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Product Review – Natasha Denona – Hybrid Holiday eyeshadow palette

What first attracted me to the palette was the colours. These colours are so on trend.

Starting from the left, the palette offers the following:
” A peach gold which has a duo-chrome finish
” A bright fuchsia with a matte finish
” A yellow gold with a metallic finish
” A deep berry (almost red) with a metallic finish
” A rosy bronze with a sparking finish

All these pressed powders have a luxurious creamy texture, making them easy to put on. They blend effortlessly with absolutely no fall out. They do not crease and are buildable. Very long wearing which for me is a must. I found the colours to be quite pigmented. I have even used these wet to further deepen the colour and was pleasantly surprised in the intensity of colour delivered. The looks that can be created with this palette is endless!
On a personal note, my two favourite colours are peach gold and deep berry in which I have used alone and with other palettes. Such beautiful hues, this palette ticks all the boxes.
This particular range of hybrid eyeshadows boasts 12 different colour palettes, catering to a wide range of skin tones and preferences. Sephora Australia stocks a wide range of these palettes. Below are the palettes that are available. These colours are also sold separately so you can create your own palette.

Natasha goldern

Palette 1. Golden Aquamarine, Navy, Piggy, Graphite and Slate

 

Natasha Aura

Palette 4. Aura, Cool Bronze, Oxide, Cool Plum and Moonstone

Natasha calypso

Palette 5. Calypso Blue, Tropic, Blue Space, Deep Pacific and Pearl

 

Natasha quick silver

Palette 7. Quick Silver, Powder Blue, Anthrazit, Petroleum and Gray Brown

Natasha glaze

Palette 8. Glaze, Smoky Quartz, Golden Rose, Dark Sepia and Golden Beige

Natasha deep teal

Palette 6. Deep Teal, Suede, Skin, Cream and Koh Tao

Natasha Rosewood

Palette 2. Rosewood, Lavender Gray, Shell, Light Coral and Maroon

Natasah industrial

Palette 9. Industrial, Italian Gold, Glam Green, Alluminum and Antique Olive

Natasha satin skin

Palette 10. Satin Skin, Vintage, Aubergine, True Gold and Nina’s Orchid

Natasha terracotta

Palette 11. Terracotta, Bottle Green, Ochre, Emerald Green and Satin Tan

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Palette 12. Golden Flesh, Smoky Plum, Sienna, Electric Violet and Deep Slate Gray

Natasha PinijaPalette 13. Pinija, Sand Storm, Artzona, Flamingo and Umber

 

Recommendation:

I recommend that you check out Natasha Denona’s range of makeup. I think you will be pleasantly surprised.

 

 

 

 

Useful Links

http://www.natashadenona.com/

References

Beautylish 2017, 2017. Beautylish. [Online]
Available at: https://www.beautylish.com/
[Accessed 28 December 2017].

Sephora SAS, 2016. Sephora. [Online]
Available at: https://www.sephora.com.au/
[Accessed 28 December 2017].

Images sourced:

https://www.google.com.au/search?q=natasha+denona+holiday+palette&sa=X&rlz=1C1GGRV_enAU751AU751&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&ved=0ahUKEwj-6pXh7KvYAhXGqYMKHVZEDtcQsAQISg&biw=1526&bih=947#imgrc=mprw3YZVG4D2kM:

https://www.sephora.com.au/search?q=natasha&ref=breadcrumb

Feature image sourced : www.silverkis.com

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