August 21, 2019

Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Vol. 1 Eyeshadow Palette Is the Brand’s Biggest Palette to Date

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25 eyeshadows in one palette from Anastasia Beverly Hills? Yup! That’s totally a thing now! Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Vol. 1 Eyeshadow Palette arrives this week, August 26th, and holds 25 bold, bright shades in matte, metallic, and shimmer shades. It’s one of the biggest palettes the brand has done to date!

If you didn’t know Norvina is ABH’s brand president and also, the daughter of Anastasia Soare the mastermind behind Anastasia Beverly Hills. Last Summer, the Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Eyeshadow Palette with an assortment of beautiful purples and more recently the brand teamed up with youTuber, Jackie Aina, on a palette that has quite a few purples as well. This left me wondering if I needed the Norvina Vol. 1 Eyeshadow Palette.

Purples aside the layout of this palette is soooo weird for me. This is because I completely lack creativity when it comes to pairing up shades! The purples with the bright oranges and golds are just making my brain explode. What do you think of the combo of shades? The swatches do look amazing that were posted on Instagram.

What do you think of the Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Vol. 1 Eyeshadow Palette?

Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Vol. 1 Eyeshadow Palette is available now.

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  • Christina

    Meh, the colour scheme is fine. I can see why they included the oranges and bright pops of colours (blues and oranges pair well, yellow and purples go well, they all pair with brown, you can even make a nice gradient from yellow to orange, to red, to purple, to blue, etc.), but it’s just not exciting me. Yes, I own all these colours; no, I don’t expect “new” colours to be created, but it’s not even visually exciting to me. I dunno. I think I’ve hit my saturation point.

    • Isabella Muse

      Ok, I felt the same way! I think those colors go together like blue and yellow or red and orange but to include it with the purples is odd for me!

  • Lottie

    I find this palette too overwhelming – too many shadows and my eye can’t find any logical order to them!

  • jill

    i love the bright colors, i think they’re really fun! i just hope this isn’t another one of those “these-aren’t-made-for-use-near-your-eyes” things…but i’m afraid, looking at those delicious colors, that there’s no way all of them are FDA-approved dyes.

    • Isabella Muse

      sadly, I think it might contain pressed pigments. Sad sigh! I hope I’m wrong 😀