Natasha Denona Zendo Eyeshadow Look

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About this Look

Here’s a look using the new Natasha Denona Zendo mini palette!

Step-by-Step Guide

  • Inner tearduct: Dazz
  • Inner lid: Dazz
  • Middle of lid: Stripped
  • Outer lid: Stark
  • Crease: Uncovered
  • Deep crease: Stark
  • Above crease: Bare
  • Browbone: Bare, I Need a Nude
  • Lower lash line: Bitter in Glitter
  • Cheeks: Flare for the Dramatic, Desire Fire
  • Lips: Break the Ice
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Hi Christine

Thank you for this. I recently bought the I need a nude highlighter and am really enjoying it. What kind of a brush do you use to apply it? I find a fluffy brush OK but feel like a stiffer brush would pick up more product. Have you found this?
I read your review of the highlighter and agree with your assessment.

Thanks!
Lisa

Hi Lisa!

For the palette or the highlighter? A stiffer brush will definitely be better with the highlighter – anything that’s almost flatter and denser should help. This is generally the case if you ever find a product to be firmer/stiffer (not necessarily in a bad way!), too.

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