Multichrome eyeshadows are everywhere right now, and I’m always mesmerised by them, whenever I see them on social media. Natasha Denona recently launched a range of five multichrome liquid eyeshadows, and I purchased the Natasha Denona Infra Nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow a couple of days after the launch, as the brand’s swatches looked so impressive.
Natasha Denona Infra Nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
I absolutely love the Natasha Denona Eyeshadow Palettes, so I knew the Chromium would be impressive, but they’re perhaps the most exciting and amazing eyeshadow product I’ve ever tried.
With most beauty purchases I make, I always try and wait for reviews to filter through prior to checking out, but curiosity got the better of me, and I ordered the Natasha Denona Infra Nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow hoping it wouldn’t be disappointing.
When it comes to brand descriptions, they’re always full of positive claims and promises, so I rarely trust them until I’ve tried the product myself. The brand’s swatches look amazing, showing each of the shades as having three different shifts.
I’d tried multichrome powder eyeshadows, but I’d never tried any liquid formulations, so I decided to purchase the Natasha Denona Infra Nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow to see if it lived up to its claims.
Natasha Denona describes the Chromium Eyeshadows as the following;
“The most SHOW-STOPPING and AWE-INSPIRING liquid eyeshadows! Provides a water-rich, jelly texture with a fresh hydrating feel, while leaving an unparalleled multi-chrome finish.
The multi-dimensional color experience is given by the innovative silica-based pearlescent pigments with color travel properties, i.e. color-changing at different angles due to the light reflection.“
The Natasha Denona Infra Nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow is just one of five shades available;
- Infra Nude
- Dragon Fly
I tried the Natasha Denona Infra Nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow once, and went online and ordered the four other shades immediately – it impressed me that much, that I knew I had to have the whole range. I have never tried a product even remotely as incredible as this, the different shifts are out of this world.
Natasha Denona claims each of the shades has three shifts, but I’ve found that the Natasha Denona Infra Nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow has at least four shifts.
It’s incredible how the shadow changes colour in different lights, and can show as being multiple colours at the same time. It was so hard to photograph the different shifts, so I took the above photos in different lights, and hopefully it does a good job at showing you how beautiful it is.
I’ve found the Natasha Denona Infra Nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow to have a khaki green shift, rose gold shift, deep pink shift and yellow gold shift, which again I hope is visible in these four swatches.
I took the photos in a mixture of natural light, electric light and also under my studio lights, and it’s crazy that these swatches are the same eyeshadow.
The formula of the Natasha Denona Infra Nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow is similar to the Stila Magnificent Metals Glitter & Glow eyeshadows. It’s almost a thin cream formula, which spreads easily over the eyes with the doefoot applicator, or you can apply with a flat eyeshadow brush, or by fingertips.
It’s fully opaque in just one swipe, and it doesn’t dry down immediately, giving you enough time to apply and blend it out. Some liquid eyeshadows dry too quickly, but these eyeshadows don’t fully dry down for maybe one minute.
It’s amazingly long lasting, and doesn’t crease, flake or fade on the lids. Each of the shades is £26, which is expensive for one single liquid eyeshadow, but the Stila Glitter and Glow Eyeshadows are £24 and the Natasha Denona eyeshadows are far superior in finish and formula, and are so much more amazing.
I love, love, love these shadows and I’ll review the other four shades very soon. They are limited edition though, so if you like the look of Natasha Denona Infra Nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow, it won’t be around forever.