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I completely agree with the previous reviewer, in the sense that these are great eyeshadows, pigmented, buttery and easy to blend, but, still. I would never pay those outrageous prices for those larger palettes because compared to my Tom Ford, UD, and Viseart shadows, the Natasha Denona are just okay. This is a nice little mini, if you are a lover of green and gold shades. I love all the shades, but I find the gold a bit too yellow for my taste and the glitter is not particularly subtle or elegant as with Tom Ford shades. I generally use it as a top coat, but it`s not my favorite gold topper. I much prefer creamier, more subtle golds, like UD`s Half Baked, or the coppery golds in my Tom Ford Honeymoon quad, or my L`Oreal singles. So far, my favorite green and gold palette is an old, discontinued one from Hourglass.(Olive fields, I think it was called). I like this Natasha Denona, but I just wish the gold did not clash as much as this one does with the rest of the green and sepia shades in there. There is a lot of kick up from the shadows, so you have to be careful not to dip your brush in too strongly. All in all, it`s all right, but as the previous reviewer said, this and the Mini Nude palette are not exactly making me want to run out there and buy the bigger ND palettes.
I’ve only had this palette for a few days but was really eager for it to arrive. I’d mistakenly ordered the Mini Star palette and found the quality of that to be really disappointing, having heard such raves about ND’s eyeshadows and never having tried them before. But this one – the Gold mini palette – is MUCH nicer. I really like the shades – from a rich, shimmery brown (Dark Sepia), though some neutrals and dulled greens and then a really luminous gold shade. This is a lovely little palette for fall and I’m glad it has a smaller price tag than many of ND’s other palettes while still retaining quality. But I do have to say – based just on this palette (and setting aside the Mini Star one), I was expecting more from the quality of the shadows. They are nice but certainly no better than those from Buxom, Urban Decay or many other companies with less outrageous prices. Nice as this palette is, it’s not so amazing that I’m now itching to try other shadows from this company, particularly not at the prices charged for the larger palettes. Still, this one is lovely and seems a very good value.
The shadows have both names and numbers. They are:
Lodge (283CP) – that sort of mustard-y light brown/dark warm beige that is really good as a transition colour or a light crease contour (in other words, it looks ugly but works wonderfully)
Dark Sepia (47P) – a rich and gorgeously pigmented deep brown that blends and smokes out really nicely; I have about 4 dupes of this (if not more) – it’s just the type of colour I have a real weakness for
D’or (284M) – aptly named, it’s a stunning, luminous gold
Bia (285CP) – this looked like such an ugly, dull and drab light olive shade in all the photos I saw of it but in real life to my eye, it looks more like a warm, green tinged mid-brown; it’s far less unattractive and far more wearable than I thought it would be
Antheia(286CP) – another stunning shade; it’s categorized as a duo-chrome and it’s a delicious mix of green and bronze – a sort of verdigris concoction that is just beautiful; the glittery, sparkly bits in this behave themselves and pretty much stay where you put them, rather than cascading glitter all over the place.
This palette is compact and eminently usable and the price tag, even in Canada, won’t have you fainting from sticker shock. So definitely worth having.