Makeup Reviews

Natasha Denona Holiday Eyeshadow Palettes 5 Review

Natasha Denona might be a top queen when it comes to pigmented eyeshadows. I was so excited when I got these eyeshadow palettes since I’ve never gotten the chance to try any of her products. The products she comes out with are super pricey, so I have to pick and choose where I feel my money is worth going to and most of the time I’d rather spend it on a few affordable products rather than one product that is extremely expensive. But luckily both of these were $48 each and I used gift cards I got from Christmas.

I got both palettes of the Holiday 5 Palette Collection. In 02 Aeris, and 01 Joya. Each had beautiful color schemes and fun colors to play with. Both palettes come with 5 shadows, all have decent size pans.

For the palette 02 Aeris, I love the Burnt Terracotta shade and the Ice Blue shade. I can definitely picture a cute eye-look using both of those colors together. Each of these shades are super pigmented and the metallic shades were so creamy.

For palette 03 Joya, I love the sunset theme of this palette. My ultimate favorite shade from this is Gold, this reminds me of Trophy Wife from Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty Collection. I also love metallic reds so Red Grape is totally up my alley.

I made a gold and burnt orange eye look using both palettes. I started off using a light cream transition shade from another eyeshadow palette. I then applied the burnt orange Burnt Terracotta to my crease and blended up. I then applied a mix of Gold and Star Bronze on my lid. It was a beautiful warm, glowing look.

I hope you enjoyed this post and comment down below your thoughts on Natasha Denona products!

-Stay Chic,

Stephanie Russell

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