Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette Swatches

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Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
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Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
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Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
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Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
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Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette

Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow PaletteNatasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette ($129.00) is a new, limited edition eyeshadow palette that includes three, pressed Multichrome eyeshadows (the shades in the third column) paired with 12 matte eyeshadows. Here are swatches — and don’t forget to click on the multichrome shades view all more swatch photos!

Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette

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I like the bottom two rows better. Seems to swatch nicely. I like the lilacs. If I were a multichrome fan, though, I’d definitely go for an indie brand. Indies are knocking it out of the park.

The multichromes look fun, but not interesting enough to justify the price tag or the size of these immense palettes, to my mind. Maybe some multichromes will find their way into some of the smaller ND palettes.

Thank you for swatches!

Echoing comments, but I am really looking at indie brands for multi-chromes. To me, this is a pastel palette, and I have that covered with Viseart.

I want to immediately say, “Thank you!!!!” Even though I can’t afford to purchase this right now, I am so looking forward to this palette! Only if I can dupe half of it or it rates poorly would I stop looking at it. So lovely!

I saw this in Sephora yesterday, and noticed that the triochrome shades weigh LESS than the regular shades (2.5 grams). It’s actually a bit sneaky – the front of the cardboard box lists only the total weight (35 grams) instead of the usual “15 x 2.5 grams” breakdown. If you do the math – assuming the mattes weigh the usual 2.5 grams – each triochrome is less than 2 grams.

I don’t know if you get less product (by volume) or if the triochrome formula is less dense than the mattes. Just wanted to mention this, since ND’s own website (and the resellers) list this as “2.5 g / 0.08 oz x 15 pc” and that’s not true.

UPDATE: The triochromes are only 1.8 grams each, assuming the mattes weigh the usual 2.5g.
The total palette weight listed on the box is 35.4 grams.

If you look at oz., the brand typically lists 0.08 oz., which is 1.20 oz. of product (x15 shades). That being said, if you take 2.5g and convert to oz., you actually get 0.088 oz. and you’d be more like 1.37 oz. of product. So at 35.4g, it converts to 1.25 oz., which is higher than what we list (since we go from oz.).

The pans appear the same size, so the ingredients may fill a similar volume but weigh less. Baked eyeshadows (in general), like MAC Mineralize Eyeshadows, or baked gel-powder formulas, like MAC Extra Dimension Eyeshadows have the same thing (sometimes filling up more volume but weighing less than a traditional pressed eyeshadow).

Yes, you’re right in that it could be a decimal rounding issue (I tend to think in metric rather than convert to/from ounces).

I was wondering if it was a new formula that was simply less dense than her usual. I remember with her 4-pan cheek palettes, the pan weights of some of her powder formulas differ even though they look to be the same volume.

(This is my science geek hat, not complaining/nitpicking – I apologise if I came across as accusatory to ND at first).

I believe grams is more accurate since it measures more precisely vs. rounding at the oz. level, so it is definitely less than other palettes if they’re calling out the Multichrome ones at 1.8g vs. 2.5g! It’s just interesting how they rounded down to 0.08 oz. and so unless you were looking at grams, you might not even notice a difference in weight!

While this is likely far less expensive than buying several Clionadh multicrome shadows, plus Lethal and a few other more unique matte shades, I’m just not 100% sold on it. The looks you did are pretty, but not Clionadh level of “I gotta have them!” pretty, y’know? I’ll just wait to see how well this palette does in its review before I go either way.

Honestly the only color that I like in the palette is Scarab, which is already available as a liquid! I’ll be looking forward to your review but I’m honestly pleased that this palette doesn’t do it for me because it’s so expensive.

I feel this calling to me but I don’t know why!! I would never use the yellow/gold shades and the rest is pretty well covered in my stash, being a green/purple lover. I like the way the palette looks and while I think that multi chromes are being done really well in Indie brands, I wouldn’t mind having a couple in a palette with a good mix of mattes and shades that I like. It would make taking the palette really easy as everything is covered. There are mattes light enough for both my brow and inner corner and two good transition shades. I am seriously considering it. I backed off from the PMGL Celestial palette for myself. I did pick it up for my daughter and I doubt she would be attracted to this one. Maybe!!

Also, my Clionadh order says it has been delivered and I haven’t seen it yet. It says it was delivered two days ago. I have been home the whole time. So, waiting till Monday to contact them, if it doesn’t arrive today.

This is definitely a colourful palette and the swatches look good for those who are interested in this new offering.
I don’t know how the multichromes will go, but we have been spoilt by the offering of Clionadh, Devinah and a few other brands. Stunning eye looks Christine.

This is such an underwhelming palette. Want multichromes, buy JD Glow. It’s too expensive of a palette I know will sit in my closet. I passed and bought other stuff this Sephora sale!

This is an easy pass for me as I can easily dupe the 3 triochrome shadows between Fyrinnae and Sydney Grace. I can more than likely dupe all the mattes, too. As usual, your looks are amazing, Christine!

All of the colors are interesting and pretty, but just 3 multichromes for $129 is a no for me, as they are my favorite part of the palette. I may try for one of the liquid singles Natasha Denona created first, although I’m still currently so in love with my Sydney Grace (thanks to you, Christine!) that I may just continue collecting their singles.

I managed through the night ✊ and a saner mind prevails. I cannot justify the price tag for an entire row I know I will not reach for that often.

Your eye looks are beautiful Christine! This palette is calling to me but I’m resisting as hard as I can, I have so many that need love, another one won’t help matters!

Sooo excited for the review of this palette! Being that I’m from Portugal and buying multichromes from American indie brands is very complicated (the shipping is expensive and it’s very likely that’ll get stuck in customs and be even more expensive after that tax), this seems like a good opportunity to try them. Plus the mattes look so unique. Can’t wait!!

I like Scarab and that’s it so it’s an easy pass for me. I know I’d only use at most two thirds of the palette, probably less, so I’ll wait for the dupes list to see if I might get a dupe for Scarab.
I think I’d rather go with an indie brand to get interesting duo and multi chromes.
I do look forward to the reviews and I really liked all the looks Christine made using the palette.

LOVE your looks! Really, really, really love your three looks.

Don’t need or want the palette, though it looks very pretty. I don’t know why, but $129 seems to ‘stick in my craw’ (my best friend and I call that grandma-speak) in a way that other luxury prices don’t. Also, it turned out that ND put many of her best colors in her 5-color palettes, which I started picking up at the beginning, and yet I use them so much less than many other palettes I own (like CP, for instance).

Oh, and… I don’t leave the house anymore. Almost forgot that point, which highly influences my buying lately (though not as much as it should!).

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