Anastasia Cube is a very cool-toned, very light lavender with a pearl finish. It is a discontinued eyeshadow that retails for $12.00 and contains 0.06 oz.
Cube is a pale white with a pink-to-lavender shift in the form of fine pearl. It had semi-sheer coverage with a more powdery base that seemed prone to applying unevenly if I attempted to use it damp--I had to pack it on and then buff it out in order to get a decently even application. The pan itself showed signs of hardening after being used with a dampened brush, but when I attempted to pick up product and then dampen the brush, the powder seemed to ball up. I tried working with it dry initially, and it was just so powdery and sheer that any attempt I made to layer it over something (to give it shift) made the underlying product appear chalky and when I attempted to apply it as a brow bone highlighter, it was just random bits of sheen with no continuity. Edit on 8/5/17: This one seems to get even worse with sustained use and significantly hardens, regardless of using it dry or not, and it has only gotten harder to apply.
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview, which is a detailed review of the range as a whole.
A collection of single, fine-milled powder eye shadows in individual pans. Use Anastasia Beverly Hills Eye Shadow Singles to create a professional-style four- or eight-pan custom, refillable palette.