The Natasha Denona Camel palette ($61 CAD) is the latest release from Natasha Denona. I quite appreciate her smaller palettes even though they are more expensive on a per shadow basis, the absolute dollars you pay is less, which at one time is a lot easier on your wallet (especially for those who dont go through eye shadows or are not interested in collecting her entire range). Since these shades spoke to me, I did not hesitate to grab it.
The component has a very tight plastic closure (without a clasp or magnet), which I really like. the palette is about as long as my hand, with 5 normal size eye shadows on the inside. The component is made out of thick plastic with a clear front cover. The shade names are located no the back of the palette with tiny holes behind each shadow making it easy to pop the colours out without fussing over a stove to depot. It’s the small details like this that I really appreciate when brands think through.
The shades are enough to complete an variety of eye looks. I love the story and for a neural girl, I can see myself reaching for this often.
- Arrosto is a deep matte brown
- Dune is a shimmery light peach
- Safari is a medium camel brown
- Copper Stone is a glittery bronze with copper reflect
- Zand is a slightly deeper brown shade to Safari with a tad more warmth
The shades are pigmented, the formula is creamy and they blend out well on the eyes. I have heard that Natasha’s eyeshadows dry out and hold true to their expiration dates. The only other 5 pan Natasha Denona palette that I own did become less creamier over the years, so I hope Natasha slowed the expiration process since.
Overall, the Natasha Denona Camel Palette swatch is a great everyday, go to palette. The shades are beautiful, the formula blends out well and I always have a good eyeshadow day when I reach for this. Love!