Natasha Denona Holiday 2020 Collection

Release Date + About the Launch

For the holiday season, Natasha Denona has a new, mini eyeshadow palette, Zendo, which includes five new shades, along with a new, standalone champagne highlighter and two, new I Need a Nude Lipstick shade extensions.

10/10 (Sephora), 10/14 (Beautylish), 10/16 (Int'l)

Products in the Launch

Mini Zendo Eyeshadow Palette, $25.00 (New, Permanent?)

An innovating warm-toned, bronze inspired mini palette that allows you to create the ideal all-flattering look. This set of 5 highly pigmented essential shades is a must-have for this holiday season!

  • Stark (335M) Medium-dark cool burgundy metallic
  • Bare (336CM) Pastel pink matte
  • Stripped (337M) Warm silver metallic
  • Dazz (339DC) Medium coral with light bronze shift
  • Uncovered (338CM) Dusty coral matte

I Need a Nude Glow Highlighter, $42.00 (Limited Edition)

A multi-dimensional, metallic highlighting powder with a soft-focus HD finish & a velvety smooth texture. Formulated with the Impact Powder Formula debuted in the Tan Palette. Now introducing a universal champagne tone that will provide your skin with the ultimate tailor-made glow.

  • Nude Champagne Champagne

I Need a Nude Lipstick, $25.00 (New, Permanent)

Treat and smooth your lips with ND’s brand new I Need A Nude shade extensions! Coveted by fans across the globe, Natasha’s iconic nude lip looks come to life with a collection of universally flattering shades. Natasha was compelled to create this gorgeous collection after spending years mixing nude lipsticks together to achieve her vision; a nude that would flatter everyone and compliment her signature smoky eyes. Available in 20 shades, in 4 distinct undertones.

  • Andrea (10NB) Light, nude beige with a neutral beige undertone
  • Maria (30NP) Light, rosy nude with neutral pink undertone

Natasha Denona Holiday 2020 Collection

Natasha Denona Holiday 2020 Collection

Natasha Denona Holiday 2020 Collection

Natasha Denona Holiday 2020 Collection

Natasha Denona Holiday 2020 Collection

Natasha Denona Holiday 2020 Collection

Natasha Denona Holiday 2020 Collection

Natasha Denona Holiday 2020 Collection

Natasha Denona Holiday 2020 Collection

Natasha Denona Holiday 2020 Collection

Natasha Denona Holiday 2020 Collection

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The highlighter is the one item I am most interested in. I wonder how similar it is in tone to any of the SuperGlow shades.

Last time she came out with a mini like this, it was followed by a smaller palette (thinking Glam). I’d be interested to see the swatches even though I don’t believe this will work for me. It seems rather cool to me vs warm.

This all looks really pretty. I’m glad that it’s a small holiday collection as opposed to the massive collections we’re used to seeing.

Not actually interested in the products, but I just love how gorgeous all the models and looks are, how the makeup enhances not covers features. But I guess that’s what you get when makeup artistry is involved.

I agree! The palette looks nice enough but I doubt I’ll buy it (unless Christine’s swatches change my mind.) But it is STUNNING on the darker skinned model.

I think I would probably like the Andrea lipstick. And I likely already own a dupe, huh? It looks a little bit like UD Abstract, just going from swatches.
Having just read that ND has already trademarked a full-sized Zendo Palette, I will wait to see what that one looks like before I jump on this cute little mini.

I love this collection. This mini looks like it would pair good with the mini retro, the highlighter is gorgeous and now looking at the lip swatches Maria is tempting. I’m definitely grabbing the palette and possibly the highlighter.

Hey, finally a Natasha Denona product that I actually might purchase (eye shadow) . I know I’m a rarity here, but $50-$100 for makeup that will last 2 years max before hygiene experts recommend tossing it–seems a bad bargain to me.

I’m never using highlighter, because at my age, the only thing it highlights is wrinkles. And the lipsticks look like my normal, daytime wear lipstick.

But I really like the shadow palette. And anyone who has the imagination to create a palette in something other than red/pink/green or even less inventive black/silver/gold, for NYE needs to get some kudos for that. Also, the one color I probably won’t use much of, Dazz, can probably be used with some beige shade as blush. Waste not, want not.

I can’t believe OPI has already released most of its Holiday 2020 nail shades, bypassing my 2 favorites holidays. ?

I know there are people saying one should only use products for 18-24 months. I never follow that advise. I toss eyeshadows when they change, either in how they look or if the start to smell differently than they did when they were new, or if the texture has changed. I have never had any problem using old-ish eyeshadows. I keep my brushes clean and rarely, if ever use my fingers.

Anyone else not caring about expiration dates on eyeshadows?

And, yes the palette looks really very nice, I kind of want it.

Totally agree. Straight powder is very long lived. Add a ‘cream’ ingredient and it goes bad quite quickly. Gels dry out almost immediately. Slurries, too. Think CP SSS, even if they’re kept ultra tight. And those swell Butter London shadows that crapped out in ~3 mos. For ND, only have mini retro, so cannot judge. Seeing instore (remember that?) I would suspect that some deteriorate easily…they had in the display. You are absolutely correct about clean brushes and no fingers. I’d bet any shadow with finger app recommended has a short shelf life.

I don’t care. I have kept palettes for many years. I have not experienced any negative repercussions (I’ve experienced far more sensitivity issues with lash serums). As you mention, Helene, if the shadow hardens, changes colour, or smells funky, it gets tossed. My dogs sneak lick my face despite my best efforts not to allow them. I do not live in a bubble. No disrespect to people more discerning than me.

I think both Rhonda and Helene have a point. Hygiene experts are playing it safe with the 2 years max guideline bc they’re not thinking of the careful beauty enthusiast who would know how to extend the shelf life of their collection. Hygiene experts think of the average consumer: someone too busy with real life and can’t bother with pesky things like:

a) using only clean makeup applicators (bc not everyone makes time to actually wash brushes daily)
b) properly storing makeup away in cool, dry, dark place (i.e., NOT in the bathroom or NOT on a vanity surface near a window with natural lighting)
c) inspecting their own makeup periodically for any changes, especially if they don’t have bright lighting where they apply makeup or need reading glasses to see up close.
d) know the nature of certain ingredients and how it can or can’t change over time. Minerals will last forever but certain emollients can evaporate (volatile silicones) or go rancid (caprylic triglyceride, squalane, etc.).

I like Stripped and Dazz out of the mini palette – a really good corally/peach shade works so well with the greys. I think this is right sized holiday collection – a small eye palette, a couple of lipsticks, highlighter etc.

Oh to be young again with those models’ skin! Very glowy and healthy looking on the skin, I love when make up can help you look better without making you look made up. Wouldn’t expect anything less from ND.

I don’t know if it’s the lighting being weird in the promo pics but I’m not getting “bronze” at all from this palette? It looks nice enough but maybe a bit too similar to Retro? I was hoping she would release an actual mini Bronze palette actually…

I like the eyeshadow palette a lot, but if she’s releasing a big palette with these colours and more in the same spirit, I’ll wait for it.
I absolutely love that there are three models with very different skin tones and everything looks good on all three.

Lovely but dupable and I have to privilege PMG Mega palette. She just received my coins for Glam, and I’m very satisfied with it.

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