Whenever Natasha Denona launches a palette, I’m instantly excited and I’ve purchased every eyeshadow palette the brand has launched this year.
The Natasha Denona Triochrome Palette has been revealed as their newest palette and I couldn’t be more excited about this launch which will launch at Sephora US on the 4th of November. If you’d like to find out all about the new Natasha Denona Triochrome Palette, keep on reading…
Natasha Denona Triochrome Palette
We saw Natasha Denona launch the fifteen pan Glam palette only in August, so it’s amazing that they’d be launching another fifteen palette so soon. Their eyeshadows are my favourite!
So far we know that this is one of her big palettes like the Biba Palette, and will be $129 and not one of the smaller fifteen pan palettes she’s been favouring lately like the Glam Palette and Bronze Palette. I imagine this is because multichrome pigments are a lot more expensive to manufacture.
They launched the Mini Zendo Palette at the beginning of October which I ordered the second it launched, and the Natasha Denona Triochrome Palette is currently available in mainland Europe only (Sephora Denmark and Sephora Sweden).
“Create an unusual look with the new Triochrome palette from Natasha Denona!
New futuristic multichrome eyeshadows – Three different multichrome shades of pigment pressed into the center of the palette – Perfect for creating a multidimensional look with textures and shades you have never seen before!“
The Natasha Denona Triochrome Palette features the most amazing duochrome purple and blue finish, and contains fifteen powder shadows with a mirror in the lid.
“We’re so excited to finally introduce the large sized colorful palette (with big pans!! Like the Biba, Gold & Sunset).
The Natasha Denona Triochrome Palette features 15 new shades, including 3 multichrome pressed eyeshadow pigments in the center of each row, next to their complementary matte shades to create a full makeup look! Explore the different color combinations & textures to inspire a variety of multi-dimensional creations to match any mood or occasion.“
It’s described as being a triochrome palette with three triochrome eyeshadows and twelve matte and shimmer shades in the following names;
- 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
“Formulated with crushed pearls and crystals, including varied distinctive textures for seamless blending and maximum color payoff to achieve vibrant, ultra-pigmented, long-lasting looks.“
I cannot wait for this palette to launch at other retailers as I cannot wait to get my hands on it. I love multichrome eyeshadows as you’ll know if you read my post on the Pat McGrath Celestial Divnity Palette and the Natasha Denona Chromium Liquid Eyeshadows.
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