Hi Darlings, today’s post is going to be the review and swatch of the Natasha Denona Mini Love Eyeshadow Palette.
This palette was a gift with purchase and it’s not one I would have purchased myself because I don’t think it’s very cohesive.
That being said, I also think that the quality of ND Mini palettes is far superior to her big ones, so if you like the colours this might be a good option for you.
You can buy it here for 25$
This palette has 5 shades (the names are soooo cute).
- You (mauvey rose gold)
- Are (matte antique lilac)
- My (matte aubergine)
- True (icy pastel pink)
- Love (metallic medium pink)
The packaging is nice and practical. It’s not too fancy but it has a magnetic closure and it’s very sturdy.
It’s smaller than you’d think but I like how compact it is, I never finish eyeshadows so I don’t mind that the shades are tiny.
PIGMENTATION & FORMULA
The formula is quite soft and smooth especially when you swatch it, it has medium pigmentation. You have to build up the colour a little but I love that in an eyeshadow.
They aren’t patchy and the colour selection is beautiful but not really cohesive in my opinion. I don’t like these shades together. That being said I’ve seen some looks on her Instagram with this palette and they are amazing.
I absolutely LOVE how the shades blend together, you can see the separation between each shade but the effect still looks seamless.
The formula of the glitter is a bit hard but that prevents most of the fallout which is amazing for glitter.
The only real problem I have is that the second shade is completely different on the eyes than it is in the pan. It looks lilac in the pan but on the eyes is a corally pink. So random.
All the shades blend easily with brushes but I prefer to use my finger for the glitter.
With a primer, they last about 10 hours before creasing.
- Colour: 8/10
- Longevity: 10/10
- Application: 9/10
- Formula: 8/10
- Pigmentation: 8/10
- Packaging: 8/10
This palette is really nice. The packaging is pretty, it blends like a dream, with barely any fallout. I’m incredibly impressed by the lasting power too. Now I know it’s an expensive palette for what it is, do you need it? Of course, no. But if you are like the tones, I’d say go for it.
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