Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette Swatches

01/19

Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette
Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette

Anastasia Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette ($60.00 for 1.575 oz.) includes 25 shades dominated by more matte finishes (there are eight shimmers). It’s limited edition and will be available online only. The eyeshadows are larger than typical Anastasia eyeshadows, and the palette itself has a larger footprint–larger than average, too–than past releases from the brand. The brand has decided to go with more standardized naming conventions, but for the purposes of our database, should they release a Vol. 2 in the future, we’ll need a way to discern A1 from Vol. 1 and A1 from Vol. 2, hence every shade name containing the palette name and volume.

The majority shades in the palette are Pressed Pigments, so if you’re someone sensitive to red/pink/purple shades or does not feel comfortable using products that come with a “not intended for use around the immediate eye area” warning, you’ll want to skip the palette.

NOTICE for the following shades: A2, A3, A5, B1, B3, B4, B5, C4, C5, D2, D3, D4, D5, E1, E2, E4, E5. All products categorized under “Pigment” carry a warning in the US that the product is “not intended for use in the immediate eye area.” Brands in the US typically market these products as “Pigments” (instead of “Eyeshadow”), and there is often a warning on the back of packaging or the label. The product includes color additives that are not approved for usage on the eyes per the FDA. Some color additives in “Pigments” have no usage restrictions in the EU, per CosIng, and can be used on the eyes. We recommend checking ingredients to confirm current safety assessment/restrictions: FDA/CosIng.

Norvina Vol. 1 Pro Pigment Palette

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Well, at least they’re being honest and calling it a PIGMENT palette instead of calling it an EYESHADOW palette that’s mostly actually pigments… but that said, this is also clearly meant to be used as eyeshadow.

The color scheme doesn’t excite me at all and the naming convention just seems weird. If you’re going to give the shadows such boring labels, why name them at all? And why not name them 1-25 instead of the weird A1, B1, etc?

It’s especially surprising when you compare it to their collab with Jackie Aina, where the names clearly reflect her personality. When a palette carries someone’s name, you expect the color names to play into it too. Unless this really is how Norvina prefers to think of color names?

I’m probably way over-thinking a $60 palette that I have no intention of buying.

I’m really digging how the palette is set up. Six pans across make a look. Two pans across and three down make a look. Two pans down and three across make a look. Very smart.

Where are you getting that set up from? I tried to look at the palette that way but those combos mostly seem as discordant to me as any in this palette

This palette hurts my eyes and my delicate artistic sensibilities. It looks like someone decided to throw a pile of random colors, some of which are dupes of each other, into a palette as an… attention grab? I don’t know but this is possibly the most hideous palette I have ever seen.

I think this is a beautiful palette and, had it been released about five years ago, I think it would have been pretty earth-shattering. I’m just not seeing that one “wham” color that’s screaming out to me, I can already tell that I have dupes for every shade. I love big palettes, too, so I’m a little bummed. But it is gorgeous!

Also, I’ve been meaning to thank you for starting up a disclaimer about pigments and their usage. I think it’s a very important factor to certain people (like myself) when it comes to making beauty decisions. Thank you!!

The quality is certainly present in these swatches. And it is quite different from ABH’s typical palettes, too. That said, I feel overwhelmed just looking at this thing! Like it’s a sensory assault and just makes my OCD go haywire. I don’t understand the disorganized color layout at all, especially given the fact that this is a MEGA palette. Besides all those issues, I likely have many shades here duped, and if I don’t, well that’s okay, too!

Too much pinkyness and oranginess for my liking, I would like to see her explore more darker/blueish/egpplant purples in her next iterations… I know she loves her purples.
Either way, I feel kind of excited for each ABH release just because Anastasia Soare is a Romanian, just like me.
I think that the naming convention is fun, it actually reminds me somewhat of a chess board.

I would have loved for Norvina to have this palette made in US or in Romania. As per Anastasia’s interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Norvina is now the one in charge with creating the eyeshadow palettes. I’m disappointed tbh and I’m a die hard fan of ABH.

Glad the swatches look good. I ordered this already because I love the bright color scheme and many looks I could try. I just hope all of the purples don’t lean too pink.

I love this color story (unpopular opinion)! Sadly, I am concerned that many of these shades might irritate my eyes, and I certainly don’t need large eyeshadow pans. Hopefully, Colourpop will come out with something that has the same vibe. I love pink, purples, and primary colors.

Nice for those who are into these colors, but an easy pass for me. I’m so over the red, pink, orange, purple eyeshadow looks.

I don’t “feel” so much the color scheme, but that is rather a subjective observation.

What I really don’t like is that this palette is made in China and that the first ingredient is talc. The eyeshadows in Modern Ren, Mario, Sultry palettes have mica as the first ingredient and they are all made in the US. I’m disappointed that the e/s and the pigments in this palette are made in PRC.

The swatches look great. It’s funny. Five or six years ago, I would have been all over a palette this colorful. I do like it, but now I feel like I have all these colors covered well enough.

I’m not a stickler for layouts, and I like unique color combinations, but something about the way this color selection is layed out is jarring. Half of it is a harmonious layout of pinks and purples, then suddenly a clash of golds, reds, corals, and blues arranged seemingly randomly. It looks as though somebody jammed two different eyeshadow palettes together.

I’m torn on this one!I definitely don’t need more eyeshadow palettes but I do like the richness of the shades from looking at the swatches and the colors in the pan.I’ve been going back and forth since the 27th trying to decide if I will be purchasing.

I like part of the shade range, and I think it could’ve been a great palette, but it looks like Norvina just gave up at some point and decided to throw straight primary colors in and call it a day. That said, those pinks and purples are stunning. The way the shades are laid out make the whole palette seem overwhelming though. I just want to move the pans around lol.

The swatches look fantastic…but I just can’t understand the set up of this palette, it doesn’t make any sense to me. Plus it’s super huge for being a “companion palette”

That’s also a part of my frustration with this palette – the swatches are so nice. But I would avoid using it because the arrangement is so haphazard.
A big part of why I buy palettes is because they are beautiful and inspire me to create something special. I find that when a cosmetic falls short in some way, I just avoid/don’t use it.

I still stand by my first assessment that the last two rows should have been scrapped altogether and that A5 and C1 should be replaced with maybe a blackened plum and proper cool toned purple shimmer. Even doing that, there are still issues with those first 3 rows but it’s a start to trying to make this more cohesive.

Well the names are certainly confusing….and the pressed pigment issues re eye safety are not going away with many brands, including ABH and ColourPop doing it.
As to the palette itself, it’s far too large and this size has become increasing unpopular over the past few years. They are much harder to store and tricky to use if you only like half the shades.
All of these colours have been around for quite awhile now, so nothing really new here.

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