Natasha Denona Mini Gold & Gold Glow Palettes for Holiday 2019

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For the holidays, Natasha Denona’s bringing the gold–in the form of a new, limited edition Shimmer Duo featuring two new gold highlighters in her Diamond Powder and Super Glow formulas. As an extension to the Gold palette, a Sephora-exclusive mini eyeshadow palette featuring four new shades and one existing shade will be available.


Products Available

Gold Mini Eyeshadow Palette, $25.00 (Permanent, Sephora Exclusive)

  • Lodge (283CP) Matte light tawny brown
  • Dark Sepia (47P) Dark taupe with pink shimmer
  • D’or (284M) High shine vibrant yellow gold
  • Bia (285CP) Matte olive green
  • Antheia (286DC) Taupe with green reflects

Glow Gold Shimmer Duo, $42.00 (Limited Edition)

This cheek and highlighting palette features a combination of two gold highlighters—one warm gold in the super glow formula and the other in a golden sparkling diamond powder to create the perfect, sparkly golden-glow look. Suitable for all skin tones.

  • Diamond Powder Sparkling gold
  • Super Glow Warm gold

Natasha Denona Mini Gold & Gold Glow Palettes for Holiday 2019

Natasha Denona Mini Gold & Gold Glow Palettes for Holiday 2019

Natasha Denona Mini Gold & Gold Glow Palettes for Holiday 2019

Natasha Denona Mini Gold & Gold Glow Palettes for Holiday 2019

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I loooove this mini gold palette. I have the ND Gold palette already and Natasha really did make this to compliment to large one well. I may have to pick this up…

Well I’m getting that mini gold palette. I have a bunch of the Natasha Denona minis and I really do like them. I actually find the pan sizes to be perfect; I don’t feel like I’m buried up to my neck in powders but I have enough to last me awhile.

So far this is the one holiday launch I’m looking forward to!

Not going to lie, but I would have loved the e/s mini so much more had ND kept to the teal accents instead of olive. Will have to wait and see how I feel about it once you get an opportunity to review it. Otherwise, no, it’s not speaking to me.

I’m actually excited about the olive toned shades, and wish she’d done a few more variations of it (a golden olive or green-tinged gold, instead of the repeat gold shade from the Gold palette). 🙂

I love the teals in the original palette, but I’ve been missing olive tones from ND – they’re virtually non-existent in all of her palettes (including green-brown!), so I’m looking forward to seeing it here. It’s more wearable for those of us with that so-called “autumnal” coloring.

Hm… the promo pic does absolutely zilch to draw me in, but the actual palette looks like something I can get into (never would have guessed there were greens in the palette from that promo). I’m curious to see how this reviews. I’m all about mossy colors.

I love Bia and not sure about Lodge as it seems to swatch a lot darker than it appears in the pan but if it is light enough that would work better for me, personally. Antheia would be great if it swatched as per the description. In short, the brand provided swatches aren’t doing it for me so will have to wait and see actual pictures of actual real swatches! The other palette might appeal to me more given that the shades are ones I use a lot but again, it’s all about the swatches, LOL!!

That’s a cool mini palette. I like that the color of the case is the color family inside — that way you could stack these minis like books and easily grab the one you want. I’m probably really covered here and won’t be getting this, but it sure is a pretty set of shades.

Melt smoke sessions is the only green palette I own or need and I touch it very rarely. This is a lovely palette, but it wouldn’t be a preference for my colouring. The scheme is gorgeous, tho1

I’ll swatch the mini in store, as I’ve NOT been impressed by their formula thus far, but it does look beautiful and right up my alley as far as the color story.

I’d LOVE to pick up the highlighter palette, but her formula isn’t one I can use on my skin.

This is the first of ND’s palettes that I’ve been drawn to, but I feel like I might have dupes already… will wait for reviews to come out!

I also was definitely hoping for those goldy teal shades which were some of the few shades I could wear in the large palette. And they still would be my first choice. But I do like the olive theme– glad to seeing any major brand doing green– and depending on how it swatches, am inclined to pick this up. That being said, I agree that these swatches are nowhere near as dynamic as what I saw on Instagram. Can’t wait for you to swatch this, Christine.

I think I’m going to pick up both of these. I have’nt tried the mini highlighters because I have the full palettes of other 2 that have been released. The eyeshadows are unique as well (i have the big Gold palette). I’m smitten!

Oh yeah, I’m going to be all over this one. I find her minis hit or miss, but this one is definitely pushing my “must have, must touch, must play” magpie buttons. Can’t wait to see it in person.

All the brands seem to be coming out with gold inspired palettes lately. This one looks good, but as an olive green shade lover, I don’t really like it in the matte finish.
Anyway, I am hanging out for UD’s Honey or Smashbox’s Desert…

I’m also looking forward to UD Naked Honey, Genevieve. Today, I watched Chloe Morello demo and swatch it on YouTube, and it looks like the Naked palette of my dreams, tbh! That deep, grungy olive metallic Queen is beyond gorgeous as is Honey and the rest of the shades in it.

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