Today I have a fun post that I’m excited about. My birthday is coming up, it’s on the 18th, and to celebrate that I bought myself a few presents. One of the things I bought is something I found when scrolling through Sephora and immediately wanted and it’s the ABH Norvina Pro Pigment Collection Vault. This has all three of the mini pro pigment palettes for a very reasonable price.
The Mini Pro Pigment Palette Vol 1 packaging has very classy vibes. The bottom is black and the top is white with black arrow details and ‘ABH Norvina Collection’ written in a shiny gold.
You get 9 shadows in this palette and it comes with a good size mirror. You can see that it says ‘Norvina’ on the mirror, but you can peel that off if you want to.
This palette has the peachy/pink/purple shades from the larger palette and is a mix of mattes and metallics.
I swatched these in the rows they appear in in the palette. The first shade we have is a very bright matte peachy coral. Next to that is a light champagney gold and the last shadow in the row is a very pretty and interesting purple, which they call sugarplum and it has some pink glitter in it that’s really nice when the light hits it.
The second row starts with a bright matte pink that I would say is a hot pinky/red. Next to that is an interesting metallic, it’s a gold/pink mix and has a great shimmer to it. And the last shadow in the row is a matte magenta.
The last row has the signature Norvina purples in it. The first shadow is a matte lavender, very pretty, next to that is another matte purple that I would say is more of a violet and the last shadow in the row is a matte berry, but it’s a deep berry.
The Mini Pro Pigment Palette Vol 2 has very retro packaging. It’s black on the bottom and yellow on top with a mountain scene in multiple colors and ‘ABH Norvina Collection’ written in green and black.
Like the other palette, this has 9 shadows and a good size mirror.
This palette has the oranges/greens/browns from the larger palette and is a mix of mattes and metallics.
The first shadow in this palette is a bright matte yellow, I would call this a banana yellow. A lot of the yellow shadows I’ve tried in other palettes usually don’t swatch that great or need to be built up a lot on the eye, but this one swatched perfectly and I’m really impressed with the formulation. Next to that is a very bright matte lime green and the last shadow in the row is a light matte orange that they call cantaloupe, and it’s pretty spot on. I’m interested to see how this one will look on the eye.
The next row starts with a vibrant matte orange. Next to that is a light/medium metallic gold and the last shadow in the row is very pretty matte dark emerald/teal. When I had these shadows all together they reminded me very much of the 90’s Miami Dolphins uniforms and that first the vibe of this palette perfectly.
The last row is very unique and starts with a matte fuchsia that is very pretty. Next to that is a light metallic green that has gold shimmer in it, again a very unique and pretty shadow and the last shadow in the row is a matte brown, but it has some light purple undertones.
The Mini Pro Pigment Palette Vol 3 has super adorable packaging. It’s black on the bottom and turquoise on top with red, shiny cherries and ‘ABH Norvina Collection’ written in black.
Like the other palettes, this palette has 9 shadows and a good size mirror.
This has the blues/green/reds from the larger palette.
The first shadow in this row is a unique one, it’s a sheer white with iridescent pink and I think this would make a great topper. Next to that is an actual glitter that multidimensional that’s full of color, it’s purple, pink, gold and red. And the last shadow in the row is a metallic blue that is super pretty. It’s kind of smokey and has some bright blue shimmer.
The second row starts with a matte berry that I would say is a deep raspberry. Next to that is a unique blue, that is a matte sky blue. The last shadow in the row is a matte pink that is a light rosy pink.
The last row starts with a cherry shade and it’s a matte deep cherry. Next to that is a green that I don’t already have and it’s a very pretty matte jade green. and the last shadow in the row is another cherry, but this is a matte bright cherry.
That about wraps it up for this post, I haven’t used any of these yet and I’m super excited to because there’s some incredible colors and from what I can tell the formulation is very nice, the pigmentation is great and you get a fantastic color payoff. If you have any of these palettes I’d love to know which and what your favorite shade is.
Until next time, have fun creating different looks and you can never have too many eyeshadow palettes :).
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