Natasha Denona Coral Palette!

Purchased by me

Natasha Denona has won my heart this year. I have her Mini Nude and Mini Star Palettes and I’ve just added the Coral Palette to my collection.

To be honest, I was a little disappointed. The pretty shimmery lilac duochrome shade drew me in, yet it isn’t very sheer. It is definitely more of a topper or overcoat. Truth be told, I let the palette sit until now.

Last week I decided to try it out and I really, really like the shades! The five-pan palette is a mix of mattes, metallics and one dazzling duochrome. Leaving the palette until fall wasn’t such a bad idea, the colors work well for the season.

Shades are:

Kai–  Coral champagne with a metallic finish

Lyria–  Coral pink with a matte finish

Abalone–  Iridescent lilac with a duo chrome finish

Dakota-  Rust red with a matte finish

Lola–  Warm raspberry with a metallic finish

Natasha Denona Coral Palette Swatches

All the shades are well coordinated and have good pigmentation (minus Alabone). The matte shades, Lyria and Dakota have a nice velvety texture, are color rich and blend nicely.

Kai is a beautiful medium warm peach with a pearly finish. It brightens eyes and makes them shine! Lyria is a lovely matte coral I like to use in the crease to make my blue eyes stand out. As I’ve said, Alabone is best used as a sparkly topper, especially in the center of the lid. Dakota is a matte rust that is great for deepening the crease or the outer corner. Lola is a stunner, a warm metallic raspberry with a bit of copper. Reddish shades are typically hard for me to wear, but this one is actually flattering!

Natasha Denona Coral Palette

For this look, I placed Lyria in the crease, Kai on the lid and Dakota on the outer crease and under the lower lash line. I used a white shimmer for the brow bone. With a primer, these shadows will last all day and not fade or crease.

Natasha Denona Coral Eye

The shades in the palette are beautifully unique and lend themselves to chic, sophisticated looks. I so underestimated this palette! Glad I finally got around to trying it!

Bottom Line: the Natasha Denona Coral Eyeshadow Palette was a lovely surprise for me. It has good performance, unique shades and provides lots of polished looks!