Natasha Denona Symbol (272CP) is a slightly cool-toned, dark blue with a matte finish. It is a limited edition eyeshadow.
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Symbol (272CP) is a deep, bluish-teal with cool undertones and a matte finish. It had semi-opaque pigmentation that was buildable to mostly opaque coverage, but I've found that these inkier, Cream-Powder shades retain some translucency--almost like a watercolor effect--when applied and blended out. The texture felt more emollient and leaned into the cream part of the formula a little more than most of the other Cream-Powder shades in the palette (but comparable to Enigma).
I worried it was going to be difficult to apply with regular brushes, but it actually picked up with even more feathery crease brushes and blended out without too much effort. I actually found blending to be easier with a fluffier brush but for the most intensity, a denser-packed brush (like a pencil brush) worked best. It stayed on well for 10 hours before creasing slightly on me.
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