|Is It Worth It? Let Me Work It!| Natasha Denona Lila Palette

Hi, hello! ❤

I hope you have all been doing well! Not much is new with me to be honest, but I would LOVE to know what is going on in your life so please feel free to message me anytime to chat! ❤ ❤

Today I’m really excited to discuss the new Natasha Denona Lila Palette with y’all – it is a whooping $168 CAD/129 USD splurge! The palette comes with 15 stunning shades featuring cool and warm tones primarily in the purple range which I love!


This perfect fall palette includes finishes such as matte, metallic, duo-chrome, and chroma crystal which is unique to Natasha Denona’s line. These shadows are buttery and pigmented, as all her past shadows I’ve used are. I was SO on the fence about getting this palette because of the price tag, but in all honesty I’m really glad I did, as the palette is so luxurious and beautiful.

All swatches with an asterisk* are some of my favourite shades in the palette.


Row 1 (From Top to Bottom): 

  • Per Se (Creamy Matte)*
  • Viola (Metallic)
  • Amara (Creamy Matte)*
  • Cyclone (Duo-Chrome)*
  • Nude Vino (Creamy Matte)


Row 2 (From Top to Bottom): 

  • Layla (Metallic)
  • Amethyst (Metallic)
  • Magentic (Metallic)
  • Magnolia (Chroma-Crystal)*
  • Nude Mauve (Creamy Matte)* 


Row 3 (From Top to Bottom): 

  • Juneau (Sheer Metallic)
  • Livid (Duo-Chrome)
  • Purpure (Metallic)
  • Dragon Bite (Duo-Chrome)*
  • Helio (Metallic) 


I personally feel this palette is worth it for those who love makeup and enjoy collecting it. For those looking for an all in one palette, this may not be for you. One thing I would change about this palette is adding in a brow bone highlight shade as I have to go into another palette to achieve a full look. To pay over $150 Canadian for a palette, one may want a whole look to be achievable 😉

So what do you think? Is it worth it…will you work it? I definitely enjoy this palette!

Love always,

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