Hey beauties! I’m here to finally review the Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina eyeshadow palette. I just got this for my birthday from one of my best friends and I have been super excited to test it out and share my results with you all. From the looks of this palette I actually wasn’t sure if it was for me. It just didn’t seem like a palette I would use very often but I decided I wanted it just for the sake of collection but I was wrong! I’ll discuss why later…
First, let’s obviously discuss packaging as always! Since the Norvina palette is the sister palette to Modern Renaissance, Subculture, and Soft Glam it has the same velvet packaging. I am in love with the lavender color of the palette as well. The packaging is made well and it’s sturdy like it’s sister palettes. If you don’t know Claudia Norvina is the daughter of Anastasia Soare who is the original creator and owner of Anastasia Beverly Hills. Her daughter Claudia Norvina is the president of the makeup company and this palette is named after her.
The inside of the palette is the classic sister palettes look as well. I’ve always loved the look of these palettes. They are simple, sleek yet elegant and look great on any vanity. I love the shade range on the palette as well, it’s absolutely gorgeous. But the shade range was a reason I wasn’t sure if I wanted the palette in the first place. I didn’t know if I would use the shades in the palette… until I swatched it!
After swatching the shades I knew that this palette wasn’t something I wanted just for collection. The shades look so amazing swatched and seeing them in the eyeshadow pans does not do these gorgeous shadows justice. They are very pigmented and are soft shadows. My favorite shades are Summer, Wild Child, Rose Gold, Soul, and Love.
I did an eye-look with this palette and I used the shade Base to soften my eyeshadow primer, I then used the shade Incense as a transition shade. Afterwards, I used the cool toned dark brown shade called Volatile in the crease of my eye and I blended it out into a cat eye. I used the shade Summer on my lid and on the inner corners of my eyes. To give the eyes an edgier look I took one of my favorite shades Soul, which is a periwinkle color, and blended it on my lower lash line. I then added some mascara to finish off the look!
I loved this palette and I hope you enjoyed this review post as well as the eyeshadow look I made with it! Please remember to subscribe for email notifications for when I post new content. Comment down below what shades you like the most from this gorgeous ABH palette!