Last year’s Valentine’s Day inspired collection by Natasha Denona was one of my favorites in a long time. Before that, I cannot remember the last time I bought Valentine’s Day-themed makeup. I continue to enjoy it to this day. As soon as I saw the promotional pictures for this year’s collection: Mini Love Story, I knew I would be picking up the entire collection.Continue reading
Hello! Recently, Natasha Denona released her Love Glow Cheek palette ($55 US), her Valentine’s Day themed cheek palette for Spring. I was a huge fan of the Bloom cheek palette, reviewed HERE, so I just had to grab this one as well. I’ve had it for over a week now and I’m finally ready to give my thoughts on it. I will also provide comparison swatches to her bigger Diamond & Blush palettes.
I’m here today to provide my thoughts and swatches/looks on the brand new Natasha Denona Biba palette. This post is long overdue as I purchased this March 15. However, it has given me time to use every single shade in this palette and I can provide my true, honest thoughts.
This year, I decided to gift myself something for Valentines Day. After all, I deserve it, right?! We all do! I wasn’t sure what it would be until Natasha Denona revealed her new Spring 2019 Bloom Blush & Glow Palette. I watched every Insta Story: from her reveal to her mini tutorials and I knew this would be the gift I would give myself.
As soon as it was available on Sephora’s website, I placed an order for it and its actually been one of the fastest items shipped to me, ever! Since then, I have worn it a total of 4 times and I am ready to give you my thoughts on this palette.
I’m so excited to share the products I loved and reached for the month of January! I believe I stated in my Insta Stories that I would be shopping my stash quite differently this year. Last year, I forced myself to rotate things after a week, even if I was thoroughly enjoying them. This year, I decided not to rotate things I was truly enjoying so that I could use them as much as I needed before I swapped them out for something different. Continue reading