Two Looks, One Palette: Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Palette

“Don’t compare your life to others. You have no idea what they have been through”

-Sam Cawthorn


Hello my lovelies!

While today’s post isn’t a step-by-step tutorial for a particular look, I wanted to finish out my purple and orange theme by using none other than the Norvina Palette from ABH. I figured that the purple color scheme with warm tones was a perfect way to tie up this series with a neat little bow.




While I have very much enjoyed doing this color scheme series for the blog, I’m also very excited to move onto the next theme for a couple weeks, and then to some spooky looks!




In regards to the palette itself, I don’t want to give too much away, other than that so far, I’m pretty impressed with MOST of the shadows. I’ll let you know in due time my final thoughts, but I obviously love the purple and the overall quality of an Anastasia palette.



For both of the looks above, I stuck to the purest purples and the orange, opting to stay true to the color scheme. As you can see on the eyes, they are absolutely gorgeous thus far and have a very fair amount of pigment, as expected with most ABH palettes.


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Stay beautiful!

Disclaimer: I will never edit my pictures in a way that misrepresents my natural weight and body type. Some Links may be affiliate links. All opinions are my own

9 thoughts on “Two Looks, One Palette: Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Palette

  1. Nova says:

    Pretty looks! So far I’m feeling pretty meh about this palette, at least in comparison to the other ABH palettes I have.. A lot of the mattes seem to deepen up and get muddy after being applied, which is really strange to me. I haven’t been using a sticky white base though so I’m going to try that next.

    • ZoBeautie says:

      I personally haven’t had that issue, but I also use a wet concealer base and have had no issues thus far. I would definitely try it as they are still pressed pigment formulas.

      • Nova says:

        Yeah I’ve still been able to get plenty of pigment, they just don’t appear true to colour on the eye. I think the white base will definitely help.

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