Natasha Denona Coral Palette is the newest edition to the Natasha Denona 5 pan eyeshadow collection. First of all, the Coral Palette features this year’s Pantone Color of the year. Living Coral, Pantone Shade 16-1546, is a vibrant, yet mellow, vivid coral shade. Moreover, the shade “embraces with warmth and nourishment to provide us with comfort and buoyancy in our continually shifting environment!” Furthermore, Living coral” encourages light hearted activity. Also, it symbolizes our need for optimism and joyful pursuits. And, it embodies our desire for playful expression.” As a result, Natasha Denona’s 5 multi-use coral shades will create classic daytime looks. In addition, these shades will also create sparkling glam – eye looks. Above all, Natasha created the Coral Palette for Autumn 2019.
Natasha Denona Coral Palette Packaging
First of all, I am in love with the ND outer box. For one thing, it is iridescent. When it hits the light, you’ll see holographic hints of red, yellow, green, blue and purple! Although, the color of the box is coral.
Next, the palette is Natasha Denona’s full-size five pan palette. And, the plastic palette is strong and sturdy. Also, the lid to the palette is clear. As a result, you can see all five shades in their pans!
Finally, look on the back of the compact. Do you see that there are five squares all in a row? In fact, these squares represent the five shades in the palette. As a result, each square has the color and number of each shade. Finally, the squares are in the same order as the shadows in the palette. And, the palette has a hinge closure.
Natasha Denona Coral Palette Formula
The legendary Natasha Denona formula, concentrated, saturated , pigments, have pure color. Furthermore, the shadows are minerals and pearls. As a result, the shadow application is smooth, and long-lasting.Moreover, Botanical Oils create the shadows’ creamy texture. Also important, there is very little, if any, fallout! In addition, the formula is easy to apply and easy to blend. And, it comes in three finishes. First, the creamy matte finish, an opaque, no shine to it, color that has a creamy feel. Second, the metallic finish, a reflective finish, has a metal-like gleam. Last, Natasha’s famous duo-chrome finish, shade-shifting pearls, has a metallic finish.
Natasha Denona Coral Palette Shades
To start with, Kai, a coral champagne shade, has a metallic finish. I love this shade on the inner corners of your eyes. Also, use it as a highlighter on your brow bones. Finally, you can also use it as a highlighter on your cheek bones. Yes, this shade look soft and beautiful on your face.
Second, Lyria, a coral-pink shade, has a creamy matte finish. First, I would wear Lyria as a crease shade. Also, Lyria makes a great transition shade. You can also wear it on the outer corners of your eyes. In fact, you can wear Lyria all by itself, all over your lids, crease, and lower lash lines.
Next, Abalone , an iridescent pink/lavender, has a blue flip duo-chrome finish. I know you are saying to yourself “what does Abalone have to do with coral?” First, Abalone looks create, and is compatible with all of the shades in the Coral Palette! Some ways I would wear Abalone is on the eyelids, and on the inner corners of your eyes. Also, Abalone looks great on top of the matte shades in this palette.
Then, Dakota, a rust-red shade, has a creamy matte finish. First, wear Dakota all by itself. That means, make an all Dakota eye. So, you would use it in the crease, on your eyelids, and on your lower lash lines. Voila, there is your look! Although, you can just use it in your crease. Also, use it on the outer corners of your eyes. In addition use it on your lower lash lines.
Finally, Lola, a warm raspberry shade, has a metallic finish. I love Lola mixed with Dakota. For example, I would put Dakota in my crease. Then I would use Lola on the inner half of my eyelids. Then, I would use Dakota on the outer corners of my eyelids. I would use Abalone on the inner corners of my eyes. And, I would use Dakota to line my lower lash lines.
Natasha Denona Coral Palette Last But Not Least…….
First, the Natasha Denona Coral Palette is compatible with most of Natasha’s other palettes. You just have to play around with them. For example, try the Natasha Denona Mini Nude Palette, Camel Palette, and the Neutrals Biba Palette. The Coral Palette Shades will add some spice neutral shades in these three palettes. Also, try it with Natasha’s Sunrise Palette, and Matte Safari Palette. I think some of the shades would even go with Natasha’s Mini Lila Palette.
Above all, I love the Coral Palette. The reason is it is a fresh look at the color combinations in this palette. Moreover, I love that you can combine these shades. Also, you can wear the shades by themselves. And you can effortlessly blend them together.
Finally, this is the ultimate autumn/Fall eyeshadow palette.
What do you like about the Coral Palette? Let me know what you think in the comments below.
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