A Roundup of Stunning Anastasia Self-Made Palette Looks


The Pampadour team has always been a big fan of Anastasia Beverly Hills’ eyeshadow palettes. At $30-35, these palettes are less expensive than many others on the market, but the qualtiy and packaging is straight-up luxury. The shadows are so pigmented, versatile and unique. The sets always include transition shades, neutrals, pops of color and crease options, so all you need is one palette to create infinite looks. The new, incredibly gorgeous Self-Made Palette just might be Anastasia’s best palette yet. Keep reading for some of the prettiest Self-Made looks (like the one by Emilia Jaskiewicz, above) and tutorials so you can learn how to recreate them at home!

ABH Self Made

Image via @AnastasiaBeverlyHills


@Patryyciah added a pop to her neutral smoky eye with the shade ‘Deep Purple’ from the Self-Made Palette. That gorgeous glow is Anastasia’s So Hollywood.


Abby Johnson said in her Instagram post that this is ‘probably the most versatile palette ever.’ Love how many looks are possible, from neutral to bold. This all-around purple eye is stunning.


Love this cool-toned smoky eye by Karina Waldron! She paired her bold eye look with a simple lip: Kat Von D’s classic Lolita.


Samantha Ravndahl can wear any look. She’s truly one of the most talented makeup girls out there. For this look, she paired the Self-Made Palette with a cool-toned nude lip. She used MAC’s Stone lip liner.


That swipe of purple on the lower lash line adds a unique twist to this otherwise-neutral eye. I love how Kate of @TheCinemaScoper posts pictorials with a step-by-step look at her process. It makes it so simple to recreate the look at home.


Always enamored by the looks Rose of @RoseandBen posts on her Instagram. From her eyes to her skin to her lips, everything is flawless. She paired her Self-Made Palette eyes with ABH’s Black Cherry lip gloss.


Using what looks like the shades ‘Pink Champagne’ and ‘Blossom’, Jenny Cline created this romantic, rosy eye. It looks like it could be a Naked3 look! Truly impressed by how versatile this palette is. (Pink Champagne was such a popular shade that they wisely included it in the Self-Made Palette too!)


Adding a light color to the inner corner really makes such a difference; it opens up your entire eye. Jasmijn Iris Sluis used the shade ‘Isla’ for that beautiful inner corner highlight.


This look is right up my alley! So smoky and glam. Gianna Fiorenze added a glossy pink lip (ABH’s Milkshake Liquid Lipstick with Dusty Lilac gloss) to add some extra drama. Perfect for a big night out.


A classic smoky paired with wispy lashes. Love this ultra-wearable look by Anna of @PinkPerception. The lashes are Sasha by Huda Beauty. They’re sold out, but you can shop Huda lashes HERE.


This Old Hollywood-inspired look is so striking!! Jessica of @_sassafrass used the Self-Made Palette along with MAC’s Blacktrack liner for her eyes. That bold berry lip is ABH’s Sad Girl liquid lipstick.


Incredibly beautiful Jayde Pierce used the shade ‘Pink Champagne’ on her lid, plus ‘Hot Chocolate’ on the inner & outer corners and crease, for this look.

Purple is one of the most wearable ways to go bold with your eye makeup. It looks good on so many different skin tones. Check out Tania Waller’s tutorial, above, to see how she created this dark smoky.

Evita Polizzi’s bronze smoky eye is a gorgeous evening look. Watch her Get Ready With Me video to see, step-by-step, how she got the look.

This wearable, neutral look by Sabrina Davtyan can even be worn during the day. It’s so soft and stunning. Pair it with a bold lip to spice it up for the night.

Who says you have to choose between a bold eye and lip?! Donovan Gibb proves that, with a healthy dose of confidence, you can rock both. Obsessed with this look!


Are you going to try the Self-Made Palette? You can order it HERE. Let us know what you think of it in the comments below and on PAMPADOUR.COM!


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  • This is exactly what I’m looking for!! Thanks for the roundup 🙂 I’m doing a pan that palette challenge with this palette so I’m always trying to find new ways to use it.

    Raincouver Beauty