Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina + SUltry + Modern Renaissance Palette swatches
Let’s just get to the point. This post will consist mainly of photos, because they pretty much speak for themselves. I’ve always been a sucker for Anastasia’s palette, the shades are always right up my alley. But if you have noticed, they seem to be recycling the same shades for the last 3 palettes, Soft Glam, Norvina, and Sultry.
Norvina has some added purples, along with the same old neutral shades. It’s old school , but it works!I wstill want to buy it even if I already have many of the shades. The combination is just right, i give you that.
But if you look st the swatches, they do have differences to her other palettes. This one leans much cooler in my opinion.
Now what makes Sultry different is the last 4 shades on the right. All the other shades are neutral - the usual. They perform great, and I have nothing bad to say about them.
And here’s the highlight of the palette. That pink and Navy really stands out. I love it!
I’ll start with the matte swatches. These lean cool toned, yay! Companies come out with way too many warm toned palettes, its nice to see cool toned shadows once in a while.
And the shimmer shades, These glimmer like crazy - which I love.
I now got Subculture, Soft Glam, Norvina, and Sultry. Everytime ABH comes out with a new palette, I just seem to can’t resist. I’m only missing Modern Renaissance and Prism. I feel likt AHB does really good palette combinations.
And now that my local Sephora now carries Anastasia palettes, I took the chance to swatch the Modern Renaissance palette as well. It sure wasn’t my ideal shade selection, but I think the quality is great.
Below are the swatches.
Closeups of the top half.
Closeups of the bottom half.
So which palettes do you own?