Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Palette Bingo!

Hi Friends!

Today, I wanted to do another Palette Bingo challenge! I have really been enjoying these challenges because they make me step out of my comfort zone and allow me to use my palettes that I already have. If you aren’t familiar with what a Palette Bingo challenge is, it is essentially just a random selection of colors from a certain palette that you make an eye look with. I just recently got the Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina palette so I thought I would use it!

Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Palette Review | Tayler's Edit

I normally select 4 shades but I thought I would do a little extra today so I selected 5 shades! I used a random number generator from Google like I usually do and this is what I ended up with!

  1. Wild Child
  2. Dazzling
  3. Soul
  4. Passion
  5. Eccentric

Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Palette Swatches | Tayler's Edit

I first took Eccentirc and blended that in my crease as my transition shade. It actually wasn’t as mustardy as I expected it to be when it was blended all out. It was a perfect transition shade.


I then took Soul as my outer lid / outer v shade. It blended so naturally into Eccentric even though they are completely different shades.


Next, I stamped Dazzling on my inner half of my eyelid. It doesn’t pop in the picture as much as it did in person.


I then swept Passion on my lower lash line, focusing on the outer half. I also took it up on my upper lid just the slightest bit and blended it into Soul. This just helped to have some symmetry with the top and bottom.


Lastly, I took Wild Child and brushed that on my inner corner and on the inner half of my lower lash line.


And here is the final look!



Overall, I think it turned out beautiful! I definitely wouldn’t have used so many different shades in the same look just by myself but I did like the overall outcome! I think most looks come together with a bit of mascara! I definitely continuously love the way this palette blends – its amazing.

Let me know below what you would have done with these shades! I would love to know!


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