Natasha Denona Biba Palette Review and swatches
Here it is, the Natasha Denona Biba palette! I literally couldn’t hide my excitement when I saw the launch photos. I’m a neutral lover, and so this palette is exactly what I needed!
Also I love Natasha Denona other paettes to begin with, so I knew I had to have this! And I wasn’t disappointed at all. This palette is easy to use for everyday, and versatile enough to tweak for special occasions. The mattes are so pigmented and the shimmers are – as you know- so damn good.
Here’s what the brand has to say about this palette:
Brand NEW multi-use palette with 15 ultimate eye shadow essentials in signature ND formulas. Biba will always have you covered! With multiple textures of the most user-friendly shades ranging from mauves and burgundies, to warm grays and black.
CP-developed for holiday as a richly pigmented wet powder formula that is easy to blend.
CM- creamy to the touch and seamlessly blends on the lid. Signature matte formula. First introduced in the star palette.
CK- sparkling cream powder finely milled dazzling effect. Transparent diamond-like sparkle. Different levels of opacity. Can be used on top of other shades.
M-metallics in multiple textures:
Foiled rich in texture
Satin-soft finish metallic
Sparkling-contains varying sizes of crushed mineral pearls for a dazzling effect.
DC- duo chrome often used as a transition shade to create a multidimensional smooth look. Two pigments that shift, blending creates a gradient effect.
Apply with fluffy eyeshadow brushes to blend or detail brushes for precision.
Metallic / Duo Chrome / Chroma Crystal eyeshadows
May be applied with different shapes of brushes for a subtle application.
For high pay off / foiled finish, apply with a damp eyeshadow brush or with the tip of your finger.
And below are the swatches! I don’t think I need to say much here, I’ll let the photos speak for themselves.
Starting with the first row:
More closeups at the first row
Another look at the first row:
Next, the second row:
More closer look at the second row:
Another look at the second row:
More closer look at the third row:
And I also added closeups of each shade below, in case you wanna check them out :)