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Anastasia Beverly Hills is On Fire with New Releases

February 5, 2018

The well-known, upscale makeup brand Anastasia Beverly Hills, ABH, is set to come out with a new powder bronzer in six shades later this year. These new bronzers will add to ABH’s already well known eyebrow products, cream contour kits, lip products and, most recently, its highlighter kits and eyeshadow palettes.

 

The new bronzers were announced via a tweet from Norvia Claudia Soare, ABH’s president:

 

“I’m so excited about bronzers 6 shades coming. Excited about the undertones, i always

struggle with bronzer shades being too red, or too cool toned that they look muddy on.

My shade is Rich Amber which is a natural honey.”

 

 

In addition to these bronzers, ABH is expected to launch its soft glam eyeshadow palette this March. It is also a 14 eyeshadow palette, which will be a softer version of Modern Renaissance, including more natural tones.

 

These new additions to the already lengthy range of ABH products come after the skyrocket of popularity the brand had after releasing its Modern Renaissance palette, a 14 shade eyeshadow pan consisting of warm, nude and berry tones. This palette has had great success and is sold in many makeup and department stores, although it has been about two years since it first launched.

 

Other signature of the ABH products includes their highlighter kits, such as the Moonchild Glow Kit- which consists of more cool colored highlighters- as well as the Aurora Glow Kit- which has a variety of iridescent and metallic finish highlighters.

However, ABH has also discounted certain item, such as the cream contour kit. This kit can now be found in the Marshalls at Town Brookhaven for $20, half of its original price.

 

For a limited time, ABH is also having an online only sale for the coveted Prism palette. The sale takes $10 off the original price tag of $42.

 

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