This week I will be reviewing the new Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Eyeshadow Palette. Just released this month, this palette was highly anticipated. The Norvina palette as you know is named for Claudia Norvina Soare, the daughter of the founder Anastasia Soare. When I first saw the promotions for this palette, I was so excited to see a palette that I would be able to rock for the fall and winter. The summer and of course the season of the warm-toned palettes are sort of coming to an end. I myself bought a few warm-toned palettes but I am low key ready for some beautiful cool-tone palettes to come out. So when I saw the promos for this palette I knew I had to have it.
Of course, when the palettes started arriving to the major beauty influencers I was interested to see what they thought of the palette. Their reviews to my excitement were very positive and the swatches of the shades looked so beautiful. I waited for a little bit to order the palette because I wanted to get my points with Ulta so I held out until the official release into the Ulta stores.
I ordered the palette in which I only had to wait a few days to receive it. When I opened up the package I was so amazed at how beautiful the palette was. Of course, the palette has the velvet like packaging like all of her previous palettes and of course, the palette has a great mirror and comes with a dual-ended brush. The colors in this palette were so beautiful and the quality of the shades after I swatched them was pretty awesome and to the touch, the formula was sort of like a velvet texture.
Here are the details about the palette via Ulta
“I have always wanted to create a palette that embodies my spirit. I’m a dreamer at heart and get lost in my own fantasy world daily. It’s a whimsical place that leaves you feeling carefree. If I had to explain how these colors made me feel, I would say “happy”.” – Norvina
- Full pigment and easy-to-blend formula
- Includes double-ended brush
- Luxe packaging with large mirror and double-ended brush
- Dreamer (metallic pink champagne)
- Base (matte eggshell)
- Summer (metallic foiled golden topaz)
- Soul (matte wisteria)
- Wild Child (duo-chrome frosty pink w/ a magenta shift)
- Incense (matte dusty terracotta)
- Rose Gold (metallic rosewood)
- Love (matte mid-tone cool pink)
- Celestial (duo-chrome plum w/ a violet shift)
- Volatile (matte warm charcoal)
- Dazzling (duo-chrome cool-tone bronze w/ a violet shift)
- Eccentric (matte dark burnt orange)
- Drama (duo-chrome aubergine w/ a cool bronze shift)
- Passion (matte deep garnet)
I did a quick eye look with this palette before heading to a concert which came out so pretty. I can’t wait to do some more looks with this palette for the fall/winter. As far as my overall opinion of this palette I really loved it in which I was not surprised. Out of all of the Anastasia palettes I have purchased so far I didn’t expect any less as far as quality from this palette.