New Norvina Eyeshadow Palette
The latest eyeshadow palette from Anastasia Beverly Hills has been all the rage. I learned a couple of years ago that if you wanted one of her palettes you better order or purchase it in store as soon as it launches. Why? Because once it’s gone it’s gone and you will find yourself searching eBay to get your hands on it.
How do you know if this palette is worth investing your hard earned $42? Well, today I will be sharing my first impression and what you need to know about this palette before you hand over your hard earned coins.
What You Need To Know:
- Versatile Eye Shadow Shades– the new Norvina Palette is the first eyeshadow palette from Anastasia Beverly Hills that has 7 Matte Shades and 7 Metallic Shades. What does that mean for you? For starters, you know that you are investing in a palette that will be functional and will also help you to create many different eye makeup looks.
- Soft to Sultry- most eyeshadow palettes try to include shades to where you can create multiple looks. However, I feel that this palette is perfect if you are looking to use ONE eyeshadow palette. This palette is perfect for creating a professional/natural eye look AND you can create a look as glamorous or dramatic as you want. (Turn up)
- Quality– It can be tempting it can be to opt for the “cheaper” palette or the “dupe” palette. But let me tell you, this is one palette that you don’t want to NOT have in your bag. Is $42 a lot to pay for a palette? It depends on who you ask, but more importantly, it depends on what you’re expected to receive from your investment.
Here is a breakdown of the shades in the new Norvina Palette:
An essential 14 shade eyeshadow palette featuring Norvina’s go-to shades ranging from bold and bright mattes to soft pastel shimmers.
Full pigment, easy-to-blend formula
Duo chrome and metallic pigments
Luxe packaging including a large mirror and double-ended brush
SHADE DESCRIPTIONS –
Dreamer – Metallic pink champagne
Base – Matte eggshell
Summer – Foiled metallic golden topaz
Soul – Matte Wisteria
Wild Child – Duo-chrome frosty pink with magenta shift
Incense – Matte dusty terracotta
Rose Gold – Metallic rosewood
Love – Matte mid-tone cool pink
Celestial – Duo-chrome plum with a violet shift
Volatile – Matte warm charcoal
Dazzling – Cool-tone duo chrome bronze with a violet shift
Eccentric – Matte dark burnt orange
Drama – Duo chrome aubergine with a cool bronze shift
Passion – Matte deep garnet
Watch my video on the very first look that I created using this palette here
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