Natasha Denona is a fave for many when it comes to palettes, and they’ve done it again with their new Glam Face Palette! Luxury, useful and beautiful colours, it has it all!
Available in 2 options- light and dark, these palettes have everything you need for a face and eye look. And the best part about these palettes is that they are neutral! Yup, a neutral lover’s dream.
What exactly is the Natasha Denona Glam Face Palette? It’s an all-inclusive palette for your face and eyes. The palette features 5 neutral eyeshadow shades and 2 highlighter shades for the face.
They call it 2 highlighter shades, but I think the darker shade looks more like a blusher. However, use it as you please, all of these shades can be mixed and matched!
Makeup is so versatile nowadays that eye products can be used on your face and visa-versa! I love this new approach and more and more brands are adopting it. Multi-functional is the way forward and the Glam Face Palette is exactly that!
The Glam Face Palette comes in 2 options, a lighter palette and a darker one. The 2 palettes are a nice touch, it makes the palettes versatile and suitable for all skin shades and tones.
Inner corner – sparkling metallic universal light nude
Transition – matte light-medium nude pink
Crease – matte medium nude
Outer corner – sparkling metallic medium rose gold nude
Smoke – matte dark neutral brown
Cream blush – matte neutral pink
Star Glow – high shine light champagne
Outer corner – sparkling metallic medium-dark rosewood brown.
Transition – matte medium warm brown.
Smoke – matte deep neutral brown.
Inner corner – sparkling metallic light-medium warm taupe.
Crease – matte medium dark mahogany.
Cream blush – matte medium dusty coral.
Star Glow – high shine medium champagne.
Like all Natasha Denona makeup, these palettes are made with only the best! They give maximum colour payoff with little to no fallout, and they are a dream to blend. They apply seamlessly and smoothly!
The formulas are hydrating for the skin so won’t cause any drying effects. Use these palettes for a day or night look, they are perfect for both!
I love both the light and dark palettes, but with my pale skin, the light palette will work much better for me. Having said that, I do think both palettes would work well on darker skin.
The light palette on darker skin gives a glowing no-makeup makeup look- a look we can’t get enough of at the moment!
Both palettes are cruelty-free and paraben-free.
One of the things I love most about this palette is that it includes everything you need for a full-face look. If you’re fed up with travelling with so many makeup products, or you simply want a more minimalist makeup collection this palette is for you!
It’s an all-in-one inclusive face and eye palette and it happens to have some beautiful shades too! What are your thoughts on the Natasha Denona Glam Face Palettes?
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