Natasha Denona Lila Palette for Fall 2017

Natasha Denona Lila Palette for Fall 2017
Natasha Denona Lila Palette for Fall 2017

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Inspired by her love for the purple color scale, Natasha created the Lila Eyeshadow Palette just in time for Fall. This must-have palette includes all four classic eye shadow textures in her signature chroma crystal, creamy matte, metallic, and innovative duo chrome finishes. Use the velvety shades alone or layer together for head-turning, versatile eye looks for day or night.

9/12 online, midnight PST; 9/15 in-stores

Lila Eyeshadow Palette, $129.00 (TBA)

  • Per Se Medium smoky purple-grey (Creamy Matte)
  • Viola Medium fuchsia-violet (Metallic)
  • Amara Medium brown-berry (Creamy Matte)
  • Cyclone Bronze/copper with pink highlight (Duo Chrome)
  • Nude Vino Medium nude-grape (Creamy Matte)
  • Layla Dark grey mauve (Metallic)
  • Amethyst Medium bright violet (Metallic)
  • Magnetic Medium bright fuchsia (Metallic)
  • Magnolia Light warm champagne (Chroma Crystal)
  • Nude Mauve Mauve medium (Creamy Matte)
  • Juneau Light lavender (Sheer Metallic)
  • Livid Medium lilac with silver-blue highlight (Duo Chrome)
  • Purpure Medium burgundy (Metallic)
  • Dragon Bite Medium red with green highlight (Duo Chrome)
  • Helio Light pastel nude rose (Metallic)

Natasha Denona Lila Palette for Fall 2017
Natasha Denona Lila Palette for Fall 2017

Natasha Denona Lila Palette for Fall 2017
Natasha Denona Lila Palette for Fall 2017

Natasha Denona Lila Palette for Fall 2017
Natasha Denona Lila Palette for Fall 2017

Natasha Denona Lila Palette for Fall 2017
Natasha Denona Lila Palette for Fall 2017

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OMG I always love the looks of her palettes, but have found them to be positively hateful to work with. Maybe these will fare better. Looking forward to the reviews!

My thoughts exactly. I had purchased the sunset palette and wanted so much to love it, but I couldn’t get on board with the stiff chalky textures, very hard to work with. This palette looks so pretty, do I try again one more time?

I have #10 in the 5 pan. Gorgeous colours and easy enough to work with, but fading is quick and dramatic. I also have star palette; abject failure and sounds about on par with your sunset palette. A pricey mistake!

I always love the look of the Natasha Denona palettes and covet them but they seem to be rather polarizing shadows. I know people who love them and some who really hate them. I purchased a small 5 or 6 pan just to check them out and they were beautiful shades, applied well initially but in some ways reminded me of the ABH Subculture palette in that when you try to blend them they get really murky and if you successfully apply them they disappear off my lids within in few hours. I will wait for your review on this palette. It is beautiful but for $129 it needs to be perfect.

Much deeper and, thankfully, more purple than the promo pic of the palette itself would suggest! Definitely a “wait and see” type of deal for me, although the price pretty much makes it a “no way” for me.

Thankfully more purple! I look forward to your review Christine. The swatch seem so dark… I wouldn’t mind if they looked more like the pans!

I was way more excited when it was teased. I only really see two purple shades…huge disappointment. I already have the Naked3 and the MR palettes so this is a super easy pass with the majority just looking pink and neutral. It’ll be easier now to save up for the big Pat McGrath launch at the least!

This one catches my eye. I’ll be interested to see non-PR photos though, I’ve seen too many bait and switch work with lighting and photoshop to not wait for more images.

This one looks so gorgeous ? I’m going to wait for the review, & if good will hope it’s around during the next Rouge sale. I have several of her 5 palettes plus the Star palette & agree with others that the 5s are better than the Star & I guess the Sunset. I’m a big fan of purple & green with purple being the best complement for my hazel/green eyes. Oy vey, just what I need, another eye palette…

This looks luscious – buuuuuut it’s also SUPER spendy and I’m always a bit dubious of skin swatches where it’s obvious they have spent time building the intensity and colour up, which – while it’s nice to see them on different skin tones – isn’t necessarily a helpful indicator of how pigmented the shadows are, or how well they apply or last… I feel like I’m splitting hairs here, but for that sort of $$$ outlay I definitely expect the quality to be on point. I mean, they look good? But you can make pretty much anything look decent with boatloads of primer and some glycerin/fix spray/whatever…

Pretty colors, but that price! Yikes! I have purchased 3 palettes in the last 6 weeks or so (Urban Decay After Dark, Melisa Michelle xUlta and OFRA Must Have Mattes) and all three combined weren’t 129.00.

