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Natasha Denona Eyeshadow – Palette #10

Natasha Denona

Hello, class! If you’ve been paying attention then you know that I got a really nice Lucky Bag from Beautylish this year. The most unexpected product I received was the Natasha Denona Eyeshadow Palette #10.

These palettes are coming soon to Beautylish (though currently available on Natasha Denona’s site).  I thought you might like to see it up close to help with future tough decisions!

Natasha Denona Eyeshadow Palette #10

The #10 Palette has 5 shades. All of these are also available as singles, so I’ve looked up what finish they are. The shade descriptions are my own… so they may not be accurate. Take a look at the photo since your eyes are probably better than mine!

Natasha Denona


75P Satin Skin (metallic) –  rose gold
49M Vintage (duo chrome)- a medium plum with a silver and pink shift
24V Aubergine (matte) – ok this one is easy…. aubergine
20M True Gold (sparkling) – gold. just plain gold
82V Nina’s Orchid (matte) – bright purple-fuschia (PS – I do not agree that this one is matte – it definitely has some sparkle to it!)

I did these quick swatches outside; it was somewhat overcast. No primer was used. And yes, this was a single finger swipe (even that gold!!!)

Natasha Denona Eyeshadow Palette #10


OK, so how gorgeous are those shades? As far as palettes go, the only thing I’m missing is a shade for the brow bone. But otherwise, this is fantastic. All of the shades were very smooth. The gold was softer than I expected, which is why I picked up such a big chunk with my finger!

I tried it out quickly this morning and this is was I came up with:

Natasha Denona

As you can see, it’s a great option for green and hazel eyes. I noticed the gold shade had a bit of fallout, as you might expect. The other shades were very easy to work with.

So what do you think – will you be adding this to your makeup wishlist?

Check out some other eyeshadow swatches here.


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