Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020

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Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020
Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2020

Release Date + About the Launch

Revolutionizing colors to pop-up your look! Enhance & define your eyes with these new futuristic multi-chrome eyeshadows. Containing three different pressed pigmented multi-chrome shades in the center of each row and their complementary matte eyeshadow tones to complete a whole makeup look. Perfect to create a multi-dimensional look with a variety of textures & shades!

The top row “Trailblazer” is inspired by those who look outside of the box and create avant garde looks. The middle row, “True Enthusiast” by those mastering new techniques to create all types of looks. And the bottom, “Total Flip” by those creating everyday more classic, soft and subtle looks.

11/3 (US/CA), 11/6 (UK), 11/10 (EU)

Products in the Launch

Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette, $129.00 (Limited Edition)

  • Scrap Cool dusty army green matte
  • Andradite Pastel mint matte
  • Scarab Poison green/warm gold/blue metallic triochrome
  • Ion Acid green matte
  • Vert Vibrant mustard matte
  • Naga Vibrant mustard matte
  • Manganese Pastel lavender matte
  • Kinetic Purple/pink/muted green metallic triochrome
  • Redox Dusty lilac matte
  • Tungsten Toasted mauve matte
  • Vertex Cool ivory matte
  • Plutonium burnt mandarine matte
  • Color Flip Fuchsia/nude/dusty green metallic triochrome
  • Garmon Peachy taupe matte
  • Diatonic Vibrant light coral matte

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Those 3 “trio-chromes” look so interesting and it seems that ND has taken a leaf from Clionadh’s amazing light and shade shifting shadows. But beyond that, there’s nothing here that interests me and those milky pastels are colours I actively try to avoid.

That could have been the first ND I’d be interested to buy, since I’ve never been into her colour stories. This is an exception, very interesting…. If only she had released it as mini palette… I’m not going to sped that amount for extra sized pan, I’m never going to finish them.

I checked the listing at Sephora and the pan sizes concern me. They are listed in this palette as .08 oz each, whereas even the Bronze and Glam palettes are shown as .65oz. And the price is back up to $129! That doesn’t sound like a good value, especially when most of the pans are just mattes anyway.

There are 15 shades in the palette, so at 0.08 oz. each, that is 1.20 oz. total, which means that this is a full-sized palette, like Biba or Sunset, and it is not the smaller 15-pan palette. It’s not a matter of “back up to,” as she carries a smaller 15-pan and a standard-sized 15-pan 🙂

Weird, it looks like Sephora might’ve messed up the order of the shadow names – scarab is missing entirely and some of the names (Vert, Ion, Mangalese, Naga) are shifted over.

This is quite pretty, and I really do like the unusual color story plus the higher matter/shimmer ratio. That being said, I think this is an easy pass. I don’t really lean towards pastels in any way, and being one of the bigger size pans I feel you need to really want to commit to the color story to get the best use out of these. But it’s pretty, and I do like that she decided to do something different.

After watching a review on it, I’m waiting. They said you might not need it if you have Tiny Marvels, which I have, and I’m waiting on It’s Freakin’ Bats, which has some other similar colors. Will wait for review and possibly a sale. The colors are so intriguing!

FreakinBats swatches beautifully. Arcana does, too. I have the two originals, from when they were Strobe. Creepy Cute is arguably true best pastel/pastel goth palette, and Divinity embodies most people’s idea of fall. Good concept and execution. Man, do i have to stop looking.

Even though I think it’s a gorgeous palette, especially for spring/summer, I don’t think it’s something I would buy. Too much product and too much $’s for shades I’d only wear occasionally.

I honestly find this sort of ugly. 🙁 none of these colors stand out to me and I know I would have a terrible time making any looks out of these colors. But I’ll be interested to see what other people do!

I’m glad I’m not the only one. Those pastel, milky shades are ones I generally dislike (reminds me of the 60’s – the less interesting part of the 60’s).

I love it conceptually. I’m not as enamored in execution.

