This Cult Buy Could * Replace * The Naked Palette

We’ve been getting more than a little impatient waiting for cult beauty brand Anastasia Beverly Hills to release a new eye shadow palette.

It has felt like * forever *, but the brand has finally announced the release of their newest launch: the Modern Renaissance palette.

We’ve experienced the bitter disappointment of missing out on previous limited edition palettes, so we were thrilled to hear that this will be Anastasia Beverly Hills’ FIRST EVER permanent palette!

A makeup look using Modern Renaissance. Instagram: @norvina

Compiled of 11 matte shadows and 3 satin metallics, the Modern Renaissance promises to be the ultimate palette for both day and night looks.

Can we smell competition for the sacred Urban Decay Naked palettes?!

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The choice of colours have been inspired by Renaissance art – fancy! – and after looking at the preview pics, we can’t wait to make some makeup art of our own with the stunning shadow selection.

The gorgeous mix of orange and pink tones are perfect for both understated day and daring night out looks – it’s a palette that definitely leaves room for experimenting!

Instagram: @norvina

ABH Creative Director Norvina, shared her vision for the new palette on Instagram, explaining: “I wanted to make something beautiful and timeless, since this palette is permanent.

“Beauty fades, and the real challenge was creating a palette that is useful to your daily life once it’s no longer brand new”.

From where we’re standing, she’s definitely delivered a product that will stand the test of time and changing trends.

Launching this summer, the palette will cost $42 (approx. £29). We’re still waiting on Cult Beauty and Beauty Bay to confirm that they’ll be stocking it, but we’ll update you asap!

Yep, Modern Renaissance looks like it’s * defo * been worth the wait…

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