Natasha Denona is the one luxury brand that I cannot live without! The reason is, her eye shadow shades and formulas are gorgeous. And, for this year’s holiday season, Natasha released a lot of new eye shadow palettes. For example, there is the Mini Lila Palette, and the Camel Eye Shadow Palette. Even more, I just received the new Gold Palette. Also, I purchased the new Safari Palette. In addition, The newest one, Natasha Denona Cranberry Eye Shadow Palette reminds me of the eye shadow palettes she had last year for Holiday 2017. For instance, the Cranberry Palette is a mini palette with just five shades. Although, four of the shades are brand new. Furthermore, what could be cooler, and more perfect for the Holiday season than a Cranberry eye shadow palette!?! Above all, this one is gorgeous!
Natasha Denona Cranberry Eye Shadow Palette Packaging
I love the way Natasha packages her five pan palettes. The five pan palettes are plastic. The lids are clear. Therefore, you can see through the plastic, to the colors.
The reason I love the see through palettes is the clear lid makes it easy to see which shades are in which palettes. In fact, you can see all of the shades. Therefore, if you have a few of the five pan palettes, you’ll easily be able to see the shades, without having to open every one of them! It really makes a lot of sense to me. Especially because I am a Natasha Denona eye shadow junkie, and have so many of her palettes. They are user friendly! However, the holiday edition is a little different because it has a gold frame around it. As a result, the colors really stand out, and they twinkle even more!
Natasha Denona Cranberry Eye Shadow Palette Formula
Another great thing about ND is her luxurious formula. Her shadows are buttery soft. Also they have rich pigments so they are vivid and bold. Furthermore, they are easy to blend. As a result, they are easy to apply. Finally, they last a long time, until you wash them off!
Natasha Denona Cranberry Eye Shadow Palette Shades
The four new shades in the palette are Daisy, Sakura, Botanic, and Blossom. Therefore, Nude is a shade that is in Natasha’s permanent collection.
Daisy (190CK) is a cool pink shade with a metallic finish. I like this shade on the eye lids to give you a little shimmer. Also, use Daisy as a highlighter. Next, Sakura (191 CP) is a warm shade of magenta with a matte finish. Magenta looks great in your crease, or on your lash lines to define your eyes. Also, it would make a great smokey eye. Botanic (192M) is a golden coral shade with a metallic finish. First, you can use this shade as an eye lid color. Moreover, use it as an eye shadow topper. And, blend it with another shadow. Blossom (193 CP) is a deep eggplant shade that has a matte finish. I love to use eggplant on the outer corners of my eyes. Of course, you can always smoke it out! Also, it makes a great liner for the upper and lower lash lines.
Finally, Nude(140CP) is a sheer rosy beige that has a sparkling finish. First, use it as a highlighter. Also, you can sheer it out on your eye lids. In addition, Nude is a great shade to blend with another shade!
Natasha Denona Cranberry Eye Shadow Palette Last But Not Least……
Cranberry is a great eye shadow palette for this time of year. First, the colors are deep velvety shades that would look amazing at any holiday event you have. Sometimes it’s fun to change it up, and wear something new and exciting. For instance, you don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars on new clothes. All you have to do is add something new, like an eye shadow shade, or a colored mascara. Even if you put a teensy bit in the corners of your eyes – it can make a big difference!
So, play around with the cranberry shades and have some fun creating new looks. It will make you feel better! Especially in this dark, dreary weather we’ve been having. It’s been so cold, yesterday it snowed! And, it isn’t even winter!
How’s the weather where you are? Thanksgiving is less than a week away. Of course, I’m cooking for my family. And, my family just gets bigger and bigger. And, that’s always a good thing! Write to me in the comment section below. I love it when you stop in to say hi!