Natasha Denona Glow Cream Base
Natasha Denona Bronze is a very warm-toned, medium-dark gold with a pearl finish. It is a highlighter that is permanent in this palette: Citrus.
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Bronze is a medium copper with warm undertones and a golden, pearly sheen. It had medium, buildable pigmentation (the brand described the coverage as "buildable"), up to mostly opaque, with a luminous sheen that stayed a touch dewy/wet but not sticky. The texture was lightly emollient without feeling greasy or heavy on the skin, and it picked up well with stippling brushes as well as a dampened sponge (the latter is what I tended to use per the brand's instructions). The dampened sponge yields sheerer, buildable coverage, and a stippling brush tends to get more sem-sheer to medium coverage from the get-go. It wore well for eight and a half hours on me over bare skin. It applied well over foundation as it did not lift up my base.
PiPPermanent in Palette.
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The Glow Cream Base is Natasha’s dewy highlighter made with antioxidant lychee extract and luminous hydrating oils and is the first poured cream formula on the market using textured 3-D printing technology to elevate the formula’s payoff.