Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Mini Tutorial

The Modern Renaissance Palette has been around for a while now and has become a huge favorite throughout the beauty world. It is my every day palette, and my goal is to do a few posts with different looks using this palette. I find it to be very versatile, as you can go neutral, warm and deep, or soft and pink.

Here is a mini-tutorial of one of my favorite eye looks I have done with this palette.

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I always use tempera as an all over base shade to set my eyeshadow primer, as power blends better with powder, and your eyeshadow is going to blend better if you have set your primer with a shade close to your skin color.

I used Burnt Orange as a transition shade in the crease and onto the lid, and Realgar in the outer corner. I deepened the crease with Red Ochre (you could also use Cyprus Umber instead), and then used Primavera on the lid and inner corner. I brought primavera and Realgar onto the bottom lash line to pull the look together.

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With my eye fully open.

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Full face.

I am wearing Maybelline Fit Me Dewey and Smooth Foundation, OC from the Gwen Stefani Blush Palette, Colourpop Brow Pencil in the shade brown black, and Colourpop Lumiere on the lips.

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