When and where to buy the Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Collection

Posted: 21 August 2019 9:31 am
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Get ready because Anastasia Beverly Hills is about to launch an entire Norvina collection. See all the pictures below.

If you fell absolutely head-over-heels in love with the Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina palette from 2018, then we have some exciting news for you. ABH is launching a brand new Norvina palette AND an entire Norvina collection.

The news emerged when Anastasia Beverly Hills posted a snapshot of both the outside and inside of the new palette to its Instagram account. The photos revealed that this new palette is not just the latest creation from ABH, but it is in fact the first piece in a stand-alone Norvina collection. Yep, an entire fabulously purple Norvina collection is coming to a store near you!

First things first, when and where can you buy the new palette? Well according to the Instagram announcement, the palette will be available to buy on 26 August (27 August for us in Australia and New Zealand). As with most ABH launches, it will head straight to the brand's website first and then will move into stockists in the weeks following. Here in Australia you can grab ABH from Sephora or you can shop at Cult Beauty which does ship to Australia.

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It looks as though the Norvina collection will be a little different than what we've come to expect from Anastasia Beverly Hills in the past. The new palette is definitely a breakaway from the traditional format. Instead of the long, 14-pan palette design, this palette is square with a whopping 25 shades. And rather than having shade names like Drama, Wild Child or Celestial like the previous Norvina palette, this creation has named its shades by row and column – so A1, A2, A3, A4, A5 then B1, B2 and so on.

And this palette packs A LOT of colour – not that we're complaining. Previous palettes included mainly neutrals and transition colours with a few bright pops. But this palette has flipped the switch and includes mostly bright, highly-pigmented shades with a couple of neutral transition colours thrown in for good measure. And really, would we expect anything less from the fabulous, colour-loving Norvina?

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So, what's next up in the Norvina collection line-up? Well, we're not too sure just yet. We do know that Norvina has hinted on Twitter about working on creating lashes with her friend Amrezy. But we're not sure if these will be released as part of the Norvina collection or as part of the standard ABH line. Likewise, she has spoken openly about working on a foundation but has not confirmed if this will sit with ABH or the Norvina collection. We'll just have to stay tuned until we hear more!

Norvina is not just the president of Anastasia Beverly Hills the brand, she is actually the daughter of Anastasia Soare, the founder of the brand. Norvina is the brains behind many of our favourite launches like the Riviera palette and the Amrezy highlighter created with friend Amra Olević.

Stay tuned for more!

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