The Tropic Palette is the newest addition to the over-priced, luxury makeup brand Natasha Denona. What a intro! But its true, the palette is a limited edition and costs $129… yes $129 USD!!! And I own it. I am such a huge fan of the brand that I ordered it as soon as it became available on Beautylish.com
What it is:
A limited-edition eyeshadow palette with 15 brand-new tropical shades.
What it does:
This limited-edition palette features 15 shades of Natasha’s new, long-lasting cream-powder formulas, combined with her classic, signature formula. With a range of matte and metallic finishes in complementary tropical pop colors and pastels, you’ll be inspired to create endless looks, as far as your imagination leads you—from soft and natural to colorful, vibrant, and bold.
The top and center rows are pastel and nude shades that can be applied on the eye lids and the crease, while the bottom row is full of colorful, tropical, and exotic shades for the upper and lower lash line.
This set contains:
– 15 x 0.05 oz/ 1.5 g Eyeshadows in Peach Puff, Sangria, Fake Tan, Coco, Sahara, Pastel Melon, Nudist, Vintage Taupe, Gusti, Limoncello, Mint Frost, Exotic, Laguna, Tiger Lily, Zena
What it is formulated WITHOUT:
I am a palette collector and could not wait to get this beauty in my hands, and am super happy I did! A few things have changed though in comparison to the other Natasha Palettes I own. The first notable change is the case, it’s now a hard plastic case, similar to her blush palette, but it does not feel cheap, as that was my issue with the BH Cosmetics Pro Palette. A lot of people have complained the formula has changed, and yes I did see a difference since the colors are not as pigmented as before BUT they do blend so much better AND you can build the color up to the point you want.
This palette for me is a dream come true, of course ignoring the price point. But as someone who has so many palettes and actually uses them, the mattes are perfect and they are ALL great transition shades or you can build them up to use by themselves. Swatches do not do this palette any justice!
Natasha Denona Tropic Palette 18/20