Product Review | Natasha Denona Bronze Eyeshadow Palette
Product Review | Natasha Denona Bronze Eyeshadow Palette ($65, Sephora, Beautylish and Natasha Denona website)
Product Details (from Sephora's website): A go-to eyeshadow palette that’s a summer essential. With a range of formulas and textures from sultry, cream powder mattes to vibrant duo chromes, metallics, and shimmers this palette creates a variety of looks. It’s the perfect complement to your summer glow, flattering every skin tone and texture.
This Set Contains:
- 0.65 oz/ 18.25 g shades in True Copper (warm copper), Suntan (warm medium brown), Sundown (medium light-yellow brown), Deep Dive (deep brown eggplant), Rhodium (medium warm purple with silver reflect), Magma (medium dark umber), High Degree (red copper), Alloy (vibrant bronze with golden reflect), Ridge (medium warm mustard), True Bronze (foil bronze), Gloaming (burnt umber with a light bronze reflect), Palladium (warm pinkish taupe),Bliss (red pink with golden green reflect), Silk (foiled rich champagne), Beach (warm nude).
Ingredient Callouts: Free of parabens. This product is cruelty-free.
Review: I am loving these medium sized palettes from Natasha Denona and its $65 price point, I think it is worth it. There, I said it.
I previously purchased the Sunrise Palette of this size, however, I had a change of heart with the shade range and decided to give it to a friend of mine who I knew would enjoy and use it more often than I would. When this palette came out, it screamed my name, especially with its warm bronze tones. I know that it claims to be a perfect summer palette; however, I feel this can be an all year long palette as well.
The box packaging is a reflective bronze material with black typography. The palette case is a sturdy plastic in bronze; which also has a reflective finish. The entire inner flap of the palette has a large mirror. The palette contains 15 shades with a variety of textures: matte, satin, shimmer, metallic and duo chrome. One thing I can attest to is that the formula on the medium sized palettes are the same as the larger palettes which I appreciate. The longevity is there along with pigment. The shadows are easy to blend and layer seamlessly on top of other shades. You can create a subtle or bold look with this palette can be used during the day or night.
Would I recommend this palette? Absolutely. The medium sized palettes are actually the best ones to purchase, especially if you want to try out the brand for the first time. Sometimes waiting for any type of Sale at Sephora or the Natasha Denona website is a good way to acquire them as well. I have heard so many mixed reviews about the mini palettes so while those are cheaper (I believe they are sold for $25), you won't get the full Natasha Denona experience, in my opinion.