The best palettes to have in your collection should be able to take you from daytime and work to nighttime’s date, and glam events. To begin with, the newest Natasha Denona Neutrals Biba Palette has 15 of your most essential shades. Moreover, it is a curated, all neutral, palette. Furthermore, it has warm, cool and neutral tones. In addition, there are mattes, metallic, and cream to powder textures. Also, the new all neutral palette has made its way to ND’s permanent collection.
Do you need it?
Three reasons why I think you need it. First, if you need all these shades, even if you have some of them, in one palette. Second, if you are in love with ND’s breakthrough formula, you need it! Third, if you need to use certain shades, the holes in the back of the palette allow you to remove the shades you want. Then, you can put them in a smaller, magnetic palette. In this way, the shades become travel friendly.
Natasha Denona Neutrals Biba Palette Packaging
First, let’s talk pan size. Natasha’s regular palettes, not the minis, are a hefty size, weighing 2.5 grams, 0.80 oz. Next, the ND shadow layout design occurs in threes. In other words, any combination of three shades goes together. This is true for all of her large palettes. For example, three shadows across, down or criss cross, work together to create a look.
Another thing I love about the ND palette are the holes in the back of the palette. Did you ever wonder why there are holes in the back of the palettes? At first, I thought it was just a design. I’m not that clever! That’s why Natasha designs eye shadow palettes, and I don’t! The wholes in the back make it easy to pop out the shadows.
In addition, I appreciate that the palette compact, made out of durable plastic, is strong. As a result, it would be difficult to destroy this palette, unless you ran over it with your car.
Finally, the compact has a full-sized, large mirror.
Natasha Denona Neutrals Biba Palette Formula
Natasha Denona eyeshadow formula is a break-through formula. First, the ingredients include super-concentrated pigments and finely milled minerals. Additionally, moisturizing botanical oils create the super creamy texture. As a result, the shadows feel buttery. Furthermore, they blend together beautifully with almost no effort. There is a bit of kickback from the palette. And, there is some fallout when you apply the shadows. However, that isn’t a big deal. Even the best of eyeshadows have fallout!
The cream to powder shadows feel like skin. Furthermore, they look like they just melted in your skin. Last, the matte shadows are creamy.
Natasha Denona Neutrals Biba Palette Shades
Row 1 Left to Right
First, Rustic is a copper shade with a metallic finish.
Next, Prairie, a camel shade, has a matte finish.
Cocco, a dark burgundy, has a matte finish.
Freckle, an antique nude shade has a matte finish.
Last, Shine, a champagne shade has a metallic finish.
Row 2 Left to Right
First, Pasha, a red shade, has a matte finish.
Next, Monroe, a pink champagne shade has a metallic finish.
Also, Rayon, a medium burgundy shade, has a matte finish. However, since Rayon is one of the colors that are a cream to powder, it leaves a slight sheen.
Buff, an antique pink shade, has a matte finish.
Last, Tone, another cream to powder shade, is a clay color that has a matte finish with a slight sheen.
Row 3 Left to Right
First, Seed, a chocolate brown shade, has a matte finish.
Next, Tor, another cream to powder shade, is a dark grey-brown shade with a matte finish with a slight sheen.
Also, Sculpture, a light grey shade, has a matte finish.
Spot is jet black shade. Also, Spot is a cream to powder shade that has a matte finish with a slight sheen.
Finally, Tusk, a light beige shade, has a matte finish.
Natasha Denona Neutrals Biba Palette Last But Not Least………
Remember to keep in mind the palette layout. Start looking for rows, up, down and across, with groups of three. Next, see which looks you’ll create with these groupings. In addition, look for color stories that are wearable for daytime, and nighttime. This palette is foolproof! Moreover, if you wear neutrals most of the time, this palette is a no brainer! Finally, if your obsessed with ND Palettes, like I am, this palette is a must-have! That means, you need it!