Have you ever felt that once in awhile an exceptional cosmetic brand is born, and the result is their new products totally blow you away! Every one of Natasha’s eyeshadow palettes, blushers, and highlighters blow me away. Natasha’s New Fall Lila Eyeshadow Palette is no exception. The 15 purple-inspired eyeshadows include bold plums, and berries mixed with coordinating neutrals. There is a purple for everyone. Furthermore, each shade contains one of her four signature shadow textures. I believe, most of all, no brand can stand up these formulas, shades and textures. Natasha Denona created this makeup, because, as makeup artist she wanted her product to be easy to use. The makeup line was created for any skill level to use easily, beginners and professionals alike.
Lila Eyeshadow Palette Ingredients and Finishes
Natasha’s four classic eye shadow textures are her signature finishes:
The colors in the palette work well for all skintones. The colors are soft, smooth and richly pigmented, therefore, they’ll glide on and blend impeccably. The shades are buildable, and, as a result, you can create a bold look for nighttime, or you can tone it down for a softer look for daytime. They last all day without creasing or fading.
Per Se – a smokey purple-grey with a matte finish
Viola – a medium fuchsia-violet with a metallic finish
Amara – a medium brown-berry in a matte finish
Cyclone- a bronze-copper with a pink highlight in a duo-chrome finish
Nude Vino – a medium nude-grape in a matte finish
Layla – a dark grey mauve in a metallic finish
Amethyst – a medium bright violet in a metallic finish
Magnetic – a medium-bright fuchsia in a metallic finish
Magnolia – a sheer, warm champagne in a chroma crystal finish
Nude – a medium mauve in a matte finish
Juneau- a light lavender sheer metallic
Livid – a medium lilac with a silver-blue highlight in a duo-chrome finish
Purpure – a medium burgundy in a metallic finish
Dragon Bite – a medium red with a green highlight in a duo-chrome finish
Hello – a light-pastel nude-rose in a metallic finish
These shades can all be applied with an eyeshadow brush, and also your fingertips. All of the shimmer shades work best when applied with your fingertips, because fallout will be limited. Furthermore, shimmer and glitter shades work best when applied over glitter glue. Finally, use a dense precision brush to apply glitter and shimmer shades. The Lila Palette shadows are created using pressed pigments rather than other ingredients that would create a less pigmented shadow.
Every one of the fifteen shades are creamy and consequently they don’t crease or flake. The formula glides on the eye because it has the opacity of a cream, yet their silky blendability is that of a powder. The colors are as true on the eyelid much as how they look in the pan. The Natasha Denona Lila Palette ($129) is a luxury brand eyeshadow palette with top notch quality shadows.
I have been a huge fan of this brand since they launched in the US last year. I own so many of her palettes, it is hard for me to reach for anything else. The tones are beautiful, the combinations are endless, and it is an easy palette than anyone can use. It is a fun, exciting palette that is perfect for the fall ( which begins tomorrow!)
I would love you to tell me your thoughts on this stunning fall palette in the comment section below. What other palettes are you loving right now? Have a wonderful Fall!