I am so excited to show you the brand new, Limited Edition, Natasha Denona Glam Face – Eye & Cheek Palette. The Palette comes in two colorways. First, Light is for light to medium skin tones. Second, Dark is for medium to deep skin tones. I purchased both, since I am in between the two colorways. Both palettes includes eyes, and cheeks in universal neutral tones. Also, there are a couple of firsts for this palette. Very exciting, it is the debut of a brand new Natasha Denona Palette Size! Even more, the packaging is luxurious, has never been seen before. Also, even though Natasha makes all her shades by hand, for the first time she borrowed Technology from the Japanese. Japanese Technology delivers an extreme glow.
First, the outer boxes are in light metallic gold, and deep metallic bronze. Also, the palettes are the same, the deep shade comes in a bronze metallic plastic case. And, the light shade comes in a lighter, gold metallic plastic case. To open the case, lift up the lid. Then, to close the case, press down on the lid. The Palette has a magnetic closure, so once you press down on the lid, the magnet grabs the lid, and the strong magnet shuts the compact.
Inside, underneath the lid, is a full-sized mirror. On the other side of the palette are the shades. First, on the top of the palette are two rectangular pans. The pan on the left is the cream blush. Then, the pan on the right is the highlighter. Even more, a plastic,see-through, lid covers these two shades, to protect the shades and the rest of the palette from getting dirty. Below the clear plastic are the five eyeshadow shades. Finally, this all-over-palette is perfect for travel, and for creating everyday looks.
Natasha Denona creates her eyeshadows, making them by hand. First, she uses richly pressed pigments, that give maximum color payoff with minimal effort. As a result, you can create vibrant, ultra-pigmented looks. Even ore, the pigments are buttery, smooth and hydrating. The shades are created with the highest quality, pure. color pigments, dazzling chroma crystals, and luminous mineral pearls.The shades blend easily and seamlessly. Also, the Star Glow Highlighter, in both palettes, features a brand new formula that utilized Japanese Technology. As a result, the highlighter delivers an extreme glow. Last, the formula leaves your skin with optimal texture, and all day comfortable wear. Also, cruelty-free, and paraben-free.
The Glam Face Palette Light Shades
The Light Glam Face Palette features a cream blush, an extreme glow highlighter and five eyeshadow shades. Therefore, all you need to add is foundation, lipstick, and some mascara. It really does give you a full face of makeup.
First, Cream Blush, a neutral pink shade, has a matte finish. Use a blush brush, brush the blush on the apples of your cheeks, in a circular motion, and you can brush it upwards and into your temples.
Next, Star Glow, a light champagne shade, has a metallic finish. Use your finger or a highlighter brush, and brush your upper cheekbones for an exceptional glow.
First, the Inner Corner, a light nude shade, has a metallic finish. Use a brush, a damp brush, or the tip of your finger to apply this shade on the inner corners of your eyes.
Second, Transition, a nude pink shade, has a matte finish. Wear this shade to transition colors, and even out seams. Do this with an eyeshadow brush. I would use this shade all over your eyelids, as a base shade, using a brush.
Third, Crease, a medium nude shade, has a matte finish. Use an eyeshadow brush to apply this shade into your crease.
Fourth, Outer Corner, a nude rose gold shade, has a metallic finish. Wear this on the outer third of your eyes, and on the outer corners of your eyes.
Fifth, Smoke, a dark brown shade, has a matte finish. Use an eyeshadow brush and line your lower lash lines with the smoke shade. Also, layer this shade on top of the crease shade to add more definition in your crease at night.
The Glam Face Palette Dark Shades
First, Cream Blush, a dusty coral shade, has a matte finish. Using a brush, circular motions, apply the blush to the apples of your cheeks. Also, you can carry it up to your temples. I like to put some on the outer part of my brow bones.
Second, Star Glow, a medium champagne shade, has a metallic finish. Use a highlighter brush, or your finger, and apply the highlighter to your upper cheek bones.
First, the Outer Corner, a rosewood brown shade, has a metallic finish. Apply with an eyeshadow brush, or your finger, and pat and press into the outer corners of your eyes.
Second, Transition, a medium warm brown shade, has a matte finish. Use an eyeshadow brush, and apply the transition shade all over your eyelids. Also, use this shade to smooth out seams between two shades.
Third, Smoke, a deep brown shade, has a matte finish. Use an eyeshadow brush, line your upper lash line, and smoke it out. Also, line your lower lash lines.
Fourth, Inner Corner, a warm taupe shade, has a metallic finish. Use an small eyeshadow brush, or your finger, and apply the inner corner shade in your inner corner. Press and pat.
Fifth, Crease, a mahogany shade, has a matte finish. Apply the crease shade, using an eyeshadow brush, in your crease.
Finally, in my opinion, the Light Palette is for the fairest of the fairs, the lightest of the lights, and the light to medium skin tones. I still have the remnants of a tan, and the colors were too light for my skin tone, and I’m a medium skin tone with neutral undertones. The Dark palette would look amazing on medium, medium -tan, tan dark and deep complexions. These are neutral eye and face palettes. As a result, you can easily create a daytime look. For nightime, you ‘ll need to step things up, layer, and blend, pat and press, to create more of an impact.