Four Ways With Natasha Denona Love Palette

 

 

My husband recently treated me to the Natasha Denona Love Palette (thank you!) and since then, I have been enjoying playing with it soooo much.  Here are four look ideas I have come up with using the palette.

I have given details on how to re-create each combination below, along with suggestions for cheek and lip products to go with each look.

If you would like some look ideas using particular shades in the palette, or certain types of looks, let me know! I’m really enjoying playing about with it so stay tuned for more combination ideas!

I’m planning a post on the palette, including photos and swatches, so keep an eye out for that soon!

 

Click here to read my article ‘Parts of the Eye’ for help on where to place eyeshadow colours.

 

LOOK 1

I wanted to create a very soft, sparkly and lightly colourful eye and came up with this look.  Giving gives the lids a very soft sparkle when used on its own.  I think this shade would look amazing over any of the other eyeshadows in the palette too.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Base: Smashbox Photo Finish 24 Hour Eyeshadow Primer
Crease: Soul eyeshadow
Deepen Crease: Heartbeat eyeshadow
Lid: Giving eyeshadow
Blend Crease: Valentine eyeshadow
Browbone Highlight: First eyeshadow
Lower Lashline: Soul eyeshadow
Blusher: MAC Melba Blusher

Cheek Highlight: Pixi Glowy Gossamer Duo in Subtle Sunrise (gold side)
Lips: MAC Lipstick in Fanfare

 

LOOK 2

Blind is the most amazing, intense metallic silver shade.  I used it alongside purples and pinks to create a bolder, metallic look on the eyes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Base: Smashbox Photo Finish 24 Hour Eyeshadow Primer
Crease: Trust eyeshadow
Outer v: Commitment eyeshadow
Blend Crease: Intense eyeshadow
Lid: Blind eyeshadow
Browbone Highlight: First eyeshadow
Lower Lashline: Blind eyeshadow
Outer Lower Lashline: Trust eyeshadow
Blusher: MAC Lovecloud blusher
Cheek Highlight: Pixi Glowy Gossamer Duo in Subtle Sunrise (gold side)
Lips: MAC Lipstick in Fanfare

 

LOOK 3

I really wanted to try out Heart (the red shade) in the palette and came up with this glimmering gold, pink and red look.  Heart is surprisingly wearable and looks a little bit more pink-red on the lids, rather than full blown red, when worn this way.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Base: Smashbox Photo Finish 24 Hour Eyeshadow Primer
Crease: Heart eyeshadow
Lid: Lifetime eyeshadow
Blend Between Crease and Lid: Intense eyeshadow
Browbone Highlight: First eyeshadow
Mid-Outer Lower Lashline: Intense eyeshadow
Inner Lower Lashline: Lifetime eyeshadow
Blusher: Bare Minerals Gen Nude Blusher in Bellini Brunch
Cheek Highlight: Kiko Glow Fusion Powder Highlighter in 01 Champagne (you can read more about this product here)
Lips: Max Factor Colour Intensifying Balm in Luscious Red (you can read more about this shade in my ‘All About Red Lips’ here)

 

LOOK 4

I love purple eyeshadow and Dream is such an amazing, intense violet shade.  I wanted to create a matte look and came up with this pink and purple combination.  I patted a little of Giving gently over the top just to add a little more dimension to the eyes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Base: Smashbox Photo Finish 24 Hour Eyeshadow Primer
Crease: Dream eyeshadow
Lid: Valentine eyeshadow
Outer v: Trust eyeshadow
Browbone Highlight: First eyeshadow
Gently Tapped on Middle of Lid: Giving eyeshadow
Lower Lashline: Valentine eyeshadow
Mid-Outer Lower Lashline: Dream eyeshadow
Blusher: Bare Minerals Gen Nude Blusher in Bellini Brunch
Cheek Highlight: Anastasia Beverly Hills Highlight Powder in Starburst
Lips: Inglot Lipstick in shade 131

I hope you enjoyed these looks! I’m really enjoying playing with the palette, so stay tuned for more combination ideas!

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