Why you need the Natasha Denona Coral palette
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Find out when and where you can get your hands on the gorgeous new palette from Natasha Denona.
If you're looking for professional-standard makeup, Natasha Denona needs to be on your radar. The beauty brand hasn't been on Australian shelves for long, but it's sure making a statement. Introducing the Coral palette, the perfect palette for the summer. If you've never tried the eyeshadows from Natasha Denona, you are seriously missing out. They are creamy, pigmented and super easy to work with. A little goes a long way – so you can create something soft and romantic, or something fun and pigmented with colour.
When can you get your hands on it? The global release date of the Natasha Denona Coral eyeshadow palette is 3 August. The one and only place Aussie beauty lovers can shop the brand is of course, Sephora. Mark your calendars and set those phone reminders because we expect it to fly off the shelves! As much as we love Natasha Denona, the price tag is not cheap. Why? Because you are getting what you pay for. Natasha Denona is a global makeup artist and all her products are created with the highest quality in mind. For an eyeshadow palette at this size, the standard price is $75.
The Natasha Denona coral palette features five shades in total, with a few different formulas on show. The shade names include Kai, Lyria, Abalone, Dakota and Lola. There are two creamy mattes to choose from – one is a peachy pink and the other is a dark burgundy. This formula works great with a fluffy blending brush or a detailed brush to get precise colour on the lid.
The two metallic hues are a champagne gold and a dark raspberry shimmer. The final shade is a duo-chrome and it's the colour in the middle of the palette. As you can see, it changes as the light shifts, which is what makes it so special. It has hints of silver, purple and gold and we are obsessed. The metallic and duo-chrome formulas are both intense, but still quite versatile. If you're after a subtle finish, use a dense eyeshadow brush. But if you want something blinding and extreme, Natasha recommends wetting your brush before use or simply using your fingers. The result? Intense colour pay-off!
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