“A new multidimensional texture palette for cheeks inspired by Natasha’s famous glow system”
Where do I even begin? When I saw that Natasha Denona was releasing her Spring ’18 collection I think my heart actually skipped a beat. After purchasing several of her eyeshadow palettes, I have come to the conclusion that her products simply can’t be beat. There’s so much quality in each of her products and it really shows when you apply them. This was my first “face product” purchase from her and I’m completely blown away.
There are two shades of the Diamond and Blush Palettes. They retail for $89 and are sold on the ND website, Sephora, and Beautylish. I picked up the lighter palette of the two, Darya. The top row of the palette are creams and the bottom row are powders. I’m typically not into cream blushes, bronzers or highlighters but these are a different story. I applied the cream blushes and the highlighter over powder and even then they looked beautiful and seamless. Natasha said she created the creams and the powders in the palette to be layered over one another to create a multidimensional glow. I was skeptical at first because almost every time I tried that technique my blush and highlighter ended up looking cakey and blotchy.
I tried layering with the Glow Cream Base, then the Glow Extreme and then a light sweep of the Diamond Powder. I don’t think my highlight has ever looked that pretty. It was multidimensional and it had the ever so coveted “wet” cheek look.
If you’re into pink blushes, the Duo Glow in this palette is going to be your best friend. It’s the most beautiful pale pink blush I’ve ever used! It has a slight gold sheen but it’s so subtle that it gives the skin a healthy glow.
I wouldn’t recommend this product if it wasn’t 100% worth the price tag. In my opinion, it’s worth it. If you like a blinding highlight, pink blushes, and dewy skin, get ready to fall in love.