Natasha Denona Star Palette Review

Nov 17

Natasha Denona Star Palette Review

Lets talk about the latest addition to my makeup collection, Natasha Denona Star Palette…If I could, I would just drop my mic here and walk away. However, I really want to review this palette for you guys.

Natasha Denona shadows are LIFE! I have the two 28 shadow palettes and I love them! My feelings for the Star Palette are no different. I feel like a few bloggers didn’t really like the Denona shadows, and honestly, we probably could not be friends. Joking, but not really 😉

 

Natasha Denona Star Palette

 

The Natasha Denona Star Palette consists of 18 new shadows and retails for $169 dollars. I’m not going to sit here and tell you how if you break it down, you’re only paying whatever for each shadow. This palate is EXPENSIVE! But OH EM GEE is it worth it!

There are nine matte and nine shimmery shadows. The shimmery shadows include Spectrum 101K, a dark gold; Bellatrix 103 M, a peachy champagne; Orion DC, a duo chrome blue brown; Atria 107M, an orange gold; Cosmo 109K, a green gold; Galaxia 112K, a pink shimmer; Polaris 116K, a shimmery taupe; and Rhea 118M, a minky orange. In this palette, unlike in the other two, I found that out of the nine shimmers only two shadows have major fallout. The other seven are very pigmented and creamy and do not have a lot of fall out. The shimmery shadows in her previous palettes all have a lot of fall out and one has to be very careful working with them. I attribute this to the fact that Natasha Denona changed the formula of the shadows for this palette.

 

Natasha Denona Star Palette

 

Natasha Denona Star Palette

 

The nine matte shadows include Earth 102CM, a cool dark brown; Flesh 104CM, a fleshy peach; Gemma 106 CM, a dark taupe; Titania 108CM, a taupy light brown; Diadem 110CM, a grey; Vega 11CM, a light pinky peach; Phoenix 113 CM, a burgundy; Supernova 114DC, a cool light brown; Electra 115CM, a bright purple; and Atik 117CM, a light warm brown. Out of these nine, Gemma and Supernova have a slight sheen to them. I would even go as far as calling their texture satin and not matte.

 

Natasha Denona

 

Natasha Denona

 

Natasha Denona

 

Natasha Denona

 

Overall, even with the fact that Galaxia and Polaris have so much fall out, I will give this palette an A. The color selection is great, the pigmentation is wonderful, and one can create many different looks using it. The only color this palette, like all of her palettes, is missing is a black. It contains very good transition colors, like Flesh or Atik, but a black is definitely missing. I still suggest you guys go out and get the Star Palette because it’s GORGEOUS HUNNY!

XO,

Sasha

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