The Natasha Denona Camel Palette launched back in 2018, as part of the brand’s five-pan palette collection, and it’s a palette I’ve always admire from afar, but never bought.
I personally prefer the brand’s Midi Palettes or Mini Palettes, as they work out better value than the full-sized five pan palettes, but it was on sale earlier this year, and I decided to finally add it to my collection.
“The Camel Palette is a multi-use, must-have palette with the most essential colors including ND’s iconic formula. The palette includes 5 camel toned shades, all made to melt together in perfect harmony. Featuring velvety mattes and sparkling metallic textures to create everyday looks and evening glams.“
The Natasha Denona Camel Palette is £41 / $48, and contains five powder eyeshadows in the same format as the mini palettes, except the fans are a lot larger, with the same clear plastic lid.
Inside the palette, the five pans contain 2.5g of product, which is almost double the amount of eyeshadow you get in a full-sized MAC eyeshadow. £41 is expensive for just five shades, but you are getting a decent amount of product. Included within the Natasha Denona Camel Palette, you get the following five shades;
Arrosto 185CM / Dune 186S / Safari 187CM / Copper Stone 188M / Zand 189CM
I honestly don’t think you can ever go wrong when it comes to Natasha Denona eyeshadows. They have such a flawless formula, regardless of the palette, and the Natasha Denona Camel Palette is no different, with one satin shade, and one metallic shade, with the rest being mattes.
I do wish there were more shimmers in the palette, but it’s such a pretty neutral palette for everyday, and the shades are so pigmented and beautiful. I can get away with Arrosto as a brow powder too, making it even more perfect for everyday, and I would so love to see a whole Midi palette themed around this palette with grungy browns; it’d be so popular.
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