New, Limited Edition, Natasha Denona Circo Loco Eyeshadow Palette is colorful. In fact, this new palette is her most colorful Natasha Denona eyeshadow palette in her repertoire of eyeshadow palettes. And there are a lot of eyeshadow palettes in that group! Furthermore, inspiration for the creation of the Circo Loco Palette comes from the colorful, lively circus performers. As a result, if you love to play with colors, lots of colors, then this is the palette for you. Certainly, it is the perfect palette for me. I love color! And, I’m so tired of the same old pink, rose and beige palettes.
Above all, the Circo Loco Palette is a refreshing change. Even more, the 15 shade palette includes oranges, pinks, purples, and blues. Also, the shades come in the ND classic matte and metallic formulas.
You can find the Circo Loco Eyeshadow Palette at Sephora, Beautylish and on the Natasha Denona Website. Also the Circo Loco Palette (total weight of 15 shadows- 1.323 oz. / 37.5g) costs $129.I know that you are asking why some 15 shade palettes cost $65, and others cost $129. In fact, this is an easy answer. First, there are two different types of 15 shade palettes. On one hand, the small size 15 shade palette has a much smaller pan size. Therefore, the $65 palettes, like the Biba Palette,( 0.67 oz. / 19.25g) costs $65 and the Glam Palette,( 0.67 oz / 19.25g) costs $65. On the other hand, the large size 15 shade palette, like Natasha Denona Triochrome Palette , is the larger pan size palette. Therefore the Triochrome Palette costs $129.
The Natasha Denona Circo Loco Eyeshadow Palette Packaging
To begin with, the outer box and the cover of the compact, have a pastel harlequin design. Also, the design includes the four color theme of the palette : blue, purple, orange and pink. In addition, the rest of the plastic compact is powder blue. Then, the back of the palette has 15 holes, where the shadows would be. These holes allow you to stick a point in the hole, and take an eyeshadow pan out. In this way, you can make your own arrangement. Or, you may want to put a shade from another ND palette in this palette.
Next, the compact has a magnetic closure. Inside, on one side, the has a full-sized mirror. On the other side, are the fifteen eyeshadows in their pans.
Finally, Natasha Denona created an iconic palette concept. For example, the shades can be combined horizontally. In this way, you’ll have 3 complete five-pan eyeshadow palettes. And, there is more, create looks working with the palette in vertical rows of three. Then, you could work with diagonals of three, or quads of four, to create different looks.
The Formula For The Natasha Denona Circo Loco Eyeshadow Palette
First, Natasha Denona designs the shades and formulas by hand. The formula includes the matte and the new cream powder formula. Even more, the formula is made with the highest quality, pure color pigments. Also included are dazzling chroma crystals, and luminous mineral pearls. As a result, the shadows are smooth, buttery and hydrating. Therefore, the shades seamlessly blend together. Furthermore, this iconic formula gives you maximum color payoff.
Finally, the formula has no talc, parabens, or phthalates. In addition, the formula is cruelty free and allergen free.
The Natasha Denona Circo Loco Eyeshadow Shades
Each color story has a deep shade, a dark shade, a medium shade and a light shade.
Top Row Across Circo Loco Eyeshadow Palette : firework, razzle dazzle, acrobat, snow cone and cotton candy
First, firework, a vibrant orange shade, has a creamy matte finish. One way to wear this vibrant orange shade is in your crease. Also, wear firework in the outer corners of your eyes. Even more, you can wear this shade on your eyelids.
Second, razzle dazzle, a vibrant fuschia shade, has a sparkling metallic finish. First, you can wear this metallic fuschia shade on your eyelids. Also, wear it in your crease. And, wear it as a transition shade.
Third, acrobat, a cobalt blue shade, has a creamy matte finish. One way I would use this shade is as an editorial eyeliner, drawing cobalt blue lines in the crease, on the upper eyelids, and on the lower lash lines.
Fourth, snow cone, a frosty sky blue shade, has a creamy matte finish. Wear this cool frosty blue shade all over your eyelids. Also, I would love this shade on the inner third of your eyelid.
