Anastasia Meet & Greet

Last week beauty lovers got their chance to breathe the same air as the Queen of Brows, Anastasia Soare, the founder of Anastasia Beverly Hills.

Meeting Anastasia Soare, founder of Beverly Hills, at Sephora.

I’ll be very upfront with you.  I don’t have too much to say, I just wanted to flood y’all with photos, so I can remember this moment forever.

At the meet & greet you got to meet with Anastasia, have her autograph your ABH makeup, get a mini makeover at the touch-up vanities from a Sephora employee, chat, and snap a photo with Anastasia.

Let me start by stating the obvious – this woman oozes fabulosity.  She has a very glamorous presence – I felt super special just speaking with her about her brand.  She was very friendly and was willing to give honest and valuable feedback to people who had beauty-related questions.  And she also knew how to work a selfie – angles, lighting, and knowing to take about 10 photos, so you have options – all while wearing some beautiful silver and tan heels (for 4 hours straight – what a champ!).

Meeting Anastasia Soare, founder of Beverly Hills, at Sephora.

My friend Steph from Fun Size Beauty got to ask her some questions about her eyebrows like what product she should use, so of course, I went all paparazzi and tried to document the entire encounter.

Meeting Anastasia Soare, founder of Beverly Hills, at Sephora.

Meeting Anastasia Soare, founder of Beverly Hills, at Sephora.

I couldn’t leave without a selfie!  It was really cool to meet and briefly chat with such a celebrity in the beauty world.  Do you have any makeup heavy-hitters that you’d love to meet?  Let me know in the comments section.


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