A Copper, Plum & Purple Look with Natasha Denona Lila

Posted by Christine


About this Look

Here’s a look using the Natasha Denona Lila palette, which is what Bad Habit’s Supernova palette is supposed to be a dupe for, so I wanted to apply each palette side-by-side using the same brushes (but separate ones for each brand) and one-by-one in order to really see and notate any differences in color, finish, application, along with longevity. Bad Habit Supernova is on your left, while Natasha Denona Lila is on your right.

You can view close-ups and look details for the Bad Habit version here.

Step-by-Step Guide

  • Inner tearduct: Helio
  • Inner lid: Helio (just barely), Dragon Bite
  • Middle of lid: Cyclone
  • Outer lid: Purpure
  • Crease: Nude Vino
  • Deep crease: Amara
  • Above crease: Nude Mauve
  • Browbone: Juneau, Helio
  • Upper waterline: Perversion
  • Lower lash line: Magnolia (inner), Viola (middle, outer lower), Amethyst (outer), Perversion (waterline)
  • Cheeks:  Rose Glow (005)
  • Lips: Epic (outer portion of lips), Rebel (inner portion of lips)
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Do you have a verdict on which palette you’d suggest? I’ve eyed the Lila since it dropped, convinced myself that I didn’t need it based on your dupes, but every time I see it, it looks so inspiring as a palette.

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