Are you itching to try Natasha Denona eyeshadows, but uncertain about investing in her expensive eyeshadow palettes? Are you a neutral eyeshadow lover looking for browns and beiges with a unique undertone? Keep reading for my brutally honest review of the Natasha Denona Camel Palette.
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Natasha Denona Camel Palette Claims
Multi-use must-have palette with the most essential colors
Includes 5 brand camel toned shades (2.5g per pan)
Contains 3 formulas: Creamy Matte, Sheer, and Metallic
Promises shadows melt together in perfect harmony
Featuring velvety mattes and sparkling metallic textures
Sleek plastic packaging with minimalist design elements
Each shadow can be easily removed and added to other Natasha Denona Palettes
The Natasha Denona Camel Palette retails for $48.00 ($3.84 per gram)
Made in Italy
Cruelty-Free & Vegan Status
According to Cruelty-Free Kitty, Natasha Denona is 100% Cruelty-Free. In addition to being Cruelty-Free, Natasha Denona sells some Vegan products but is not a 100% Vegan brand. However, the Camel Palette is NOT Vegan. It contains Carmine.
Natasha Denona Camel PaletteSwatches
The below Camel Palette swatches were done using my finger on a bare arm without primer. Each swatch represents more than one swipe of color.
P.S. I realize that my skin looks textured in the below photo – I did a lot of back-to-back palette swatching the night these swatches were done. The texture is not a reflection of the shadows, but of my irritated skin.
Natasha Denona Camel Palette Swatches
Although these colors are very neutral, the camel undertone is intriguing. However, I wish the shades Safari and Zand looked more differentiated.
How to Apply
The mattes can be applied with a fluffy brush for a diffused look or stamped on the eye with a dense brush
Copper Stone is best applied with a finger or a damp flat brush
Arrosto and Copper Stone are both prone to hardpan – as seen in the flat lays throughout this post
Copper Stone developed hardpan after one use and got worse with time