Mini Eyeshadow Palette

Natasha Denona

Natasha Denona Mini Eyeshadow Palette is an eye palette that retails for $25.00 and contains 0.14 oz. ($178.57 per ounce). There are 8 variations in our database, which you can select from in the View a Variation dropdown menu below.

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Based on 2 Reviews, 4 Quick Reviews

The Good: Easy To Apply (3), Long-wearing (3), Easy-to-Use (3), Travel-friendly (3), Great Value (2), Buttery (1), Creamy (1), Great Gift (1), Versatile (1)

The In-Between: Highly Pigmented (3)

The Bad: Powdery (1)

2 Written Reviews

By Stephanie 7 months ago.

I bought this on sale just because I wanted to try ND'S formula. The product was highly pigmented and blended well with a little bit of a dusty kickback. The lightest shade didn't show up on my skin but was useful for blending out the deeper shades. I don't think the color story best suited my skin. It wasn't my favorite look. I will probably just use this for parts to fill in some spaces in my other palettes.

Tags: highly-pigmented, powdery, easy-to-apply, long-wearing, easy-to-use-product, travel-friendly
Skin Tone: Light - Undertone: Neutral

By Aurora 8 months ago.

If anyone with very light skin and yellow/olive undertones (I'm unsure how this would look on any cooler undertones) is looking for something that's both passably neutral yet offers a twist to the typical color stories of that category, I really do think this palette is worth some definite consideration! The quality of these shades is completely in accordance to the stellar review it got from the editor, and I enjoy all the looks and the ease of use I get from this little gem. My only minor gripe would be with the shade Dark Sepia; the issue is not with the quality but overall the way I personally feel that it doesn't slide with the rest of the shades as well as I'd like to; I'm sure I can figure out how to wear it over time (currently it's just a smoked out liner) but with the ease that comes with the rest of the shades it definitely feels more like a hassle than the others. I feel like the same shade as a matte would have made more sense and given this palette a lot more versatility on the smoky side of things. I haven't tried using it as a crease-deepening shade yet; it might work very well there, but nonetheless, couldn't it have been a matte? The other two shimmers are spectacular - in the dreaded age of pressed glitter I love the ND formula of shimmers that gives me a highly sparkly effect without the microplastic shards. Antheia is insanely pretty and I'd even go as far as to say that for anyone who was looking at the VR Emerald from Pat McGrath's Nocturnal Nirvana Quad, this could be an alternative. It's definitely more neutral and lacks that absolutely breathtaking cool pink flip, but with the sparkle it gets at the right angle it would definitely fulfill a similar role if you're looking for a duochrome green that's less vibrant than VR Emerald while still delivering that amazing sparkle - it really can elevate a standard look. D'or is a standard gold, yet still not. Definitely no justification to stock up on endless gold shimmers, for sure, but it has a yellow tint to it that differentiates it from a typical true gold. It creates an interesting contrast with the other shades while still fitting together well. Nothing much to say about the mattes - they're amazing. A bit powdery in the pan, yet almost zero fallout on the eye and great pigmentation while still blending out easily. Surprisingly buildable in intensity. I feel like versatile is not the way to describe this palette overall; it's definitely got a very defined niche that it delivers spectacularly. It's gotten me to really consider getting some bigger palettes with these kinds of olive shades someday in the future, as I really find it a unique, enjoyable little thing to have. The size is only another bonus - I adore a compact product!

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Tags: highly-pigmented, easy-to-apply, long-wearing, easy-to-use-product, great-value, travel-friendly
Skin Tone: Light - Undertone: Olive