Anastasia Norvina Vol.3 Mini Pro Pigment Palette for Spring 2020

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Anastasia Norvina Vol.3 Mini Pro Pigment Palette for Spring 2020
Anastasia Norvina Vol.3 Mini Pro Pigment Palette for Spring 2020
Anastasia Norvina Vol.3 Mini Pro Pigment Palette for Spring 2020
Anastasia Norvina Vol.3 Mini Pro Pigment Palette for Spring 2020
Anastasia Norvina Vol.3 Mini Pro Pigment Palette for Spring 2020
Anastasia Norvina Vol.3 Mini Pro Pigment Palette for Spring 2020

Release Date + About the Launch

With nine full-size, high-performance cherry shades, Mini NORVINA® Pro Pigment Palette Vol. 3 offers the perfect color story to sweeten up the season. From red-wine mattes to sparkling berry metallics, this flattering shade range lets you create any luscious makeup look you can dream up.

January 27th online, January 31st in-store

Products in the Launch

Norvina Vol.3 Mini Pro Pigment Palette, $29.00 (Limited Edition)

  • A1 Sheer white with iridescent pink reflect
  • A2 Lilac glitter with multidimensional sparkle
  • A3 Smoky blueberry with bright blue shimmer
  • B1 Matte deep raspberry (Pressed Pigment)
  • B2 Matte sky blue
  • B3 Matte rose pink (Pressed Pigment)
  • C1 Matte dark cherry (Pressed Pigment)
  • C2 Matte jade gree
  • C3 Matte bright cherry (Pressed Pigment)

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“From red-wine mattes to sparkling berry metallics”—I don’t see any metallics here, just glitters. Even their own shade descriptions don’t mention “metallic.” This palette doesn’t appeal to me in any way (just not colors I use), but the differences in these descriptions would give me pause if I were interested.

This color story feels really disjointed to me, but I guess it’s a point in its favor that it’s pretty different from everything else out there?

I’m sure a talented makeup artist *might* be able to put a look together using this palette, but I can’t make sense of the random color selection. An easy pass.

Too primary! Thank you! ABH is known for the OPPOSITE. Heavily nuanced selections and vibrant color stories that can’t be reproduced… but now we have “red”, “wine”, “light blue”, “green”…..

It looks like a Christmas card! LOL! I’m just curious to see how it does in real life application and am dying to see true swatches of it.

I Wish she’d replaced that reddish shades with something else, like other blu, green, tarquoise, teal, dark Gray or cool Brown. Why always pur random Berry, fucsia and red everywhere?

This is really pretty.
The packaging colors are only slightly off from what’s in the pan but I would want to see in person. I like this thinking in mainstream; understandably alot of ppl may not like this.

I like the idea behind this- the cherry packaging + bright blues and reds.. and am almost tempted. I just wish the red shades in this palette weren’t so similar. seems like a waste of palette space to have three matte shades that look so alike.

I feel a little bit like I’m encouraging bad behavior, but I love this. The color scheme looks like a fist full of brightly colored candies. It’s bizarre and fun and I already enjoy my gargantuan volumes 1 and 3, so bring it on. If it’s a harbinger of another big palette, then consider me intrigued.

My friends and I have been joking all day about the fact that this should’ve been released in December and called “the Ugly Christmas Sweater Palette” 🎄🤣 it would’ve been hilarious and so fun. And SO FITTING. I think people may have actually gone for it. As it is, it’s an atrocious eye-sore.

Looking at the comments here, the majority seem to suggest that this palette is going to be a flop in terms of sales. You never know – I could be waaaay wrong – but just looking at the comments from the dyed in the wool makeup lovers here, the reaction isn’t “encouraging”.

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