I am a huge Natasha Denona makeup fan! Whenever a new Natasha Denona product becomes available, I’m on it! In fact, not only do I love her eye shadow palettes, also love her blush palettes. Interestingly, Natasha’s appeal is world-wide. However, she calls Israel her home. Typically, Natasha creates colorful, rich pigmented eye shadows. In fact, her latest mini palette, the Lila Mini Eye Shadow Palette has vibrant purples and blues that look like precious gemstones. However, the inspiration for her newest palette, the Natasha Denona Camel Eye Shadow Palette, came from the Israeli desert!
Natasha loves the Sandy, tan-toned shades of Israel. In addition, when you think about the desert, what pops into your mind? Camels! Do you think I’m over-analyzing? Maybe! What is more, this is a go anywhere palette. You can create a casual matte look, or a metallic smoky look with the five shades in the palette. For me, it is the perfect palette for every day.
Natasha Denona Camel Eye Shadow Palette Packaging
To begin with, the palette design is sleek. First, the palette comes packaged in a plastic compact.
Moreover, it has a clear, see-through cover. However, even though the size makes it travel friendly, the palette doesn’t have a mirror or an applicator. As a result, you’ll need to bring a mirror. Also you’ll need to include a few eye shadow brushes.
Natasha Denona Camel Eye Shadow Palette Formula
The first time I tried Natasha Denona Eye Shadows, they had me at “hello”! To begin with her formula is outstanding.
First, the pigments are rich and beautiful. Another well known fact is Natasha’s shadows are softer and creamier than most other brands. As a result, the shadows are easy to apply and easy to blend. And, there is minimal shadow fallout.. Finally, the shadows are long-wearing.
Natasha Denona Camel Eye Shadow Palette Shades
What makes the Camel Palette stand out from other neutral palettes? The matte shades have yellow undertones. All of my neutral palettes are warm toned. However, Natasha’s Camel Palette’s shade range is cool-toned.
First, Arrosto is a dark brown shade with yellow undertones, and a matte finish. Use Arrosto as an eye liner. Also, you can create more drama if you use it in your outer corners, and blend out. Additionally, for more drama, use it in your crease.
Next, Dune is a light peach-golden nude with a metallic finish. First of all, use Dune in the inner corners of your eyes. Also, Dune makes a great highlighter, on your eye lid, and brow bone.
Next, Safari is a medium, dusty ochre shade with a matte finish. Use Safari as a transition shade in your crease. Furthermore, use it to underline your lower lashes.
Next, Copper Stone is a rich copper shade with a golden nude reflect in a metallic finish. I love using this shade in the middle of my eyelid . The reason is it makes my eyes pop.
Last, Zand is a medium warm ochre with a matte finish. Use Zand slightly above your crease. Also, line your bottom lashes with Zand.
Natasha Denona Camel Eye Shadow Palette Last But Not Least…………
Sure it’s an expensive palette. You get what you pay for. I know you have a drawer full of brown eye shadow palettes. So do I! But…are any of those browns in cool tones? Or, are they bronze browns. I love the Camel palette because it is Camel, not bronze brown! Furthermore, you can make a lot of gorgeous looks with this palette. For example, you can go from simple, neutral, day looks to gorgeous, dramatic smoky eye looks.
Do you think you like the idea of a cool-toned Camel palette? Or, do you prefer the warm bronze looks you create from the palettes you already have? Let me know what you think in the comments below.