So if you didn’t know that W7 Cosmetics recently launched a very close dupe of the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance palette, then where do you live? Under a rock?
So this is the W7 Delicious Palette. It has a selection of 14 different shades, a combination of nudes, browns, pinks, plums, creams and oranges. The pigmentation differences on each and every single one, I think. As you can see from the photos, the nudes and the creams are not very visible. This to me, isn’t a bad thing just means it’ll be the perfect transition shade to start with. The shimmers are a lot more creamier, which means they’re more pigmented. The mattes vary, with the different tones. Little fall out happens when swatching, and the same with applying to the lids. Just with every shadow, doesn’t a little fall out happen?
Each shade isn’t exact to the ABH palette, but just by one look at it – it’s pretty similar. The packaging has the same colour theme as the ABH palette, and the shades aren’t far off the same. The biggest difference on these palettes is the W7 Cosmetics palette retails at £12.95 where as the ABH palette retails at £41.00.
I would still easily purchase the ABH modern renaissance palette as well as having this one. I think the shades are gorgeous, and I’d love to compare them both together more.
The Verdict –
This palette is really worth purchasing to see if you suit the shades from this palette, to maybe purchase the ABH palette. I think for the price you pay, it’s well worth the money. I cannot wait to create some more warm striking make up looks with this palette. I’m also excited to try a natural look to see how well the creams/nudes work together along with the browns.
Would you like to get your hands on this palette for F R E E ?
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