Here is my first impression of the Anastasia Beverly Hills Prism Palette.
Prism Palette – Overview
This palette retails for $42, wherever ABH products are sold. The packaging is a sturdy cardboard, with a velvet exterior. The palette has eyeshadows that are warm, cool, and neutral. It has 14 total shadows, with 7 being shimmer/glitter and 7 being matte.
Prism Palette – 1st Impression
I do like that the palette has a wide variety of undertones, shades, and finishes. You can create a beautiful daytime look with the mattes and soft shimmer colors (Eden, Sphinx, Saturn). And you can also create a dramatic look with the glitters and darker mattes (Pyramid, Throne, Obsidian).
I did not really like Lucid or Sphere, but keep in mind this is my first impression. I haven’t even applied these to my face yet.
Prism Palette – Descriptions
Here is the official description from the ABH site.
Lucid: Duo chrome white gold with pink reflect
Eden: Ultra-matte coral pink
Unity: Ultra-matte nude ochre
Sphinx: Metallic warm bronze
Osiris: Metallic midnight violet with red reflect
Sphere: Ultra-matte electric green-yellow
Obsidian: Ultra-matte deep black
Dimension: Duo chrome silver-grey with pink reflect
Parallel: Ultra-matte truffle
Pyramid: Metallic yellow gold with green reflect
Throne: Metallic blackened blue-green with multicolor reflect
Saturn: Ultra-matte terracotta
Eternal: Metallic violet copper
Lure: Ultra-matte ashy lilac