I am the biggest fan of Natasha Denona eyeshadows, so when she launched the Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Palette, I pretty much ordered it straight away.
I featured the Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Palette when it first launched back in October, and the brand has gone on to also launch the Triochrome Palette since then. There have been a lot of new Natasha Denona Palette launched this past year, and I’m totally here for it…
Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Palette
I own all of the Natasha Denona Mini Palettes except the Mini Tropic Palette as I’m just not a bright eyeshadow kind of girl. It looks very pretty and vibrant, but I much prefer neutrals and more wearable shades.
Each of the mini five pan palettes are £22 / $25 each, and they contain 5 x 0.028 oz/ 0.8 g eyeshadows. It really is a miniature palette, and the eyeshadows contain less than one gram of product, but due to how intensely pigmented the Natasha Denona eyeshadow formula is, you only need to tap you brush into each shade very lightly as a little goes a very long way.
I would love one of the big 28 pan palettes, but they’re $239 because the pans are so big. I have so many eyeshadow palettes that I just don’t need pans to be that large, so these mini palettes are perfect, and they’re so slimline and compact making them perfect for travel.
The Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Palette was designed with wood, metal, nature and the modern world in mind, and the palette features a bronze coloured plastic compact. The main range have white plastic, and the special editions like the Mini Retro and Mini Zendo have coloured plastic, which I much prefer as it makes them look so sleek.
Look how pretty the Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Palette swatches are? I feel like the Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Palette is the palette if the Mini Retro Palette and the Mini Glam Palette had a baby.
This palette has some pretty rosy tones like the Retro Palette, but it has the grungy olive toned silver you’d find in the Mini Glam Palette. I absolutely love this palette. The pigmentation is fantastic, and the shimmers, and Stripped in particular is stunning.
I feel like Bare is the perfect transition shade for almost any makeup look, and Dazz has a subtle, pretty peachy gold duochrome shift which looks so unique. If you’ve never tried any of the Natasha Denona Palettes before, the Mini Palettes are perfect, and I cannot recommend the Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Palette enough,