*NEW* Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Eyeshadow Palette (Review)

The gorgeous Norvina palette is finally out – comment down below if you are excited!?

For a short while now I have adored the look of both purple and plum-toned products on my eyes. Purple is one of the most perfect colours to use for really enhancing both green and blue coloured eyes in-particular, whilst also helping each colour to POP!!

The Norvina Eyeshadow palette by Anastasia Beverly Hills is the fifth palette to have been released by the makeup brand. It features fourteen wonderful shades in total, from seven bold mattes to seven soft but vibrant shimmers.

The whole look, feel and design of this palette is definitely purple, from the soft and delicate lilac-velvet packaging to a collection of shades that offer a light purple-undertone, it is safe to say that if you are a fan of the colour purple then you may just like this palette!

Although purple is such a dominant feature within this palette, I would also just like to mention that it isn’t ‘purple obsessed’. You can find a nice collection of wearable shades in the Norvina palette. From a few soft but warm browns to a gorgeous blue-toned pink… I love how versatile this palette actually is.

Purple aside, the packaging of this eyeshadow palette is gorgeous in my opinion!! It is luxurious yet still very much in-line to the classic Anastasia Beverly Hills style.

The Mattes

The seven glorious matte eyeshadows within this palette are soft, incredibly smooth and just some of the easiest to blend matte shadows that I think I’ve ever personally come across before – bar Morphe, of course. They have a gorgeous formulation which is strangely buttery but also silky-like too!? They are dusty and they do kick-up in the pan but then at the same time, they are just so incredibly easy to work with…

You can build the intensity of these shadows, easily wipe away the excess by applying a little loose setting powder prior AND even combine a number of these shadows together to create a truly unique look. I am obsessed so far.

The Shimmers
The shimmers, oh my the shimmers!

From a soft veil of both pigmentation and texture, I must say that I absolutely adore what this palette has to offer. The seven shimmers within the Norvina palette happily apply in a number of different ways. From a dense flat brush to a wet brush too, you can easily apply one of these shimmers to your lids with your fingers as well.

The shimmers in this palette when worn alone offer the eyes a beautiful and effortless sweep of both pigmentation and texture. They dramatise the lids, giving dimension and most importantly texture, I just love how one (or a number of these shadows when worn together) can literally take my eye look from plain and casual to a beautiful wearable glam!!

Would I recommend the new Norvina Palette by Anastasia Beverly Hills?! 

…Yes, of course I would because I really like it and am a huge fan.


Love, Jess



  1. 28/07/2018 / 23:16

    I’m torn as to whether I should pick up the Norvina palette. Personally, the shade range isn’t blowing me away. I own the soft glam palette and I love that one, it’s the formula of the ABH shadows i’m obsessed with so I think I’m just going to slowly pick up some of the ABH eye shadow pans, and build a collection out of that.


    • jellybluesblog
      29/07/2018 / 11:52

      I know what you’re saying! I only owned the Modern Renaissance Palette prior to the Norvina one, and that’s only because the other palettes aren’t entirely my cup of tea – although, I am planning on picking the Soft Glam palette up soon (because you can never have enough neutrals, can you!?) I think you would be doing the best thing by only picking the odd shadow pan up every now and then. At least you’ll have a collection of shades that you’ll know you’ll love and use!! OX

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