Natasha Denona Sunset Palette | Swatches & Review - Lipsticks & Chick Lit

Natasha Denona Sunset Palette | Swatches & Review

Natasha Denona, Product Reviews, Swatches

Natasha Denona Sunset Palette | $129

“Natasha Denona’s warmest creation yet! Inspired by the colors of the sunset, this palette features 15 new gorgeous eyeshadow shades in a combination of warm brown tones, burnt oranges, reds, golds, bronzes and yellows. This palette includes all four classic ND formulas in her signature Chroma Crystal, Creamy Matte, Metallic and Duo Chrome. ”

“Internationally renowned makeup artist Natasha Denona developed her own eyeshadow formulas after struggling for over 20 years with eyeshadows that were dry, dull, and difficult to blend.”

“Natasha’s easy-to-use pressed pigments have been chosen as the best in the world by the most influential beauty gurus and leading makeup artists.”

“Natasha Denona’s Eyeshadow palettes have changed the makeup game around the globe. Infused with real crushed pearls, each unique palette supports anti-aging and offers extraordinarily rich, pure pigments, ultra-high color payoff, and buttery, creamy, easy-to-blend formulas.

“They’re long-lasting, water-resistant, and are formulated with a high percentage of mica to hydrate lids. This product is cruelty-free and free of talc.”

I know I just said this about the Huda Beauty Desert Dusk palette but this is probably one of my favorite palettes in my collection. Easily in my top 5 list. And yes, I know, it costs an arm and a leg but seriously how was I expected to pass on this?! And it’s totally worth every penny!

Natasha Denona is hella pricey but top notch quality. So you really get what you pay for, and you get a ton of product because these pan sizes are  huge. You pay about $8 per shadow which is a really good value. You get a lot more product for a lot less than most companies offer for single shadows. And yes, I know, when it comes in a palette you usually pay a lot less but you also get a lot less product.

The shadows have a bit of a kick back but honestly when shades are this smooth and creamy it’s to be expected. And they are so pigmented that you don’t need to dig your brush in to pick up the product on your brush. A light dip and you’re good to go.

Of all the shadows I own, these blend the best and they are super pigmented. Every single shade is spectacular in this palette. They all blend seamlessly, have really good pigmentation (with or without primer), and you can build them really easily. I will say that the shimmer shades have bit of fallout but you just have to learn how to work with them. Nothing a fingertip or a damp brush won’t fix. And if all else fails … do your eyes first, your face later … so you can wipe away any excess fall out.

Is the price tag hefty, hell yea! For me, personally, the price tag was something I could manage but I’ll admit that my husband almost fainted when I told him it was $130. When I purchased this it was limited edition but has now become permanent, which means you can get it during the Sephora VIB sale. I would definitely recommend this if you’re looking for top notch quality. But if you just can’t pay this much for a palette, check out the Colour Pop Yes Please palette which I’ll be reviewing next week and is a really good alternative.

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