Fifth, cotton candy, an icy pastel pink shade, has a creamy matte finish. First, wear this icy pink pastel shade as a base shade. Also, you can use this as a transition shade. Then, I would wear razzle dazzle to line and define the eyes. Even more, wear razzle dazzle as your crease shade.
Middle Row Circo Loco Eyeshadow Palette : electric, grin, cannon, flip, and fun-tomime
One, electric, a royal blue shade, has a metallic finish. To begin with, wear electric as an eyeshadow, all over your eyelids. Or, wear it on the outer third of your eyelids. Also, you can try this in the crease of your eyes. Even more, use it to line your lower lash lines.
Two, grin, a vintage gold shade, has a metallic finish. I’m loving this shade as a highlighter, on the brow bone and on the inner corners of your eyes. Also, wear this shimmering gold shade on the inner third of your eyelids. Last, dab it in the center of your eyelids to make your eyes pop.
Three, cannon, a vintage bronze shade, has a metallic finish. For one thing, this vintage bronze shade leans toward the orange side. First, you can use cannon as a highlighter, Also, I would wear this vintage bronze shade as an eyeliner, to line my lower lash lines. Also, you can wear it on your eyelids. Even more, pop it on the center of your eyelids to make your eyes pop.
Four, flip, an electric medium teal shade, has a metallic finish. This teal shade is one of my favorites! First, you can wear this shade on your eyelids. Also, I would do an editorial line look, crating a thin line in my crease, on my eyelids, and line my lower lash lines with this shade.
Five, fun-tomime, an aqua pastel blue shade, has a creamy matte finish. First, wear this aqua pastel shade as a base shade for your eyes. Next, you can use this shade as a transition shade.
Bottom Row Circo Loco Eyeshadow Palette : spiral, magic, aerialist, act, and joker
First, spiral, an orange shade, has a metallic finish. This orange shade looks darker in the pan than it does in a swatch. First, you can wear this shade all over your eyelids. Or wear this on the inner third of your eyelids. Also, you can use this shade to transition your crease shade. And, you could wear it as your crease shade.
Second, magic, a vibrant blue-purple, has a creamy matte finish. First, this vibrant purple shade would make a great smokey eye. WEar it on your eyelids, or the outer third of your eyelids. Also, wear it in the outer corners of your eyes. Then, smoke it out! Also, you can wear it in your crease and the outer corners of your eyes. Finally, use a damp brush and line your lower lash lines with this blue-purple shade.
Third, aerialist, a frosty pastel lavender shade, has a metallic finish. I love this shade all over the eyelids. Also, you can wear this as a vibrant highlighter, in the inner corners of your eyes, and on your brow bones. Then, put magic in your crease, and the outer corners of your eyes.
Fourth, act, a deep vibrant violet shade, has a metallic finish. First, I love this shade on the eyelids. Also, wear this deep violet shade in your crease. Or, line your upper and lower lash lines with act. And, you can create a smokey eye with this deep violet shade.
Fifth, joker, a vibrant pink shade, has a creamy matte finish. This shade is a wow! WEar this on your eyelids, such as the outer third of your lid. Also, do an editorial eye with this vibrant pink matte shade. Draw thin lines to outline your eyelids in your crease, and upper lash lines. Bring the pink shade out to make a cats eye.
My Final Thoughts On The Natasha Denona Circo Loco Eyeshadow Palette…..
I love this palette because it is different from all of the other Natasha Denona Palettes! This one has lots and lots of color. It has been a really drab year. Half the time we haven’t worn any makeup at all. The no makeup makeup look came in handy during these times. Now, things are starting to change. Furthermore, aren’t you tired of wearing sweatpants everyday? It is fun to play with colors for a change! Natasha’s shades are some of the best, especially since her formulas are so creamy and luxurious. I recommend this palette if you are looking to spice things up, and wear some color. These shades and finishes are exceptional.
Do you have lots of nude palettes? So do I. Also, I am so tired of the same rose, pink palettes! They were fun and different for a while. Now, the look is starting to get monotonous. Are you ready for some color? Let me know what you think in the comments box below!