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Saturday, 8 August 2020

Natasha Denona Bronze Palette - worth the hype?


Natasha Denona Bronze Palette - worth the hype?


I'm not even going to try to make any excuses for buying this palette - no, I didn't need it but yes, I wanted it! Life's too short not to treat yourself (within reason - it's an eyeshadow palette, not a car!). I'm glad that this is one of her smaller palettes, which makes it more accessible to most people - I'd imagine that this size and her mini palettes are her bestsellers now. As soon as I saw the preview of this palette, there was no doubt it would be mine as bronze shadows really make my green eyes pop, but actually bronze is a shade that suits eye colours so I doubt there's anyone who wouldn't enjoy this palette. So, ladies and gentlemen, let's get into my thoughts on the Natasha Denona Bronze Eyeshadow Palette. There are other products in the line (a face palette and lip glosses but none appealed to me, thankfully for my bank balance!).

As I said, this is one of her medium sized palettes, with the more reasonable price of £60, as opposed to the ones over £100. Unlike her larger palettes, this is housed in a sturdy, hard plastic case - perfect for travelling (like that will be happening any time soon with the way the world is!). Inside the lid is a large mirror and the case holds 15 shadows in 3 rows of 5. They are all new shades with a mixture of mattes, duo-chromes and metallics.


Natasha Denona Bronze Palette - worth the hype?, Natasha Denona Bronze Palette Review & Swatches
Swatches are completely unedited.


Row One:

True Copper: As the name suggests, a true copper that errs slightly on the darker side. Metallic finish.

Suntan: A medium matte brown.

Sundown: A pale matte orange - tan shade.

Deep Dive: A very deep burgundy-toned brown with a satin finish.

Rhodium: A medium purple duo-chrome.




Natasha Denona Bronze Palette - worth the hype?, Natasha Denona Bronze Palette Review & Swatches
Swatches are completely unedited.



Row Two:

Magma: A deep red-brown matte.

High Degree: A red-toned copper with a metallic finish.

Alloy: A medium orange-toned copper with a metallic finish.

Ridge A light-medium brown/tan shade with a matte finish.

True Bronze: A light golden bronze with a metallic finish.




Natasha Denona Bronze Palette - worth the hype?, Natasha Denona Bronze Palette Review & Swatches
Swatches are completely unedited.

Row 3:

Gleaming: A deep coral with a metallic finish.

Palladium: A medium golden bronze with a metallic finish.

Bliss: A pinky coral duo-chrome.

Silk:A light golden bronze metallic.

Beach: A medium peachy/tan/brown matte hybrid.


Every time I use this palette, I fall more in love with it. It is sheer perfection; everything from the shade range, the pigmentation, the ease of application, and the wear time cannot be faulted. Every single shade is wearable. Natasha has nailed it with this palette - I have around 13/14, maybe even more of Natasha's palette, but this and the Metropolis are my favourites, by a mile! If you have yet to try one her palettes, this wold be a great place to start.

Are you tempted by this palette (or have you already bought it)?


Available from Natasha Denona, Cult Beauty, Look Fantastic, Beautylish, Feel Unique and Sephora.

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