Natasha Denona Sunset Eyeshadow Palette Review & Swatches

A new addition to the Natasha Denona line launching tomorrow at Sephora and Beautylish is the Sunset Eyeshadow Palette, a gorgeous array of shadows aptly named and inspired by the colors of the sunset. Natasha Denona is an internationally acclaimed makeup artist who is well known for creating remarkably beautiful looks prominently seen on the covers of many of today’s magazines. I have been a fan of her line of eye shadows since my first introduction to her brand at IMATS, previously reviewed here

The Sunset Eyeshadow Palette, priced at $129 is packaged in a sturdy magnetic case with a sizable mirror, which I find more desirable than the 5 pan eyeshadow packaging which is quite fragile. There is a clear see thorough perforated overlay with shade descriptions that can be removed once opened. The palette features an array of 15 gorgeous warm toned shades in Natasha Denona’s signature matte, duo chrome, metallic, and chroma crystal finishes.

Official description, courtesy of Sephora:

What it is: 
An eyeshadow palette with 15 shades in Natasha Denona’s signature matte, duo chrome, metallic, and chroma crystal finishes. 

What it does: 
Inspired by the colors of the sunset, this palette features 15 gorgeous eyeshadow shades in a combination of warm brown tones, burnt oranges, reds, golds, bronzes, and yellows. It includes all four of Natasha Denona’s classic formulas in her signature chroma crystal, matte, and metallic finishes. 

Shade Descriptions:

 Atmosphere (metallic rose bronze), Morgana (duo chrome red with gold), Mandarine (duo chrome mandarin with gold), Ice Gold (chroma sheer cream with gold sparkle), Bronzage (chroma crystal light copper), Aubade (chroma crystal warm gold), Sundazed (chroma crystal gold), Bermuda (matte pastel peachy nude), Panjin (matte red), Igneous (matte deep brown), Sol (matte warm yellow), Terra (matte terracotta), Horizon (matte warm orange), Vulcano (matte dark brown with mauve), Sinai (matte burnt terracotta)


I find the shadows to be on par with the other palettes that I own in my collection, including the 5 pan and Star Eyeshadow Palette. I love warm tones so it should come as no surprise that I an enamored with this color story. I am so impressed with the vibrancy of theses shadows, as well as the texture, finish and longevity. Two colors I am smitten with are Morgana and Aubade. There exists a variety of tones that can take you from day to night, and I couldn’t be happier to add this to my collection.  You may be wondering about the cost and whether or not purchasing the shadows will be worth it. Each pan is 2.5 g worth of eyeshadow! The cost of the palette is $129, which comes out to approximately $8.60 per shadow. This palette did not fall short of my expectations, and I am truly excited to add it to my list of loves. 

The Natasha Denona Sunset Eyeshadow Palette will be available tomorrow at Sephora and Beautylish. You can get email notification of when it’s in stock at Sephora here

Is this palette on your radar?

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