What is Natasha Denona Trichrome Palette?
Natasha Denona Triochrome 15-Pan Eyeshadow Palette ($129.00 for 1.2 oz.) is a new, limited edition palette that’s centered around three, Multichrome eyeshadows (the third column!). As the name suggests, it is 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. This palette provides maximum color payoff with minimal effort, blending seamlessly to create vibrant, ultra-pigmented, long-lasting looks. These resplendent shades can be used for playfully-bold creations or effortlessly-wearable everyday looks.
What’s in the Trichrome Palette?
The Trichrome Palette is paraben and cruelty-free. In addition, the palette contains 15 eyeshadows. The eyeshadows are: Scrap (cool dusty army green) , Andradite (pastel mint), Scarab (poison green / warm gold / blue), Ion (acid green) , Vert (vibrant mustard), Naga (pastel lavender), Manganese (vibrant eggplant), Kinetic (purple / pink / muted green), Redox (dusty lilac), Tungsten (toasted mauve), Vertex (cool Ivory), Plutonium (burnt mandarine), Color flip (fuchsia / nude / dusty green), Garmon (peachy taupe), Diatonic (vibrant light coral) .
I don’t think that the palette is worth the hefty $129. The matte eyeshadows had semi-opaque to opaque, buildable pigmentation with lightly powdery, though blendable, consistencies; they were less substantial and a bit thinner compared to the brand’s matte formula, generally. It required a lot of layering in order to get the same consistency. Furthermore, there were a lot of fall off. Only 3 of the 15 shades are actually “trichrome” and the rest are sort of odd color story matte’s. I would not recommend wasting $129 for this palette. To me it’s mediocre at best.
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