If you’ve been following me a while, I’m sure you’re not surprised I got the Natasha Denona Triochrome palette! I’ve skipped on most of her releases this year because they’ve been mostly neutral palettes, so I was excited to finally see some color.
Honestly, I didn’t buy this for the multichromes. If you have any experience with multichromes from indie brands, these are not special in terms of color shifting. What I do think sets them apart is the texture. They are incredibly smooth, to the point that they actually minimize any texture on your lids.
I personally find that multichromes from indie brands are very foiled and highly metallic, so they can accentuate texture and tend to crease on me more quickly, even with primer. So if texture is a concern for you, or you’re looking for a more subtle multichrome, these are a good choice. If you’re only interested in the multichromes and are looking for the more traditional intense shifting formula, I’d recommend purchasing from indie brands instead (see my Devinah Aurorae Flares review for a good alternative).
The mattes are the reason I bought this palette — I cannot pass up the Natasha Denona formula in colorful mattes. And these do not disappoint. There are a few shades that are similar in other palettes, but overall I do feel I can get a unique look from this palette.