Natasha Denona Enigma (268CP) is a slightly cool-toned, dark blue with a matte finish. It is a limited edition eyeshadow.
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Enigma (268CP) is a deep, inky blue with subtle, cool undertones and a matte finish. It had semi-opaque color payoff that built up to mostly opaque coverage, but I felt like there was always a bit of translucency there. It was such a deep, yet vibrant, shade that I felt like the missing opacity was hard to see in person (especially when paired with other shades). The consistency was creamy, emollient, and thin, and it felt more emollient than most of the other Cream-Powders in the palette.
I was able to apply with typical brushes and didn't have to modify my tools or technique, but it was a little harder to blend out compared to other shades in the palette. I also felt like it worked best applied without primer, and I'd apply this first and then layer more traditional powders on top of it, though it was certainly workable in reverse. It lasted nicely for 10 hours on me before I noticed creasing.
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