Natasha Denona Retro Mini Palette Launches March 31st

Release Date + About the Launch

Mini palette featuring five dreamy colors for romantic retro looks. The shades include a dazzling neutral duo-chrome, a velvety metallic gray, two creamy neutral mattes, and a rosy pink metallic— inspired by the color theme of the 60s. Perfect for a soft pastel look & everyday wear.

3/31 at Sephora, June at Beautylish, Coming Soon Int'l/UK

Products in the Launch

Retro Mini Eyeshadow Palette, $25.00 (TBA)

  • Galaxia Light nude with green and blue sparkles
  • Industrial Green taupe with silver reflect
  • 60s Matte greyish green (New)
  • Vintage Taupe Matte antique rose
  • Pixie Pink with champagne shift (New)

Natasha Denona Retro Mini Palette Launches March 31st

Natasha Denona Retro Mini Palette Launches March 31st

Natasha Denona Retro Mini Palette Launches March 31st

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Now this looks interesting! Having ‘grown up’ in the 60’s, I really like this little palette with its myriad shades. So reminds me of Rimmel’s pastel frosty shades that I use to adore….

You’re so right – they have clearly incorporated additional shadows to create that “look”. Seems a bit misleading. I like 2 or 3 of the shades, but not enough to want to buy this palette.

I think its actually the opposite, the shade descriptions say that shade that appears like a light peach matte is an antique rose matte which is a pretty good description of the deeper pink matte on the models eyes. So I think the pic of the palette might be what is “wrong”.

I kinda want this one if it performs well…and it would feel less scary to try a small palette. :o) It’s such a pretty color story!

ugh i love that color story but I haven’t had great luck with Natasha’s shadows in the past. i’d love to swatch it in-store, but that doesn’t look likely given our current situation.

these kinds of muted colors are so pretty, and as a fan of 60s makeup i’m really tempted by this palette, especially as i don’t have most of these shades in my collection! i’ll have to wait for reviews though (including on this site), as if i remember correctly these 5-pan palettes from the brand can be hit and miss…

Not sure I’m feeling a 1960s vibe from this, more like an early 2000’s. I really like the color selection, though. It has a very fresh, light summery look.

*swoons*. I love this. Sometimes her sparkly shadows don’t have enough of a base color though, so I’ll wait for the review 🙂

I’m curious to see how these actually swatch, as ND palettes can look completely different in the swatches/looks on her site as to how they really are in person.

I am glad I wasn’t the only one who didn’t see the palette on the model. I really like the color story here. The shades remind me of some of the Yardley pastels that came in the tubes. Let’s hope that Christine reviews it and suggests dupes so I can see how much of this I already own.

Now those would be the Easter colors I’d use. And I tend not to like pastels and drab colors, but this just speak to romance and spring.

I saw the image of the model and didn’t bother clicking on the link to see more yesterday. This morning, however, I did and love the look of the palette–in all honesty this might be the first of NDs minis I have been drawn to.

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