July 26, 2018

Natasha Denona Mini Lila Eyeshadow Palette $25 Available Now

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Natasha Denona Mini Lila Eyeshadow Palette launched at sephora.com today for $25 bucks. This cute little palette contains five brand new shades including:

  • Poison Berry (vibrant fuchsia matte with a blue undertone)
  • Blue Dahlia (purple with a blue duo-chrome sparkling effect)
  • Raisin (medium cool burgundy matte)
  • Linen (nude champagne metallic)
  • Flint (nude sand matte)

This looks like a nice one for Fall looks considering purple is making a come back for the season ahead.

Do you think you’ll be indulging?

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  • Agona

    Bah! I know everyone is all about the mid-tone brown transition shade but I hates that. I think it warms up cool looks too much. And since my Asian eyes are pretty flat, I basically can use any mid-tone shade as a “transition”. Would’ve loved to pick this up otherwise.

  • kjh

    Dunno, but would like to see it irl. You guys are right about having a transition and a bb hl. But who doesn’t have dupes for those? Pretty idiot proof.

  • Christina

    I think so. I like the blue shade paired with the plum tone, so why not? LOL!

      • Christina

        I think you actually look great with bold colours. It’s probably too rich for my eyes, too! I see myself playing with it for a few weeks and then maybe not using it again. But shiny purple things always catch my eye!

        • Isabella Muse

          i love you thanks! 🙂 I see myself doing that too. I purchased the Norvina and I’m worried that’ll be a palette I use like once or twice and toss aside too! I’m so boring, always reaching for the nudes!

          • Christina

            I’m the opposite. I only want the Norvina for the purple and pink shades. I’ll wait for your review, though, before deciding. Anastasia palettes always look muddy on me if I’m not careful with blending. Maybe because I don’t have a lot of lid space but still like to use a bunch of shades on my eyes.

          • Isabella Muse

            The pinks are delightful in this palette ;-D review tomorrow promise!

  • Adrienne

    Seems like I am in the minority with this mini palette. I didn’t take into consideration the transition colord or lack thereof. I just love rich purples and it caught my eye in addition to not having any of her palettes. I thought this would be a nice way to test the quality.

  • Dinah

    I just received this today from Sephora and really enjoy it so far. The formula is slightly different than the mini sunset palette in a good way. I was concerned about the transition color too, but it works for me. I have brown eyes and medium skin tone.