ll be playing with the Heirloom, Morocco, and Intense Gaze colors.

What drew me to this palette was its mix of mattes and shimmering metallics. It’s small enough to carry around in your purse and can help you achieve any eye look from subtle, workwear to bold, flirt-wear. 😉

It seems the palette is in high demand because it’s sold out most places online. It may actually be a special edition. I would try finding this product at your local Sephora or you can buy it HERE on Amazon.

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As a true pisces, I live in a magical and delusional land in my head. In this world romances unfold the way they do in romantic comedies, everything at Sephora is free, Shake Shake burgers are a diet food, and we have the capability to clone Harry Styles.

In real life (what's that?), I spend my days pondering how Kylie Jenner's face changed so much. I'm a beauty junkie and pop culture-loving wedding videographer and freelance journalist. I have a Princess Jasmine complex. I am a Fanson (die hard Hanson fan). I enjoy belting old Celine Dion songs.

Please take everything I say seriously (I have my Masters in journalism from Syracuse University), but not too seriously (Cosmo is my favorite publication.)

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