January 24, 2020

Natasha Denona Love Eyeshadow Palette Is It Love, Lust, Or Bore?

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Natasha Denona Love Palette Eyeshadow Palette is up and available for pre-order and launches January 28th for Spring 2020 but allow me to ask is it love, lust, or a bore? Filled with 15 all new eyeshadow shades in pinks, mauves, and burbundy’s this palette definitely has a Valentine’s Day Vibe.

There were sneaky peeks of it on Insta but no one actually posted the inside of the palette. I had a funny feel they’d be going cranberry with it but I sure did hope for more dusky pinks. I feel like the market is sort of saturated with a lot of burgundy and cranberry lately. Something with dusky roses and lighter pinks would have been rather fitting for Spring don’t you think?

I’m never one to say no to beautiful rich wine shades but I feel like I have a lot of them as Fall and Winter was filled with a good deal of reddish, wine palettes! I’m currently in love with Physicians Formula Rose All Play Eyeshadow Bouquet so, maybe that’s why I’m like “Eh, do I really need the Love Palette Eyeshadow Palette?”

The tempting thing would be the price as it is one of Natasha’s smaller palettes so it’s marked at $65. I mean, yeah, sure $65 isn’t cheap but it is cheaper than some of the larger palettes which are $100+.

Natasha Denona Love Palette Eyeshadow Palette is available for pre-order on the brand’s site and will launch officially January 28th at Sephora.

Will you be indulging?

Where to buy

Sephora Natasha Denona


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  • Christina

    The colours don’t excite me too much. Since it’s a palette called Love, I expected some reds and pinks, but I think I was hoping for softer, dustier tones, like more romantic and not so vibrant and deep. For someone with my complexion, this is going to look pretty dramatic on me, and you know I’m not stranger to vivid and bright tones. It definitely lacks shades that I would use for transitions.

    I don’t know. If it swatches well and looks good against my complexion, I might get it, but Natasha’s formula in the past never worked for me. I think they’re too emollient for my small little creases. LOL!

    • Isabella Muse

      I was too! I really wanted something along the lines of mac soft teddy shades. Soft, dusky pinks, rose….! I love the wines don’t get me wrong but I def wanted something a little softer! Really? I think the thicker, velvety texture could be an issue for smaller creases too!

      • Christina

        That’s what I mean! I only have the Lila and Tropic palettes and the smaller Joya and Aeris palette, but the shimmers in the Lila just disappear on me! I know she’s reformulated her shadows several times, so I can’t speak about the newest ones, but I’ve played with her palettes often in store and they always seem creamy. Are they not? No problems with the mattes, though. Maybe I have to buy one of her newer ones to compare.

  • Lisa C

    No interest in this one at all, but I hope this means more pans this size down the road!

  • Melissa

    It might be a good buy if ever it comes on the Sephora website on sale after Valentine’s day

    • Isabella Muse

      I doubt it’ll go on sale so soon after the release. Maybe next year!

  • Kelly

    I think it’s really pretty, but I also like having more soft mid tone shades. Not so many dark and bright shades(especially the red). So I’m not sure how often I’d end up reaching for it. I think it would be fun to have still, but that’s a lot of money for a ‘just for fun’ palette to use only on occasion. Somewhat torn!

  • Michelle

    I was looking forward to the big reveal of this palette after it was teased on Instagram, but I was disappointed when I saw the color scheme is the same as countless other palettes. There are a lot of dark shades in this Spring palette, as you mentioned, and it would be nice if beauty brands would make a palette with Spring colors in mind….muted pinks, purples and greens.

  • genevieve

    I have to say Muse, as lovely as this palette seems to be, it is a total bore for me. These kinds of colours are definitely not what I would wear and I have a funny feeling that most of these shades already live in ND’s previous palettes.

  • Deborah

    No. I have enough reds and pinks but I’d love to try her brand and hope she produces more of these $65 palettes. I’d like cooler tones and some greens! Or even a nude palette! I get it’s for Valentine’s Day so it’s fitting.

  • Jen

    I’ve been really selective on what I have been buying for about a year so fortunately I can add this to my collection without a tremendous amount of redundancy. I’m buying this and the cheek palette for sure. Glad I passed on all the others so I can get the colors I like in a formula I like.