Hello, my pumpkins! Today, I am sharing with you my Natasha Denona sunrise palette review. I purchased this palette a couple of weeks ago and I totally fell in love with it. I love all of the looks I create with it and the eyeshadows just perform so well.
If you want to know my honest thoughts on the sunrise palette then keep on reading and don’t forget to check out my previous post: 3 MAKEUP LOOKS, 1 PALETTE // Sunrise palette by Natasha Denona
Natasha Denona sunrise palette review
This palette retails for 65$ and contains 19.25g of product. It contains 15 eyeshadows, 7 with a matte finish and 8 with a metallic/ duo chrome finish.
Natasha Denona describes this product as “a palette inspired by the warm glow of a morning sunrise, with sunny yellows, crimson corals, earthy browns, and powerful pinks, all made to melt together in perfect harmony”. According to the brand, these eyeshadows are extremely buttery and soft, they blend effortlessly, are really pigmented and give a vibrant pay off. They also add that “the duo-chromes, velvety mattes, and sparkling metallic hues will elevate your senses and inspire you to create your very own radiant works of art”.
(From left to right) Poppy: Crimson bronze with a metallic finish
Citrine: Warm yellow with a matte finish
Phlox: Burnt warm crimson with a metallic finish
Awakening: Lavender nude with a duo chrome and sparkling finish
Laurel: Peachy champagne with a metallic finish
Aster: Violet with a duo chrome and sparkling finish
Glory: Bright Fuchsia with a matte finish
Azalea: Pink copper with a duo chrome and sparkling finish
Morgan: Pastel coral with a matte finish
Agate: Champagne apricot with a metallic finish
Clove: Dark maroon with a matte finish
Carnelian: Burnt light orange with a matte finish
Jasper: Bright terracotta with a matte finish
Morning: Light apricot with a matte finish
Day Spring: Nude bronze with a metallic finish
This palette comes in the most gorgeous hard-plastic red packaging with two different finishes on the front and back. The front of the palette has a matte mirror type of texture with “Natasha Denon Sunrise Palette” written in pink on the side. Whereas the back part of the packaging has a soft matte finish. The packaging is pretty simple but looks and feels extremely luxurious. I absolutely love it. I also love the size of it and the mirror that comes with it. It’s the perfect size for traveling but also for a palette in general. Compared to the Natasha Denona’s original palette, this one is about 2/3 of the size.
Concerning the formula, the eyeshadows perform so wonderfully and exactly as the brand claims it. The matte shades feel very soft and velvety. They blend beautifully on the eyes, are quite pigmented, and look wonderfully blended together. Moreover, they don’t look patchy at all, even the dark shades. I also love how you can easily build up the color but they are insanely pigmented, even the lightest shade like “morning” has a great color pay-off and actually appears on your eyes.
The metallic/duo chrome shades are also so beautiful. They don’t look that intense when applied with a dry brush but they look amazing when you apply them with your fingers or a wet brush.
Concerning the shade selection, I absolutely love the color palette. It’s not unique, in my opinion, but I love it. It’s extremely versatile and goes into the warm tones which I love! You can truly create a lot of different makeup looks with it, from something super orange to something pinker. I love that!
Also, the swatches shown on the brand’s website are, I think, true to what they actually look like so I thought that they would be a good reference to show the shades.
Conclusion – Natasha Denona sunrise palette review 10/10
To conclude, I absolutely love this palette and do not regret buying it whatsoever. I love the formula, the eyeshadows perform like a dream. Furthermore, the shade selection is definitely up my alley and is the kind of shades I would wear all the time! I can easily compare this palette to my Desert Dusk by Huda Beauty but I really dislike the formula of these eyeshadows.
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