Hi Darlings, today’s post is going to be the review and swatch of the Natasha Denona Sunset Palette.
You guys don’t even know how excited I am to have this palette, as I said in Monday’s post I just bought the palette on an INSANE sale Sephora Italia was doing.
If we scroll back to a year ago, I said in this post that I wanted this palette so badly but I would never spend 129$ to buy it so the sale was pretty much my occasion to finally get it.
You can get this palette from sephora.com for 129$.
The packaging is all leather and it’s very lux. It has a big mirror and it’s quite heavy but a lot smaller than I thought it would be.
The shade names are on this plastic cover that’s super uncomfortable and I really don’t like it. Was it so hard to put the name under each shade like everyone else does?
PIGMENTATION & FORMULA
All the shades have a medium to high pigmentation, they are really creamy and easy to blend. They don’t have much fall down which is unreal, even the glitters.
Overall the formula is great, I’m not going to lie, it’s incredibly easy to work with and I love that the shades don’t blend together.
What I mean is, after you put plenty on you can still see them clearly. With the majority of affordable palettes, all the shades blend together and become a big muddy mess while here everything is seamless.
The only downside for me is that they are all very similar shades. Sinai, Terra and Horizon are pretty much identical and same goes with Bronzage and Aubade. Also Morgana and Mandarine once they are on they are very similar.
All the shades blend easily with brushes. I like to put shimmers on with my finger but these work perfectly even with a brush.
I’ve used Terra in the crease, Vulcano in the outer corner, Morgana on the lid and Ice Gold in the inner corner.
I’ve used Horizon and Panjin in the crease, Igneous and Vulcano in the outer corner. Atmosphere all over the lid and Sol and Sundazed in the inner corner. Lastly, I’ve used Horizon and Igneous on the lower lashline.
With a primer, they last about 8 hours before creasing.
- Colour: 7/10
- Longevity: 9/10
- Application: 10/10
- Formula: 10/10
- Pigmentation: 10/10
- Packaging: 6/10
This palette is not worth the price if I’d have paid full price I’d be very pissed. I really don’t like the packaging, the plastic cover with the shade names is very annoying. This probably bothers me more because I’m a blogger and I need shade names, it might not be a deal-breaker for you. The shades are also too similar for it to be worth it. Guarantee the quality is unreal, same with application and lasting power but if I pay 129$ for a palette I want it to be perfect and this isn’t. Again, it’s not a bad palette and I don’t regret buying it but I’m glad it was discounted because it isn’t worth that price.
I really hope you guys enjoyed it, don’t forget to like, comment and share to let me know all your thoughts and if you have any question.
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