Natasha Denona I Need a Nude Eyeshadow Palette Now Available

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Natasha Denona I Need a Nude Eyeshadow Palette Now Available
Natasha Denona I Need a Nude Eyeshadow Palette Now Available
Natasha Denona I Need a Nude Eyeshadow Palette Now Available
Natasha Denona I Need a Nude Eyeshadow Palette Now Available
Natasha Denona I Need a Nude Eyeshadow Palette Now Available
Natasha Denona I Need a Nude Eyeshadow Palette Now Available

Release Date + About the Launch

This is an enchanting nude, stone-feel color story designed to suit all skin tones and occasions, from everyday elegance to shimmering dramatic or bridal glam eye looks. It features a brand-new wet effect formula in two glistening finishes: GLOSSY and SPARKLING, for an effortless touch of dazzling magic. This palette is set in a sleek 3D plexiglass case inspired by minimalistic architecture. Natashaโ€™s mattes and metallics are highly pigmented, buttery smooth, and blend effortlessly, and her sparkling foiled formula provides a majestic, luminous sparkle to every look.

Now online

Products in the Launch

I Need a Nude Eyeshadow Palette, $69.00 (New, Permanent)

  • Stone 493CM Matte light medium warm taupe
  • Whisper 494M Metallic light nude pink
  • Ella 495SFM Sparkling foiled warm fawn
  • Vague 496CM Matte medium warm dusty
  • Rose Travertine 497M Metallic soft amber
  • Delilah 498SW Sparkling wet effect silver brown
  • Silhouette 499CM Matte coffee bean brown
  • Muse 500SF Sparkling foiled champagne
  • Fair 501CM Matte light misty rose
  • Filigree 502SF Sparkling foiled medium neutral brown
  • Wit 503CM Matte light warm rose
  • Sheen 504GW Glossy wet effect warm champagne
  • Tender 505CM Matte medium taupe
  • Mesh 506CM Matte light dusty rose
  • Mia 507SW Sparkling wet effect icy pink

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Deborah S. Avatar

I agree, Kira. I have a lot of nude shadow palettes and almost always reach for the old Two Faced Neutral’s palette but I have hit pan on several of the shades and it is close to 20 years old. I like the look of this one but will wait for reviews, also.

Sarah Avatar

Yes! And the inclusion of the new wet looking formula – stunning! This is what I’ve been hoping for from Pat’s more recent releases. You can do neutral and still make it interesting! ๐Ÿ˜Š The ND YT swatches are absolutely incredible.

Deborah S. Avatar

I really like the looks of this and will likely pick it up if it reviews well. I don’t know if you plan on reviewing it, Christine but if not I will see what people are saying on IG and YT. This would be a real workhorse palette for many people. I sent the pictures to my daughter last night.

Mariella Avatar

As someone who had probably a dozen or more “nude/naked/neutral” palettes, this looks exciting to me. I’m pleased that it’s not labelled “middle of lid, inner corner, outer corner” the way that other Glam palette was. If this scores well, I’m pretty sure I’ll be buying it.

Valerie C. Avatar

Perfect for me with only one exception, I need an off white or very light ivory matte shade. I can just use a single shadow for that though.

Lianne Avatar

I’m supposed to be on a no-buy for the rest of the month, so I’ll have to miss out on this for a while. It’ll certainly sell out right away, but that’s ok – it’ll give me time to look at the reviews, maybe even swatch in person at Sephora. I have the Glam palette already. This looks different enough – but the timing might not be right for me personally.

LK Avatar

If this ends up looking close to what it looks like in this promo photo, I will be interested. It’s just that although it seems pretty neutral (not warm toned), reading the shade descriptions lead me to believe this will be warmer than it appears. Christene, I look forward to your swatches and shade descriptions, if you can squeeze this into your review schedule ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m on a no-buy still for some time to come so I will not be purchasing this in the first wave, anyway.

Gemma Avatar

For neutral shades, Christine’s blog is such a rich database to see how cool or warm they are. I almost placed an order at Sephora but then pressed down my impulse waiting to see the close-up shots and dupes on this blog. In some promo photos, the palette looks mauvy and rosy, in others, the shades look like different tones of brown and taupe.
Recently I decluttered all my pinkish/purplish palettes because these shades tend to irritate my eyeballs. It is sad as I really love the looks I created from those palettes. I am on the hunt for a cool-toned palette with a safe formula. Anyone else has developed sensitivity to specific eyeshadow formulas? This topic is rarely mentioned in the beauty community but I really hope it is part of a thorough review.

Lysine Avatar

This seems really nice, but I feel like a lot of the shades look too similar to each other. I feel like this could be half the size with no change in the kinds of looks I could create.

Nikki Avatar

These colors are perfect for my skintone, without a lot of deep shades that I would rarely use and the ND formula works well for me. I don’t need this palette, but I want it, even if it’s just try out the new finishes. I like the midi format/size of ND palettes, but I have noticed that there are dupes within the same palette most of the time. That can make it hard to come up with different looks. Anyway, I’ll wait for swatches and descriptions before I decide.

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