Natasha Denona Lila Eyeshadow Palette
A palette featuring 15 brand new gorgeous eye shadow shades in a combination of warm and cool violets, plums, and fuchsias perfect for every skin tone. Inspired by her love for the purple color scale, Natasha created the Lila Eyeshadow Palette just in time for Fall. This must-have palette includes all four classic eye shadow textures in her signature chroma crystal, creamy matte, metallic, and innovative duo chrome finishes. Use the velvety shades alone or layer together for head-turning, versatile eye looks for day or night. This palette contains:-15 x Eye shadow in Per Se (matte medium smoky purple-grey), Viola (metallic medium fuchsia-violet), Amara (matte medium brown-berry), Cyclone (duo chrome bronze/copper with pink highlight), Nude Vino (matte medium nude-grape), Layla (metallic dark grey mauve), Amethyst (metallic medium bright violet), Magnetic (metallic medium bright fuchsia), Magnolia (chroma crytals light warm champagne), Nude (matte mauve medium), Juneau (sheer metallic light lavender), Livid (duo chrome medium lilac with silver-blue highlight), Puprure (metallic medium burgundy), Dragon Bite (duo chrome medium red with green highlight), Helio (metallic light pastel nude rose) It is formulated Without: - Parabens- Sulfates- Phthalatessee more...
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I have been pretty obsessed with Natasha Denona since I got my first palette - which was the Star Palette for those keeping track. I initially winced at the cost - it seemed a little much for what it was. And being honest, though I loved the look of Star, and I loved the packaging, and the majority of the colors were stupendous, there was a lot of fall-out on some of the glitter shadows - sometimes after using the palette, I'd look like I'd gotten a facial from a unicorn - which left me feeling a little sad at the $180-ish I had spent on it. That is definitely a non-trivial amount of money to spend on a few eye shadows!
However, I persevered. Remember, I'm an addict - and I'm not a quitter, that's for sure! So I bought the Sunset Palette before summer and I loved it - I traveled a bunch for work this summer and it went everywhere I went - it seemed to me to be the perfect palette for summer. Natasha had me hook, line, and sinker.
When the launch of Lila was announced I was SO READY.
And it's everything I wanted it to be. The fallout problem they seemed to have with Star (was I alone there??) seems to have been worked out. The colors are gorgeous, they blend amazingly, and I don't wind up with a pound of glitter on my face.
Is it expensive? It sure is. But you know what? I have really come to believe that in some instances, the extra expense is worth it. And while I find the packaging lovely (it's elegant in its simplicity!), this is not a product to judge by its cover. This product should be judged by the high quality of its shadows, plain and simple. And in this case - you get what you pay for. Keep your candy-box shaped cases, Too Faced, and Urban Decay can keep their "edgy" product names (69! Wow!) - Natasha Denona needs 0 gimmicks, because she sells quality.
As someone who should probably be embarrassed by the amount of product I own - and I really, really mean that - this palette is one of the crown jewels of my collection. There are plenty of looks to be made with this collection of shadows, and again, the quality cannot be denied. I haven't had nearly as much time to play as I would like, but every time I've reached for my brushes in the past couple weeks, I have reached for this palette. And I think anyone who buys it, whether they own one palette or 100, will be doing the same.
If you're itching to try it out, but $129 seems steep, I'd recommend visiting Beautylish.com - this palette is pricey enough that it qualifies for their payment plan - so you can pay for it over three months, but still have the palette in your hot little hands within a couple of days (if even - their shipping is lightning fast, and this little baby will also qualify your for free express shipping)! It's also being sold through Sephora, so if you have the green to cough up, at least you'll get some points towards your next year of Rouge and the usual selection of samples. Now, stop reading this, and go buy this palette. Seriously, I love it, and I feel pretty secure in saying that you will too!
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