September 10, 2019

Natasha Denona Metropolis Eyeshadow Palette Is Available Now and Stunning

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Do I wait or do I buy the Natasha Denona Metropolis Eyeshadow Palette now? Available now at the stunning Metropolis Eyeshadow Palette contains 28 brand new shades with two new formulas. There’s not a lot known about this new formula aside from the fact they call it hydrating, comfortable to wear, and richly pigmented. I’d be curious to see how the new formula compares to the old.

Compared to some of her older 28-pan palettes this is considerably cheaper but you’re also less product for your buck. I don’t find myself minding so much as I’d rather have more variety in smaller sizes as I have so much eyeshadow it’s hard to get through it all! I appreciate the variety, cheaper price, and smaller sizes. But if you’re more reserved about your purchases you might not love that the pans are smaller.

One thing to note is the fact this reeks Fall! Finally, some great Fall shades because it feels like Holiday is merging into Fall lately!

There are some unusual pops of color here like a teal and a sea green but for the most part it’s a warmer palette that contains a few jewel tones. Again, that might be an issue if you’re wanting a more colorful shade range or a cooler one. I do so love a good warmer eyeshaodw palette though and this brings together some beautiful Fall foliage shades.

Shades include:

  • Rust (vibrant rustic-sienna metallic)
  • Troop (dark army-green matte)
  • Orium (coral with light greenish reflects duo-chrome)
  • Shield (olive-green metallic)
  • Ripe (coral-terracotta matte)
  • Stain (dirty-apricot matte)
  • Mace (copper-nude metallic)
  • Rope (warm-beige matte)
  • Fuse (rustic-gold high shine)
  • Lethal (avocado-green matte)
  • Penny (bronze high shine)
  • Chrism (peach matte)
  • Aqueous (vibrant aqua-blue metallic)
  • Queen (pearly pink-champagne metallic)
  • Blaze (champagne-gold high shine)
  • Noble (taupe metallic)
  • Imperia (brassy-gold metallic)
  • Royal (dark forest-green matte)
  • Crest (rosy-coral metallic)
  • Enigma (midnight-blue matte)
  • Pure (brown old-rose matte)
  • Azoic (mustard-taupe-brown matte)
  • Jubilee (vibrant teal metallic)
  • Symbol (deep-teal matte)
  • Rhizome (warm-mustard matte)
  • Claret (rosy-fuchsia metallic)
  • Helena (light apricot with pink reflects shimmer)
  • Antique (dark pink-brown matte)

Natasha Denona Metropolis Eyeshadow Palette is $129 and available today at Sephora.

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  • MN Diamond Girl

    I see 5 unique shades in the palette and probably have dupes for the rest, so this will be a pass for me. I am, however, interested in the two new formulas, so I will be reading the reviews on this product.

  • Lacy

    this is definitely pretty and screams fall… BUT i do not find it that unique – eek! sorry
    it’s like she slapped the gold and sunset palette together and threw some extra blue shades in there…
    so for those who don’t own her bigger palettes this is a great buy otherwise i feel like it’s easy to pass up
    also i have b*tch about all the orange colors. there’s so many and i hate them – it’s just not a good color for me and there’s too many in this palette that i’m not sure the price tag would be worth it for myself. i’ll need to see actual swatches instead of the promo images. i think they only way i’d be ok purchasing this is if it gets stellar reviews and i get a 20% coupon for the holiday with a gift card to go towards……

    • Isabella Muse

      Don’t be I agree! The shades aren’t super unique at all! I think the “new formula” is what tempts me most I’m curious how it compares to the older formula.