Natasha Denona Glam Face Palettes for the 2021 Vacation

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With a brand new formula that uses Japanese technology to achieve extreme shine, this palette is perfect for on the go and for creating everyday looks on the go. Designed with luxurious, never-before-seen exclusive packaging by Natasha Denona, it is available in two different tones with lighter or darker shades to complement all skin tones. These richly pressed pigmented eyeshadows and blushes give the skin an optimal texture and a comfortable fit for the whole day.

11/2 at Sephora online, 11/5 in stores, 11/5 at Natasha Denona

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Products in the launch

Glam Face Palette (light), $ 59.00

  • Inner corner Sparkling Metallic Universal Light Nude
  • crossing Matte light medium nude pink
  • wrinkle Matte medium nude
  • Outside corner Sparkling metallic medium rose gold nude
  • smoke Matt dark neutral brown
  • Cream blush Matte neutral pink
  • Star glow High-gloss, light champagne

Glam Face Palette (Dark), $ 59.00

  • Outside corner Sparkling metallic medium dark rosewood brown
  • crossing Matt medium warm brown
  • smoke Matte deep neutral brown
  • Inner corner Sparkling metallic light warm taupe
  • wrinkle Matt medium dark mahogany
  • Cream blush Matte medium dusty coral
  • Star glow High gloss medium champagne

Natasha Denona Glam Face Palettes for the 2021 Holiday

Natasha Denona Glam Face Palettes for the 2021 Holiday

Natasha Denona Glam Face Palettes for the 2021 Holiday

Natasha Denona Glam Face Palettes for the 2021 Holiday

Natasha Denona Glam Face Palettes for the 2021 Holiday

Natasha Denona Glam Face Palettes for the 2021 Holiday

Natasha Denona Glam Face Palettes for the 2021 Holiday

Natasha Denona Glam Face Palettes for the 2021 Holiday

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