Signs of Spring Look featuring Natasha Denona, Viseart, Sydney Grace

Posted by Christine

01/05

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About this Look

I really liked the color combination I put together in my 10 Natasha Denona Mini Eyeshadow Palettes I’d Like to See post so much that I thought I’d try to recreate the palette, Signs of Spring, with shades I already have (well, to a degree–I didn’t go TOO deep looking into the archives for the most perfect of options) from products I recently reviewed along with some of Natasha Denona’s closest options within her range.

Step-by-Step Guide

All of the products that have a / indicate that they were mixed together.

  • Inner tearduct: True Gold (20M)/Emerald Green (16M)
  • Inner lid:  True Gold (20M)/Emerald Green (16M)
  • Middle of lid: Limoncello/Coy #1
  • Outer lid: Daisy (with Maasai/Sakura blended down on its edge)
  • Crease: Eternal
  • Deep crease: Maasai/Sakura
  • Above crease: True Gold (20M)/Emerald Green (16M)
  • Browbone: Limoncello/Coy #1
  • Lower lash line: Perversion, True Gold (20M)/Emerald Green (16M)
  • Cheeks: Pink Champagne (apples), Pumpkin Spice Latte (lower cheek), PSL Extra Whip (highlight)
  • Lips: Mesmerize (coral) / Alchemist (berry)
Colorful
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This is such a lovely color combination! Great job! It does scream spring, but I liked that it’s not pastel and not overly bright. It’s just fresh!

Whoa! How weird I did a very similar look as your Signs of Spring today with the Color Pop “Made-up UR mInd palette”! Of course the green in this little palette is more of a mauve green, and the overall look was darker than this, but same overall layout for the colors. So your look inspires me to do it again, but with lighter, slightly brighter hues. I guess my version could have been called Signs of Spring Trying to Overcome Winter (LOL!)

Be still my heart!! I just love this look so much. Everything about it is perfect. It is a given that I will like anything with green in it but this is such a beautiful spring look and seeing the ColourPop Blur Lippies makes me want a couple of them. May have to re-evaluate and get just one or two. Thank you for this stunning look and I am going to see if I can dupe it in my stash.

I swear I come back and look at this at least once everyday!! My daughter is tired of hearing me go on about it and told me that enough was enough, I should just buy everything and see if I can recreate it!! Easy for her to say, she isn’t paying for it but she is wise beyond her years because I don’t think I will be happy until I get all the products and try it. The lippie paired with the eye is stunning. Can’t say enough, Christine!!

I love this color combo, too, Deborah!

Do you have similar shades at all? And if you don’t for all, then maybe trim down to the “key” shades – the ones you think would make or break the look!

I love that you did this. I often see the color combinations you come up with when you pick 4 from existing collections and while I usually love them, I often wish I could see how you would put them together on the eyes, so this is great. I know you’re super busy, but whenever you get a chance to do this, it’s welcome!

When I first saw this eye look you did posted on IG (or at least that’s where I believe I saw it?), I was totally floored by how STUNNING this looks! Magnificent and very creative use of color pairing. Love the spring vibes it’s giving off! ☘️🌸🌷🌳

Gorgeous look! I love the way the green extends up to the brow. Just want to mention that although I did not spring for the pricey Denona Green-Brown Palette, one can get True Gold and Emerald Green from two of her original five pan palettes. I got them at reduced price at various sale times. And for many years, Denona’s were the only vivid greens around. And that is a less expensive option.

This look has me craving a green/pink palette! I hope with green’s increased popularity we see a lot of pink/green and purple/green floral collections. The new Lime Crime palette is in the right direction but the tones are very muted / don’t go deep enough, and personally I don’t like the LC eyeshadow formula.

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