I have 2 ND metallic singles, and while I love the colors enough to use them, the formula fades fast on my super oily lids, even with primer, so will pass on the palette

Another pink/peach and purple hued palette. There are so many mixed reviews about this brand, that I would hold off until there are some in depth reviews because it is so expensive.
Regardless of its quality, the shades are not for me – nor is the price.

I will be getting this on the 12th.I have the Star palette and the Sunset palette and I love them both.Purple is my favorite color so this is a must have for me!

I cannot come to terms with the price of this, I just can’t do it. And in reading others comments on the issues people are having like fading and being hard to work with. For that price point it should be top quality. This is just my take.

Me either, Miska. Too pricey for me. But I hope people who get it like it.

I don’t get what some companies are calling “cool toned” palettes this fall. It’s like they kind of WANT to put out something different but they can’t quite let go of the fad of orange and reddish shadows either, so it ends up not being cool-tones. The only real cool palettes I’ve seen lately are some of the new Element ones from Nyx, and I’m not paying $30 for a drugstore brand.

I’ve never felt attracted to any of the ND palettes except for this one, the colors in this one are just screaming my name.
However, it is a very steep price for a palette even though I am every well aware that when you break down the price per shadow it is very reasonable.
Of course, in Canadian dollars it will be even pricier, since i’ve never been interested I’ve never checked so I’m curious how much it retails for. Probably will have to be a pass because of the price tag but I will keep an eye on your review just the same, just in case! 🙂

Yes! *opens wallet and hands it to Natasha Denona*

I am a fan girl. Yes, her shadows can be challenging, but they are so spectacular that I find them worth the trouble. I have the two 28-pan palettes, Star and Sunset. This color scheme looks amazing. I’ll be buying on the 12th.

Am I the only one who is unimpressed with her shadows? The Sunset palette was a huge let down. Those mattes were disappointing. The shimmers were nice, but how hard is it to make a shimmer shadow? That palette was worth $40-50, not the $129 she charges. I have no reason to believe this palette will be any better.

Thanks! You’re the only one that made it possible for me to drool over and see the colors well as we await this palette’s entrance. I’ve enjoyed and gotten complements using her palettes, starting with the Star palette. Don’t have any of the largest ones, though I’ve read good things, so I’ll definitely purchase this one. It remains unique in my collection of palettes, and another reason I like Natasha Denona’s work. She tends to have well-thought out palettes for numerous looks & a balanced mix of mattes & metallics, etc. My only complaint, no black shades in the newer palettes. I’ve shared my idea of a great next palette, which I hop ewill include them.

Just launched on the Canadian site. It’s beautiful and the colours are gorgeous. The quality seems to be there.
But I cannot justify $168 CAD for an eyeshadow palette that I cannot wear at work.

Too much red and deep pink for me, even if this were more “budget friendly”. At the ND prices (alarming in Canada and not available in store), this doesn’t interest me at all.

I really like the shade selection, but the shadows don’t work for me. So, can’t wait to see dupes for these shades!

I ordered it immediately. My only consideration was from where to order it from since I am so unhappy with Sephora’s switch to LaserShip for deliveries. That said, I ordered it from Beautylish. Apparently, Sephora is more concerned with cheaper delivery methods than my business as VIB Rouge.

I got it! Natasha Denona eyeshadows and I really get along. And I love the impact! I am so excited for this one- come home Dragon Bite!

Waaannnt!!! But. I’m going to restrain my impulses (somehow?) and wait for your review, if you decide to get this one. Won’t be easy, because I’m a PURPLE lover. ?

I like her eyeshadows and find them easy to blend ,so I bought it. I’m probably not going to use that fuschia though. I just love purple goshdarnit. I hope they as look good in person. I can see these colors going well with the other ND palettes.

I really love the look of her palettes..the curation of this one and the sunset palette are gorgeous, but I got a few of the smaller palettes to try out and these just didn’t work out for me. The application was chunky and not smooth at all. I tried many blending methods as well as my finger & for all of the effort, I can’t spend that kind of money for anything less that perfection. This shadow formulation just does not look good on me. My urban decay and numerous other high end palettes seem to work better. Definitely viseart. I am interested in that Huda sunset one though! Fingers crossed as it will be a new formulation for me.

OVERPRICED. I don’t understand the price point of Natasha Denona’s products. The palette is definitely not worth the hype or money. Find similar shades in Makeup Geek’s single eye shadows.
I think Huda beauty’s destert dusk is half the price and gives this palette a run for its money.

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