Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

Wellll... Natasha Denona just came along and released the most beautiful (and most expensive palette) for the holiday season and I couldn't resist it! Also, it released during the Sephora VIB sale so at least I saved a little bit on this!!! 

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!
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I purchased the Natasha Denona Chromium Liquid Eyeshadows when they were released and I loved them, so naturally when she announced that the multi-chrome line was being expanded in to this Triochrome palette with three multi-chrome shadows in it, I knew I had to get it! 

Also, I was impressed with the colour story - I love that it's a little muted, a little pastely (it's the perfect Spring shades to me), and it's actually a little unique in my collection and I don't have a palette like it! 

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

Natasha Denona Triochrome Eyeshadow Palette ~ $170.00 CAN. A palette with three different pressed-pigment, multi-chrome shades in the center of each row and their complementary tones to complete a makeup look.

I haven't actually purchased a Natasha Denona before - they are usually beautiful, but I always wanted a palette to really call to me for the price you pay. I have tried the Natasha Denona eyeshadow formula in the mini palettes before and I quite like it - I own 4 of them! 

They've made each row across meant to be used together if you aren't sure where to start and I love that this palette is all matte, expect for the multi-chromes! For me this works well; however, I understand that if you prefer deeper looks or have a deeper skintone, this may not go deep enough for you, but I love the amount of mid-tones this palette has. 

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

Scrap ~ cool dusty army green
Andradite ~ pastel mint
Scarab ~ poison green/warm gold/blue
Ion ~ acid green
Vert ~ vibrant mustard

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

Naga ~ pastel lavender
Manganese ~ vibrant eggplant
Kinetic ~ purple/pink/muted green
Redox ~ dusty lilac
Tungsten ~ toasted mauve

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

Vertex ~ cool Ivory
Plutonium ~ burnt mandarine
Color flip ~ fuchsia/nude/dusty green
Garmon ~ peachy taupe
Diatonic ~ vibrant light coral

Seriously, how pretty are these shadows?! The multichromes are stunning and I really like the shades that were included in this palette. They are super pigmented applied with a dry brush, but look amazing with a wet brush or applied with the fingers. The formula of the mattes is soft and blendable - they build up and blend nicely. There was a little kick-up when tapping the brush in the shadow, and a little fallout when applying the shadows, but nothing that bothered me much (it was enough to notice, but not much more than that!)

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

For the first makeup look, I used all 5 shadows from the top green row and they are so stunning - I'm really happy with this look! 

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

For this look, I used Andradite as the base shadow, Vert through the crease, and Scrap in the outer corner. Then I applied the Scarab multi-chrome all over the lid and Ion on the inner corner. Then, I applied a little bit of Very to the lower lash line. 

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

These shadows wear so well - they are long-lasting and stay this vibrant for the whole day! 

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

For the second look, I also used all 5 shadows in the full second row and the purples of this palette are really lovely! 

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

For this look I started out with Vertex (bottom row) as the base shadow and then applied Redox in the crease. I deepened the crease with Tungsten and applied Manganese to the outer corner. Then I applied Kinetic all over the lid and Naga with a little Color Flip (from the bottom row) to the inner corner. I finished the look with Tungsten on the lower lash line. 

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

Again, I was so happy with how this look turned out - the purples are gorgeous and they all applied and wore so well! 

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

For the final look, I didn't want to use only one row and wanted to play with all the colours in the palette! I thought it was so fun and the colours in the palette just have me very inspired to play with color (and it's been a long time since a palette has done that!)

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

For this look I started with Vertex as the base shadow and Diatonic in the crease. Then I used Garmon and Tungsten in the out corner and in the lower crease. Then I applied Color Flip to the lid. I applied Ion on the inner corner and Plutonium to the upper crease of the inner corner. Then I applied Vert to the lower lash line. 

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

I had so much fun with this look and it's not something I typically do, but I really liked how it turned out! 

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

I have a lot of thoughts on the Natasha Denona Triochrome Palette, but it can basically be summed up as I love it. The colour story is so fun and the shadows are stunning - the mattes apply and build well and look really good all day. I have actually been using this for daily matte looks for work and I'm so happy it can be used that way! The multi-chromes are stunning and I love the shades. I will say they can cling to texture (you can see in the pictures, my eyelids have been a little swollen), but that doesn't bother me - shimmery shadows tend to show texture and eyelids typically have texture so I don't mind. 

The shadows stay bold and pigmented all day and I love that. I do realize this palette is pricey and it's not for everyone, but I honestly think you are paying for a great quality product. (Of course, there is great quality eyeshadows for less, but that's not for me to say what shadows you should buy) - if you have been considering this palette and the price isn't going to hurt your bank account, I don't think you will be disappointed with this! 

Natasha Denona Trichrome Eyeshadow Palette - 3 Makeup Looks, Swatches and Thoughts!

What do you guys think of this palette?! 

4 comments :

  1. You managed to get so many great looks out of this! Im in love with the bottom middle duo chrome!

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    1. Thank you! And, yes, that is the best shadow in the palette! It's so lovely!

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  2. These shadows look so pretty and pigmented! I love the last look you did :)

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  3. I wish I still felt comfortable wearing bold shades. This looks so pretty. I love that it is sort of 3 palettes in one with the greens, purples and pinks

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