I’ve been really enjoying creating various eyeshadow combinations using the new Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Palette (you can see my post on the palette here). I just love this palette!
I thought it would be fun to post four different combination ideas using the Norvina Palette. I have given details on how to re-create the combination under each look item, along with suggestions for cheek and lip products to go with each look.
If you would like some look ideas using particular shades in the palette, or certain types of looks, let me know! I’m really enjoying playing about with it so stay tuned for more combination ideas!
I thought I would kick-start the new ‘Timeless Favourites’ series (you can read more about the serieshere) with The Balm Mary-Lou Manizer. Mary-Lou Manizer used to be regularly featured on YouTube and on make-up blogs as a favourite of many make-up lovers. I wrote a post on this product back in 2016 and thought it would be fun to re-visit the product, as it is still in my collection.
I’m so glad I tried out this product again as it has become one of my favourite highlighters all over again! Mary-Lou Manizer is a pale, champagne-gold powder highlighter which can be used to add radiance to the face, cheeks and eyes. I think it is perfectly suited to obtaining the strobing effect which is so popular right now.
This look shows that red lipstick can be used with eyeshadow shades other than neutrals. I used peach and coral-red eyeshadows on the eyes to create a very fresh, slightly colourful effect on the eyes.
I completed the look using a peachy-pink blusher (MAC Pinch O’Peach) and a matte, pinky-red lipstick (Loreal Colour Riche Lipstick in Julianne’s Pure Red).
Looking for more tips, techniques and look ideas for when wearing red lipstick? If so, you might like other articles and products featured as part of the‘All About Red Lips’ series.
For this look, I brightened up a deep teal smokey eye by applying a true gold eyeshadow on the inner part of the lid. Using a lighter, shimmery shade on the inner lid adds some contrast when using deeper colours elsewhere on the lid.