Anastasia Beverly Hills have today announced the upcoming launch of another new palette; the Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Pro Pigment Vol 4 Palette.
The new Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Pro Pigment Vol 4 Palette is another volume in the Norvina Pro Pigment Palette series, and it looks so, so beautiful.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Pro Pigment Vol 4 Palette
The Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Pro Pigment Vol 4 Palette was announced on the ABH Instagram page, and comes just days since Norvina announced the upcoming launch of her Electric Cake Liners which launch on the 11th of May.
This new Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Pro Pigment Vol 4 Palette $60 is also launching on the 11th of May, and will be exclusive to just Sephora and the Anastasia Beverly Hills website (both US and UK) directly.
I hope the exclusivity isn’t forever, as it’d be amazing to see the palette launch at the likes of Cult Beauty and Feelunique too.
The Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Pro Pigment Vol 4 Palette is going to be $60 just like the other volumes in the twenty five pan series.
The other palettes in this series are super colourful and vibrant, but this palette is a little more muted in comparison, and I think that will make it a lot more popular too.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Pro Pigment Vol 4 Palette Swatches
A1 (Warm metallic silver)
A2 (Lavender with a duo chrome shift pressed pigment)*
A3 (Metallic magenta pressed pigment)*
A4 (Matte peachy taupe)
A5 (Multidimensional rosy metallic pink)
B1 (Metallic golden sand)
B2 (Matte mauvy pink pressed pigment)*
B3 (Matte light cinnamon pressed pigment)*
B4 (Multidimensional metallic deep rose)
B5 (Matte gray with a pink undertone pressed pigment)*
C1 (Frosty metallic baby pink pressed pigment)*
C2 (Matte electric pink pressed pigment)*
C3 (Blue with a duo chrome purple shift pressed pigment)*
C4 (Matte lavender pressed pigment)*
C5 (Matte red pink pressed pigment)*
D1 (Matte peachy base pressed pigment)*
D2 (Matte electric yellow pressed pigment)*
D3 (Dazzling metallic beige amber)
D4 (Pink with a duo chrome magenta shift pressed pigment)*
D5 (Matte deep cinnamon)
E1 (Matte carnation pink pressed pigment)*
E2 (Multidimensional gold sea foam green pressed glitter)
E3 (Multidimensional mauve pink pressed glitter)
E4 (Matte deep berry pressed pigment)*
E5 (Matte hot pink pressed pigment)*
*Shades A2, A3, B2, B3, B5, C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, D1, D2, D4, E1, E4 and E5 are not intended for use around the immediate eye area.
I love the look of the brighter shades in the other Norvina Pro Pigment series, but I just don’t wear bright teals and oranges. So the shades inside this Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Pro Pigment Vol 4 Palette are a lot more appealing.
Norvina uploaded a series of Instagram Stories showing the palette in natural light and it’s really very pretty. The pressed glitters are very multidimensional and sparkly, as well as being buttery and smooth according to Norvina.
Sure there are still a few super bright shades, but as a whole it’s a lot more neutral and I love it so much. I also love the metallic rose gold colour on the outside of the palette.
-Little pressure is needed when picking up eyeshadow or pigment.
-Use light shades to highlight and accentuate.
-Blend medium shades to contour and transition color.
-Use deeper shades to define and line.
-Use a small, dense brush to deposit the shadows and pressed pigments.
-Use a fluffy brush to blend.
The colour story in this palette reminds me a lot of the original ABH Norvina palette (Norvina uploaded this super helpful comparison shot), the Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Pro Pigment Vol 4 Palette really is the big sister palette but a little more glam.
“This limited-edition pro palette is part of the Norvina® collection and features even more Norvina-curated shadows and pigments for endless amounts of creative looks.
Get inspired with a wide range of highly pigmented spring colors—from fresh floral tones and bright pops to muted mauves and rich neutrals.”
I’m so glad Norvina chose to combine neutrals with some fun pops, as it’s the kind of palette anyone can use and can experiment with rather than a whole palette of brights. I love this launch and this is definitely a palette I’ll be purchasing once it launches.