I recently introduced you to my Makeup Geek singles and said I'd show you my Anastasia Beverly Hills faves. I want to shout from the rooftops about these four singles; they are as immense in their quality as they are in their shade. I cannot recommend these babies enough. They cost £10 each, or £30 for four (you can also select eight for £50). If you buy at least four you'll be given this free magnetic palette to put them in, with a little groove next to each pan for easy removal.
I don't think these swatches do them justice. Stone is the beigey-taupe of my dreams, a creamy matte that's so bloody perfect as a crease or transition colour on my fair skin. It's a lighter version of Warm Taupe (swatched in the bottom pic here), which is also a divine stone colour. Victorian is a stunning grey shimmer, I can't even begin to tell you how not boring this grey is. It has so much dimension to it, and makes a stunning all-over lid colour for day-wear, or can be used in a smokey eye. If you're scared of pink eyeshadows and possibly looking like you have myxomatosis, do not be alarmed by the buttery wonder that is Dusty Rose. It veers more towards terracotta than pink, and works like a matte dream on days when I just want the crease shaded and paired with liquid winged eyeliner. Truffle Glitter is a beauty, not to be confused with another shade they have called Truffle (why, ABH, why?…), which is totally different to this one, and not just because it doesn't have glitter sparkles so intense you can be seen from space. It feels completely smooth on the eyelid, and isn't the least bit chunky and scratchy like some glitters, but of course there's fall-out, so you will need a glitter glue or tacky primer – totally worth it for pretty peepers. It reminds me a lot of Chantecaille's Tibet but for a fraction of the price. Hope this helps if you're thinking of buying any ABH singles, I'll try and do my MAC singles soon.