Natasha Denona Sunset Palette: Swatches, Review and why its safe to skip

Purchased. May contain affiliate links


The Natasha Denona Sunset Palette debuted at the dawn of warm weather, we were excited for all the spring and summer offerings from the beauty world and a lot of us got this on release selling out in all platforms this was launched on.


Currently sold out (Sign up for restock notice at Sephora HERE and at Beautylish HERE). This is set to become permanent for fall.  

It debuted 15 shades in mattes and shimmers and at $129 it became the high ticket item of discussion on Instagram and Forums from the naysayers and the hard core Denona fans.

Bottom point: I liked it, I took it on vacation to thoroughly test it and I fount it beautiful but at the same time, it feels more of a fall palette and the color scheme of oranges and pinks, although gorgeously executed, has been a recurring theme of the past two years.

If you are a hardcore Denona Addict, (like me lol) you will enjoy the shimmers  as they are less chunky and easier to maneuver than the Star Palette, less fallout and less pickup on both the mattes and metallic shades; however if you have been in the active makeup buying frenzy of the last two years and have ABH’s Modern Renaissance, Huda Beauty Rose Gold Palette and/or ColourPop’s recent Orange shades you basically have the main essence of this palette. Don’t get me wrong: I loved the palette, but I have to be honest with you and with myself: I could’ve easily skipped it and achieved the same looks with my current stash. 


Row 1

 

Row 2

 

Row 3

I want to be a nice little blogger and review each shade but instead I’m going to work on duping this and hope for the best. 

Did you get this!? How are you loving it?? 

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One comment

  1. I bought this and while I agree with everything you said, to me it’s like a collectors item. Sure we all have dupes but it’s so gorgeous I couldn’t pass it up!

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