Natasha Denona

Natasha Denona

Natasha Denona is an internationally renowned makeup artist and trendsetter. Natasha launched her career in makeup in 1996, forming her own modern style and innovative approach. These soon gained her many followers and enthusiasts worldwide, as well as two Israeli Fashion Oscar awards (2002, 2006) for best makeup artist of the year. In 2002 she established the Natasha Denona Makeup Academy in Tel Aviv, where she teaches her groundbreaking concepts and methods to the next generation of professional makeup artists. (source: artist website)

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Overall rating
3.9
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58%
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3.9
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Overall rating
58%
would repurchase

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Recent Natasha Denona Reviews

Mini Nude Palette
5.0
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18 days ago

I am a sucker for trying mini eyeshadow palettes from Western brands that are not available in my country. While I would never drop big bucks on those big palettes from this brand, I was curious to experience it without making a commitment. And let's be honest, how many of us really end up using those big palettes on a daily basis? 100 bucks for an eyeshadow is just too much for me. The mini nude is nice, but not great, imo. The colors lean a bit warm, but they are a good medley of copper, gold bronzes in matte and metallic finishes. If you want an easy to carry, all purpose palette that is great for the day time and evening, this fits the bill. You have everything you need in one package: a crease color, great metallic toppers and a dark matte brown for lining. The thing is, I much prefer my Viseart Cashmere Theory for a neutral look. The one thing that Natasha Denona does better than my Viseart is the lack of fallout: although the quality of the Viseart Cashmere Theory shadows are much better, imo, I have to do my eye look before my base because of the fallout. I just wish the Mini Nude palette was just a tiny bit cooler, because I already have so many warm mini palettes.

Mini Nude Palette
5.0
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18 days ago

I am a sucker for trying mini eyeshadow palettes from Western brands that are not available in my country. While I would never drop big bucks on those big palettes from this brand, I was curious to experience it without making a commitment. And let's be honest, how many of us really end up using those big palettes on a daily basis? 100 bucks for an eyeshadow is just too much for me. The mini nude is nice, but not great, imo. The colors lean a bit warm, but they are a good medley of copper, gold bronzes in matte and metallic finishes. If you want an easy to carry, all purpose palette that is great for the day time and evening, this fits the bill. You have everything you need in one package: a crease color, great metallic toppers and a dark matte brown for lining. The thing is, I much prefer my Viseart Cashmere Theory for a neutral look. The one thing that Natasha Denona does better than my Viseart is the lack of fallout: although the quality of the Viseart Cashmere Theory shadows are much better, imo, I have to do my eye look before my base because of the fallout. I just wish the Mini Nude palette was just a tiny bit cooler, because I already have so many warm mini palettes.


Mini Glam Eyeshadow Palette
3.0
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19 days ago

Mini Glam is my third Denona mini palette after Mini Nude and Mini Star and least favourite so far. The best reformulated shade is there is the matte dark brown Seed which can turn any look effortlessly smokey blending in seconds and the saving grace of the palette. I also like Golden Flesh which is a moderately warm toned metallic brronze. Then Anjo which I was most excited translates as a bit dull on the lids, it basically aspires to be Pat McGrath's Telepathic Taupe but doesn't have even 1/4 of its glorious radiance and pizzazz. Harlow is a weird greenish grungy beige and Faye just does not pop at all. The mattes have excellent formula but the metallics must be applied with fingers to avoid looking patchy.

Mini Glam Eyeshadow Palette
3.0
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19 days ago

Mini Glam is my third Denona mini palette after Mini Nude and Mini Star and least favourite so far. The best reformulated shade is there is the matte dark brown Seed which can turn any look effortlessly smokey blending in seconds and the saving grace of the palette. I also like Golden Flesh which is a moderately warm toned metallic brronze. Then Anjo which I was most excited translates as a bit dull on the lids, it basically aspires to be Pat McGrath's Telepathic Taupe but doesn't have even 1/4 of its glorious radiance and pizzazz. Harlow is a weird greenish grungy beige and Faye just does not pop at all. The mattes have excellent formula but the metallics must be applied with fingers to avoid looking patchy.

Transfix Matte Concealer
2.0
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a month ago

CLAIMS: full coverage, lightweight, blends easily, and moisturising with Hyaluronic acid, Collagen, and a dubious "Vitalab technology". TOTAL FAIL!! Thin, low-medium coverage, sets so fast you can't blend properly, cakey, enhances fine lines and texture, makes undereyes look 1000 years old. The shades run too deep. "IN", the lightest is too dark for my very fair yellow toned skin. The formula also stains the white cap and doesn't clean off, making the package look dirty from the first use. I would not recommend for mature skin or anyone wanting full coverage. Doesn't crease though so if you are under 30 and like a natural sheer to medium coverage this might be ok. Otherwise, Tarte Shape Tape, or the Huda Beauty concealer have a better texture, better coverage, and provide a better shade range.

Transfix Matte Concealer
2.0
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a month ago

CLAIMS: full coverage, lightweight, blends easily, and moisturising with Hyaluronic acid, Collagen, and a dubious "Vitalab technology". TOTAL FAIL!! Thin, low-medium coverage, sets so fast you can't blend properly, cakey, enhances fine lines and texture, makes undereyes look 1000 years old. The shades run too deep. "IN", the lightest is too dark for my very fair yellow toned skin. The formula also stains the white cap and doesn't clean off, making the package look dirty from the first use. I would not recommend for mature skin or anyone wanting full coverage. Doesn't crease though so if you are under 30 and like a natural sheer to medium coverage this might be ok. Otherwise, Tarte Shape Tape, or the Huda Beauty concealer have a better texture, better coverage, and provide a better shade range.