To begin with, Natasha Denona released a new Sun palette. This one, the Natasha Denona Sunrise Eyeshadow Palette, has the color story of a sunrise. On the other hand, the Natasha Denona Sunset Palette, and ND Mini Sunset Palette, reflect the color story of a sunset. Are you thinking, is there a difference between the colors of a morning sunrise, and an evening sunset?
Aside from the fact that the sun rises at a different angle than a sunset, and wind, there are differences. However, what really causes the differences doesn’t come from the sun. Instead, the differences come from us, the human element. First, there is pollution. Pollution affects the colors we see in the sunset. To illustrate, pollution clouds the atmosphere. Furthermore, winds change the way we see the colors of sunset. As a result, sunsets appear deeper, and darker than the morning sunrise. Moreover, sunrise occurs when our sight is better, and we see clearly. Also, the air around us is clearer. The reason for this is the winds have died down overnight.
So, the Sunset Palette has a different color story than the new Sunrise Palette. Another difference is the size of the palettes, and the price. First, the size of the Sunset Palette is 1.20 oz. Second, the Sunrise Palette is smaller, and the shades are smaller, at 0.67 oz. As a result, the price is different too! Instead of Paying $129 for the 15 shade palette, you pay half, $65. That is because there is half the amount of shades, and the palette is half the size. In fact, most of us prefer the new size. And, we definitely love the new price!
Natasha Denona Sunrise Eyeshadow Palette Packaging
First of all, the Sunrise packaging is different than the Sunset Palette. First the Sunrise palette’s compact is made from plastic, not faux leather like the Sunset palette. Both palettes have large mirrors. Also, I love that Natasha’s palettes are thin and sleek. Although, the new Sunrise Palette is smaller, therefore, it is more manageable. First, it is easy to hold in your hand. Second, it is more travel-worthy.
Also, the back of the compact has holes so that you can pop a shadow out of the palette. And, remember, Natasha places her shades in groups of three, up and down, sideways, and diagonally. The reason she does this is to help you create different looks.
Last, there is a massive mirror on the inside cover of the compact. Of course, you can choose your own shades too! Play with this palette!!!
Natasha Denona Sunrise Eyeshadow Palette Formula
First, the pigment-packed formula gives you saturated pigments and intense color payoff. These shades are vibrant! Furthermore, Natasha uses the highest quality ingredients. As a result, the colors feel like a cream, have the opacity of a cream, and blend out effortlessly, like a silky powder. In addition, the colors layer well, and never end up looking muddy. There is some fallout with some of the shimmers, and one matte in particular, Clove. However, it is not a big deal.
Natasha Denona Sunrise Eyeshadow Palette Shades
Row 1 Across
First,Poppy (229), a warm burgundy shade, has a metallic finish. Poppy looks great on the crease, the outer corner of the eye, as a transition shade, and on the lower lash line.
Next, Citrine (230), a bright yellow shade, has a creamy matte finish. I would use Citrine as an accent shade. For example, I would use it above the crease shade, near the eyebrow, leaving a little space for a highlighter.
Third, Phlox (231), a crimson red shade has a metallic finish.I like Phlox on the eyelid, or in the crease. Also, wear it on your lower lash line, and the outer corners of your eyes.
Fourth, Awakening (232), an iridescent mauve shade, has a duo-chrome finish. I like awakening in the crease, blended with a matte shade, or used as a transition shade. Furthermore, I would use it to enhance the lower lash line, under a darker liner.
Fifth, Laurel (233), a warm champagne shade, has a metallic finish. Laurel makes a great highlighter. Also, use it in the inner corners of your eyes. You can also layer it with another shade to create more dimension.
Row 2 Across
To start, Aster (234), a deep pink shade, has a duo-chrome finish. First, I love Aster worn on the eyelids. Also, you can use it to line your lower lash lines. Additionally, wear it in your crease, and use it as a transition shade.
Glory (235), a deep berry shade, has a creamy matte finish. I love this berry shade on the outer part of your eyelids, in the outer corners of your eyes, and in the crease. Also, use Glory to line your lower lash lines.
Next, Azalea (236), a red copper shade has a duo-chrome finish. First, I would wear Azalea on the eyelids. Next, use it as a transition shade. Also, use Azalea in your crease. Or, smoke it out from the outer corners of your eyes.
Then, Morgan (237), a peachy-pink shade , has a creamy matte finish. First of all, you can wear Morgan as your base. Furthermore, wherever you need to bring some light to your look.
Last, Agate (238), a golden beige shade, has a metallic finish. I love Agate in the inner corners of your eyes. Also, wear Agate under your brow bone. Finally, dab it in the center of your eyelid to make your eyes pop.
Row 3 Across
Clove (239), a dark, earthy brown shade, has a creamy matte finish. First, clove looks gorgeous in your crease. Also, use clove to define your eye. One, line your lower lash lines with clove. Then, use clove on the outer lid, and the outer corners of your eyes.
Carnelian (240), a deep orange shade , has a creamy matte finish.Carnelian is a cool accent shade. You can use it on the inner part of your eyelids. Also, use it to accent your lower lash line shade. I would like to see Carnelian as a transition shade, to create a sunrise look.
Jasper (241), a deep, rusty red shade has a creamy matte finish. First, I love Jasper in the crease of your eyes. Next, use it in the outer corners of your eyes. Then, use Jasper to line your lower lash lines.
Morning (242) , a warm yellow-apricot shade, has a creamy matte finish. You can wear Morning above your crease, to transition the crease shade. Also, wear it on the inner eyelids.
Finally, Day Spring (243), a golden brown shade, has a metallic finish. One, use Day Spring in your crease, or as a transition shade. Also, you can mix this golden brown shade with another color to create more definition. Also, line the bottom lash lines with Day Spring.
Natasha Denona Sunrise Eyeshadow Palette Last But Not Least…..
To start, I love that the new Sunrise Palette is like an updated version of the Sunset Palette. for example, the Sunset Palette has more brown, yellow and red shades. On the other hand, the Updated, Sunrise Palette has yellow, peach, watermelon colors. The shades are brighter, and not so dark and murky. Don’t get me wrong, I love the Sunset Palette. However, the Sunrise Paleette is the perfect size, and it has the perfect price point. Also, the size of the shadows is perfect, not too little and not too much. Do you really need it? No, not if you have a million other Sunset Palettes. I have the Sunset Palette. Also, Huda’s Desert Dusk Palette has a lot of sunset/sunrise shades. Although, if you want 15 brand new shades to add to your collection, then, maybe you will want to get it!
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