Natasha Denona Lila Mini Eyeshadow Palette Launches July 24th

Natasha Denona Lila Mini Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Lila Mini Eyeshadow Palette

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The plum and violet color scheme of this palette give you the range to create a whole eye makeup look with a light shimmering shade, a matte transition shade, dark, a vibrant, medium matte shade, and a purple-blue duo-chrome. Its compact size makes it perfect for travel.

July 24th at Sephora

Product Information

Lila Mini Eyeshadow Palette, $25.00 (Sephora Exclusive)

  • Poison Berry Vibrant fuchsia matte with a blue undertone
  • Blue Dahlia Purple with blue duo-chrome sparkling effect
  • Raisin Medium cool burgundy matte
  • Linen Nude champagne metallic
  • Flint Nude sand matte

Natasha Denona Lila Mini Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Lila Mini Eyeshadow Palette

Natasha Denona Lila Mini Eyeshadow Palette Swatches (Official)

Natasha Denona Lila Mini Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Lila Mini Eyeshadow Palette

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I bought the last mini from ND and was very disappointed. That being said, I do own the Lila and Aeris palettes from ND and am quite happy with both of them.

That orangey-brown looks very out of place in what had the potential to be a fantastic smaller purple palette. I would have much preferred a mauve-toned transition shade like MAC Haux or Malt. What they have here has too big of jump from burgundy, plum and the duochrome purple shades straight to orange tones.

I am with you on this! It could have been some pinky tone or mauve, or Lila, etc. I will certainly get a chance soon to see the Lila palette in the flesh. I want to compare how its feel compare to La Vie en rose from Pat Mcgrath. 😁

Judge for yourself but Pat McGrath is far superior to ND. ND is more hype than anything. Not that she is terrible but she’s not worth the hefty price she charges imo

Interesting. I thought that shade “saved” the palette. lol I think it will be a beautiful transition shade with just the nicest touch of warmth.

I concur, that’s actually what I like about this, not too monochrome in the scheme. One me, an NC37 neutral yellow (warmish) skin tone, this would look beautiful!

I totally agree. Denona often adds a lot of orange-y or bronze-y shades into her palettes. And I kind of tune her stuff out for that reason. She seems to have a particular coloring in mind. And I am not in her demographic so I’ve just accepted that I won’t be buying her stuff. La Vie en Rose on the other hand does have a more neutral peach which plays well with the mauves, pinks, and purples. That is one superb palette.

I think “Flint”, is more neutral in undertone than it appears in those swatches (not as pink-y as the transition shade in her #02 5-pan palette, but neutral nonetheless). If you watch Natasha swatch the palette in her IG stories, she calls it a “cool brown” and it does look cooler than it does in this “official swatch” photo.
Also, since it appears more orange on the darker skin toned models, as compared to how it looks on the fairest skin tone, it could be that it’s picking up or reflecting that warmth from the models arms.
I guess we’ll all see for ourselves when it’s actually released. 🙂
As for quality, I was unimpressed with the mini-sunset palette, and had planned to return it. But the quality did seem improved after a couple uses, which appears to be not uncommon with some of ND’s powder products. Perhaps this is by design, especially for her smaller panned products (to keep the products intact during shipping?)

Wow, these shades look amazing! If the quality is good I’ll be all over it. It’s looking like purple/burgundy are the “it” colors for fall this year and I am 100% here for it. I think I might like this color scheme even better than Norvina.

Wow, how did I miss that, for 25$ yes, I’ll be on it like white on rice! I was thinking it would be 48$, so I had written it of my list.

Hmm. I’ve been working on redesigning my HB Desert Dusk to formulas that don’t irritate my eyes and colors better suited to my skintone. That said, I’ll have these colors in my new palette so I won’t have to buy this. Yea, Kesha. Otherwise, this would have been on my radar.

Although this is a gorgeous palette, I just purchased Ace Beaute’s Paradise Fallen palette, which is a purple toned palette, so this is probably a skip for me. I also have both of the ND Holiday 2017 palettes and both of them had some issues concerning shimmers. I feel like the Blue Dahlia shade is going to be like the blue shimmer in the Aeris palette which refused to be true to pan on the eye.

Sorry for the late reply, my palettes just arrived from Ace Beaute so I can’t say whether I like it or not b/c I haven’t used it on my eyes, but they swatch beautifully. I’m really excited for it. I grabbed the Classical Paradise as well.

Yummy. Nice scheme, but I purchased a ND 5 pan ages ago (#10) and I’ve never since seen an eyeshadow (aubergine) actually fade right before my very eyes. It was tragic. I loved that quin. If it gets a decent review, I might grab.

I’ll be the odd duck. I like the warmer transition against the cooler detail and shaping shadows. I think it makes them pop.

I personally like the color palette of this palette 😉 I enjoy the tones of it😊 I am looking forward to a review as well, as I have had big hits and misses from ND shadows.

It’s alluring, but feel like it needed another purple or violet metallic.

Also I am excited for purple pallettes as much as the next junkie…but think it’s weird so many brands are releasing purple at the same time

I never bought the Lila palette for myself (as a gift for my daughter’s birthday last year yes, and she really likes it). One of the reasons was the fuchsia colors and too many browns that I already have enough of, so this mini is a good idea. The only thing that make me hesitant is the price. I have one of her minis for earlier, with two purples (even though they are not the same) and it’s a bit steep for only five shadows (of which I have similar colors for three of them already).

I’m really looking forward to this! I own the ND Sunset Mini and though the shimmers could have been better, I still enjoyed using it and am happy I added it to my vanity. Though I do hope the shimmers are a bit better in this one!

I like what I see…. I probably will buy it. 🙂 I can use this mini with the new NORVINA palette…:) I have a problem .. I know. LOL

I think I’d be happier calling it a “Lila Mini palette” had it not been the two neutrals thrown in there. I mean, who else doesn’t want their 5-freaking-pan palette to have the obligatory neutrals??? 🤔

I don’t own any ND palette so far. I wanted to buy the last mini but the reviews were not so good for it. This one, I think I will wait for reviews too.

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