August 10, 2018

Natasha Denona Camel Palette for Fall 2018

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I purchased the Natasha Denona Camel Palette ($48) but do I really need another eyeshadow palette? Probably not but I love it. I’m really into dune eyeshadow shades and it feels like there are too little of them in my life. This is sort of my ideal selection of shades.

You get:

  • Arrosto (dark brown with yellow undertones and a matte finish)
  • Dune (sheer golden peach with a metallic finish)
  • Safari (medium dusty ochre with a matte finish)
  • Copper Stone (rich copper with golden reflects and a metallic finish)
  • Zand (medium warm ochre with a matte finish)

I know, I know, you’re thinking, “Not another nude palette!” But it’s so pretty!

Don’t judge a girl for loving nudes 😉

Are you picking it up?

Where to buy

Sephora

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  • Carol G

    My question is more towards the price. Yes, we don’t need another brown eyeshadow “palette” (5 shades is barely a palette) however, I can’t get on board with paying $48 for this. It’s like this: I can pay my monthly wi-fi bill or I can buy this palette. Why is makeup so damn expensive? Especially a 5-pan?
    I guess I’m just a cheap-ass.

  • Maria

    I agree. Way overpriced for 5 shades. You can get the UD naked palettes for a few dollars more with 12 shades. Or one of the Color pop palettes for a lot less.

  • Christina

    I don’t know. It’s pretty, but I don’t wear a lot of camel shades because it does nothing for my complexion. Pinkish nudes are more my style. I am tempted by that molten shade on the right, though. If it looks good on you or swatches well in person, I might just. The price doesn’t bother me too much because Natasha’s stuff is priced high anyway and is considered luxury makeup; it’s all a matter of perspective.

    • Isabella Muse

      I’m the opposite! I always feel like dune shades look great on me! Did you ever get the Etude House Lingerie Backstage Play Color Eye? Lots of muted pinks in there ;-D Likewise. I don’t expect natasha’s pricing to be low, it’s a luxury brand and priced as such unfortunately.

      • Christina

        Totally forgot about the Etude palette. There are so many releases that it’s hard to keep up! LOL! I’ll have to check it out.

        By the way, Muse, watch Heavy Sweetness Ash Like Frost–you won’t be disappointed. It’s finally being subbed on YouTube under the title Ashes of Love. I’m addicted to it.

  • Kish

    I feel like two of these shades will look identical on most complexions. That’s disappointing when you’re spending that much money.

  • Ashleigh

    I ordered it too. I know all the typical ‘it’s so basic’ backlash, but I love shades like these and if the formula is buttery and beautiful, it’s worth it to me, because I will reach for it all the time, unlike some of my more ‘unique’ colour-story palettes. One of my most used/favourite shadows is salted caramel by TooFaced (I wish they made a giant pan of this shade!), so I know the Camel palette will be well loved.

    • Isabella Muse

      ITA with everything you said! Plenty of nude/natural backlash but I ordered as well! It’s a gorgeous palette to me ;-D