A Look - Using the Norvina Palette

By Katrina - August 04, 2018

Today I created a look using my new Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina eyeshadow palette. I had so much fun creating this look and I will probably be doing this exact look again soon. I love how it came out. I typically do not go for pinks and purples, but this palette is so fun and the shades are so buttery soft and it made the look come together effortlessly and blended exactly the way that I wanted it to. 

I love that this palette has neutral shades in it, so that I could do an everyday look using this palette as well. It's not just a pink/purple palette and that what I love about all Anastasia Beverly Hills eyeshadow palettes, the range in each palette really makes them unique and versatile. 

Product breakdown:

Yves Rocher 24K moisturing facial oil
Too Faced Born This Way Foundation in Golden
mixed with
Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation in 4W1
La Girl concealer in Chocolate for contour
Tarte Shape Tape concealer in Medium Light
Blended together with Beauty Blender
Vita Liberata Powder Bronzer
The Balm Blush in Hot Mama

Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Palette 
- "Love" used with fluffy brush in crease blended outwards.
- "Passion" added to deepen crease
- "Drama" added to deepen crease
- "Creamer" used on inner lid
- "Wild Child" used in middle lid
- "Celestial" used on outer lid
- "Rose Gold" used on bottom lash line blended with "Love"
- "Base" used to blend towards brown bone
NYX Liquid Liner
Maybelline Colossal X Shayla mascara
Ardell Falsies Double Up Wispies

Mac lipliner in Stripdown
Too Faced lipstick in "Send Nudes"
DOSE of Colors X iluvsarahii lipgloss in "Brillo"


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  1. you are very beautiful

  2. Did you feel like the Norvina palette had a lot of fallout? I hear that it does. Would like your opinion.