Today, I am wrapping up my ABH Norvina Pro Pigment Palette reviews with Volume 3! If you missed it, you can hop back and read my thoughts on Volume 1 and Volume 2. 🙂 These palettes have really become some of my favorites in my makeup collection. So, how does Volume 3 fair out? Keep reading to see!
Believe it or not, I honestly didn’t have interest in the color story for this palette, at first. It seemed boring compared to the bold and bright colors of the first two. However, after watching tutorials on YouTube, I learned of all the exciting color combos that could be created; despite the majority of the palette shades looking similar. It’s one of those palettes that is best decided on after viewing in person; which is what I did. I highly recommend swatching it in Sephora yourself, before deciding.
After playing with the ABH Norvina Pro Pigment Volume 3, I find it much more versatile. You can make bold fun looks AND more wearable everyday looks, thanks to the warm tones in both bright and neutral shades. This palette is definitely made suitable for more consumers and skill levels of makeup. I purchased mine from the Anastasia Beverly Hills website for $60 USD plus tax; shipping was free.
As with the previous volumes, the mattes in Volume 3 are very pigmented with little effort. The shimmers could use some variety in color, but all perform well enough. I’ve had best application and color payoff when using fingertips to pat on the shimmer. Despite them being so glitzy, I experienced no fall out with them. All shade descriptions are matte, unless otherwise stated:
- Row A: 1. Neon yellow-green, 2. Yellow orange, 3. Light mustard yellow, 4. Neon lime green, 5. Light red-orange
- Row B: 1. Light metallic aqua, 2. Seafood green, 3. Neon melon pink 4. Warm toned grape purple, 5. Light Warm toned Sand
- Row C: 1. Gliter shimmer champagne gold, 2. Neon red, 3. Warm toned rose, 4. Burgundy wine, 5. Shimmer metallic green
- Row D: 1. Warm caramel-orange 2. Glitter shimmer yellow-orange 3. Lime green, 4. Metallic Copper orange, 5. Glitter shimmer orange
- Row E: 1. Kelly green, 2. Warm toned red-brown, 3. Pastel orange, 4. Yellow, 5. Metallic warm toned grape
I did my best in describing these, as the Norvina Pro Pigment palettes do not have shade names, but a letter/number combo. I highly recommend viewing these in store at Sephora!
Here are a few looks I created with the Norvina Pro Pigment palette Volume 3. What do you think? I’m in love with how easy it is to get such bold color pay off. Blending these mattes out are pretty effortless as well.
I really love this palette a lot more than I thought I would! Although the collector in me couldn’t resist, knowing there were three palettes in this collection; I wanted them all. However, I really will be getting a lot of use out of this one as I can do everyday simple looks and more lavish and glam looks, too. The packaging design isn’t my favorite, but it is still very pretty and great quality. Fall out is to be expected, but with careful application, I had no issues. The pigmentation and quality is unmatched out of any of my other matte eyeshadows, but I do wish there was more color variety or a bigger difference in color tones. The seven metallic/shimmer glitter shades in this palette take a bit of patience and use of finger tips for an even application, but I am always pleased with how they turn out in a look. Overall, I really enjoyed this palette and think it was worth the money.
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