The Natasha Denona Eyeshadow Palettes have started to stack up, and I thought for Saturday’s round-up, I’d look back at past palettes released by the brand–both limited edition and permanent–and see how they’ve performed overall. They’re some of the palettes I find myself reaching for if I need something to pair with one-off eyeshadows (say a few single, super metallic eyeshadows or some cream eyeshadows) or for fun.
I’m very excited about the mini 15-pan palettes (Sunrise), and I hope we’ll see more variations from the brand in this form, which is more affordable and still contains plenty of product. There are times when I’ve thought about purchasing the 28-pans because I have very early editions, and I’m curious if there have been some tweaks down the line–the brand has changed their formula noticeably over the years (shimmers are less creamy to the touch but wear better for me, mattes are more substantial, more consistent).
The palettes that I feel like I’ve used the most are: Sunset, Nude, Gold, Cranberry, Biba, Lila (Mini), and Lila, while I don’t feel like I’ve gone back to Tropic much, if at all.