Mini Nude Eyeshadow Palette
What It IsA mini palette of Natasha Denona’s signature pressed pigment eyeshadows in sophisticated neutral shades.
This Palette Contains5 x 0.028 oz/ 0.8 g Eyeshadows in Bronzage (chroma crystal light copper), Quoin (gold), Lumino (pearl), Sienna (matte terra-cotta), Soil (medium transition nude)
What Else You Need to KnowThis mini palette of all neutral shades includes two metallics, two mattes, and a duo-chrome. The user-friendly design and color scheme lets you create a complete eye makeup look. The compact size makes it perfect for travel.
I ended up getting out of the house on this cold and rainy day and decided to splurge on the Nars pure radiant tinted moisturizer. First impressions - I think it provides just the right amount of coverage to even out my tone and cover redness all while adding a beautiful & subtle luminosity to the skin. AND of course it would be a true Sephora experience if I didn’t purchase something I truly didn’t need from the giant collection of minis at the register. I landed on the Natasha Denona mini nude palette. Honestly, I’m a pretty basic girl when it comes to makeup and I think this will go wonderfully in my collection. Swipe -> to see swatches!
NATASHA DENONA-Mini Nude Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay VS. Natasha Denona
I have bought a lot of eye shadows and I generally like all of them. I will make recommendations based on their practicality and talk about the two eyeshadow palettes I use the most. UrbanDecay #Honey URBAN DECAY - Naked Honey Eyeshadow Palette This product includes a range of colors from light to dark, and it is especially generous with the transition colors, as it has several different shades in them. There are also darker colors, so you can give all of them a try. The matte color is outstanding. All the mattes are very smooth, and the color blends well. 💖The metallic ones are not as smooth, and the powder feels slightly rough and grainy. But I think it is fine overall, it just feels more metallic. It is not the velvety pearl look, which is very different from the Dior I used previously. The yellow in the center is the central color of the entire palette, but it is also the most useless color. I can only use it for halo eye makeup or to brighten the inner corners of my eyes. But this yellow is really pretty and you can't find it anywhere else.😍 Natasha Denona MiNi #Nude Palette NATASHA DENONA - Mini Nude Eyeshadow Palette Nude is a small palette that is good for everyday use. 👍 The colors are super basic, and I think everyone should have one regardless of how experienced they are in using eye shadow. Even if you have many similar colors at hand, Natasha Denona's powder is still worth trying! I bet you will hand over your wallet willingly after trying it out. 😉 There are five colors in this palette: two mattes and three metallics. It is enough for daily use. The first four colors can be used every day, while the final dark color can be used to add a deeper shade. The color matching is perfect and I highly recommend it.
NATASHA DENONA-Mini Nude Eyeshadow Palette
Liquid vs. Powder | Kosas and Natasha Denona
Kosas - 10-Second Eyeshadow NATASHA DENONA - Mini Nude Eyeshadow Palette Traditionally, I would only use powder eyeshadows. I’ve never had issues with color payoff or lasting powder with many of my eyeshadow palettes. I’ve never been one to use liquid eyeshadows but I’ve been experimenting with these Kosas 10 second eyeshadows. I was intrigued by the claim that this is a quick way to complete a whole eye look. Immediately I will say that these take more than 10 seconds to use. If you want a good color payoff you will have to build these up and wait for them to dry between each coat. Also, I prefer using at least one shade in my crease before applying this to my eyelid because I like the end result better. That step is not necessary however it does add on to the time needed to work with these. This particular shade goes on sheer at first and a bit streaky. The color is gorgeous but you do need to work quickly and carefully with them. I think this would be good as a base for another shadow on top of it for a long lasting effect however, I don’t think this particular liquid eyeshadow is more convenient than a traditional powder eyeshadow. I’m obsessed with the Natasha Denona mini palettes. They are very small however I get good use out of all the shades. This particular bronzy shimmer shade is similar to the Kosas ones. This brand has some of the best metallic shades on the market in my opinion. They swatch beautifully and feel almost wet. The color payoff is insane in one swipe and I find it so easy to apply these to the lid. I don’t need a primer or concealer to make this eyeshadow pop with intense color. I love the other shades in this palette as well and I often mix the shimmer shades together before applying onto the lid. In my opinion, powder eyehsadows are the same if not better than a liquid eyeshadow in terms of color payoff and lasting power. It might not be worth it to carry around a tube of just one eye shade when you can use this mini palette instead
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