I love all three multichromes and would love to get them as singles. But even the promo copy outright says that each row is designed essentially for three different kinds of consumers. How much overlap is there with those consumers? Is the “classic every day” look consumer really going to make good use of the “out of the box” look and be willing to pay $129 for a palette they may only be interested in 1/3rd of, or maybe 2/3rds?

I would have loved these to be 5 pan palettes (mini or full size pans – I’d pay the higher $ for larger pans if I could just get the row(s) I want) since they were purposely designed for each row to be a complete entity unto itself and then mix and match like the Fenty snap together palettes. But as a $129 palette, I don’t want 20% of my palette to be three nearly identical white looking pastels and ion and vert just aren’t my jam even though I understand it’s a coordinated look with the multichrome. I can appreciate it for what it is and love the swatches, but it’s just not something I’m going to try to fit in my budget.

I recently got my first ND mini’s, and, to be honest, they don’t impress me as much as I had hoped they would. And, the full-sized palettes are waayyy too big to be practical/useful to me. I won’t spend that much on the large, full-size ND palettes, simply because of that. I MIGHT be interested if this were one of the smaller 15-pan palettes or if it were marketed as 3, 5-pan palettes, as the purples especially intrigue me, but, in this format, easy pass.

If it actually looks like this photo, then I want this palette very badly. The color scheme is right up my alley!!! However, I’ve seen some non-promo photos that made it look less vibrant. I’ll have to see what you think, plus watch some YouTube reviews.

For those who love the multichromes, this is a lovely palette. But for me, it wouldn’t work because there are too many pastel and pink shades that don’t suit.

I love the look of this palette. The idea is quite wonderful, and it is interesting, beautiful and fun. That said, I would look horrid in many of the shades, so I’m not tempted to buy it. I really like the promo looks, and dislike the swatch photo.

Looks absolutely delicious. I love it. But I know I won’t ever use it up and I’m turned off by the price (CDN$172) so I can’t justify buying it *sigh*

If you would feel comfortable using the top row, then you’d use all three rows. If you are less adventurous, maybe only 1. I agree with those who think the rows should have been released separately, with the ability to move them into a 15 well empty, or snap/attach in some way. Do ND singles even exist anymore? It IS a bit like Tiny Marvels. Interesting that the palette is intended to ‘help’ you up your game, or go beyond your comfort zone.

I actually like the mattes in this so if I got it in the far future (because $120 is not something I’m willing to pay) it would actually be because I like every shade. However, the swatches I saw on YouTube were pretty underwhelming for Kinetic and Color Flip. Looking forward to see how your swatches turn out.

I have been looking so hard for a purple palette and though this lack exactly what I was looking for, it definitely is calling to me!!! But why $129??? I would have jumped on it for Christmas, but now, I have to think and wait for reviews.

I was concerned this palette was going to pull me back into buying eyeshadows but I’m not drawn to any but the trichromes.
I’ll wait and see if she releases minis in the future and perhaps reconsider.

Ok now that I’ve picked up my jaw off the floor: I’m Picking this up tomorrow and still on the 20% VIB rouge sale. This is different, very very cool color scheme – someone really knows her color theory. And even if only half have the usual quality, it’s worth it for the constant inspiration I’ll get from this palette.
Utterly stunning.

I’ve been waiting for a ND palette to “speak to me” and this is it! All the colors I’m drawn to in one place. I think I’ll be picking this one up!

This is a really interesting color scheme, and I like it… but I feel like if you’re going to call your palette Triochrome, it should have more than 3 multi-chrome shadows in it. That said, if ND decided to release just the top row as a mini palette, I would be ALL OVER it.

Petty detail alert! I can’t believe they misspelled a shade name in their official swatches! It’s “Scrap” in the palette, but “Scarp” in the labelled swatches. From such a high end brand, I’m surprised.

Ive gotten addicted to Triochrome eyeshadows, and think this palette looks cool and I love to mix warm and cool eyeshadow colors, but I won’t buy it before Temptalias best of the best opinions is here.

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