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?
Please keep reading for a bite-sized review of the Natasha Denona Camel Palette and swatches.
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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
Natasha Denona sells some Vegan products but is not a 100% Vegan brand. The Natasha Denona 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 Camel Palette
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