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Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Palette Review + Tutorial

Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Palette Review + Tutorial

Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Palette Review + Tutorial

Hey friends, happy Saturday! Today I’m bringing you my Natasha Denona Mini Zendo palette review + tutorial.  I recently purchased the Mini Zendo palette from Sephora on a whim. I like how peachy neutrals work on me, so I thought the peachy, dusty coral and bronze hues would be flattering. Mini Zendo makes my blue-green eyes pop! This palette is perfect for an everyday bronzey peachy look.

Where to Buy
Sephora, Natasha Denona, Cult Beauty

Price
$25

Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Palette Review + Tutorial Video

Watch the video on YouTube for Closed Captioning in English!

Mini Zendo Palette

Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Eyeshadow Palette

From left to right we have Stark, Bare, Stripped, Dazz and Uncovered from the Mini Zendo palette.

Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Palette Swatches

Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Palette Swatches

From top to bottom we have Stripped, Stark, Dazz, Uncovered and Bare swatched on my fair skin. These swatches of the Mini Zendo palette was taken in indirect sunlight in my bedroom by my big sliding glass doors. I used eyeshadow primer as a base.

Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Palette Tutorial Look

Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Eyeshadow Palette Tutorial

Eyes
Urban Decay Primer Potion in Eden
Natasha Denona Mini Zendo palette
Haus Labs Frozé Bronzé
Nabla Cupid’s Arrow 4 – tightline
Kiss Clear Lash Glue Pen
Velour Would I Lie Lashes
Nabla Ozone – highlight
Elizabeth Mott Black brow gel
Urban Decay Blackout and Cool Cookie ink stain

Face
Milk Makeup Hydro Grip Primer
Exa foundation in Terese
Melt Buzz blush
Melt Honey blush
Nabla Ozone highlight

Lips
Melt Nudist pencil
Urban Decay Bun Bun lipstick (LE, try Melt Nood or Voyeur)
Sigma Dazzling gloss

This week I decided to shave off the back half of my eyebrows. I kind of love it! It makes it easier for me to draw on my brows. My brows are very sparse to begin with, so this lets me shape them better, in my opinion.

Mini Zendo Review

Please watch the video for the full Natasha Denona Mini Zendo palette Review and Tutorial.

The Mini Zendo palette lets you create an easy, everyday peachy bronzey look. As someone who struggles with warm neutrals, I find these particular hues to be very flattering on me. While a true orange and chocolate brown are hard for me to wear, these more muted tones are flattering.

I love the palette overall, though the shade Dazz needs more pigmentation in my opinion. As you’ll see in the video, it barely shows up on my eyelids. It looks best when layered on top of Undone as a slightly shimmery glaze. That’s why I opted to use Haus Labs Frozé Bronzé instead. Haus Labs Frozé Bronzé gives such beautiful dimension and shine to my eyes. I love the pink and gold shimmer in it.

If you are someone who loves peaches, corals and bronze tones, you will love this palette. If you’re not into neutrals like these, skip it. I personally love smaller palettes these days because it makes it easier for me to put together a cohesive look.

I really adore the mini palettes from Natasha Denona. I also have a review of the Mini Lila palette.

What do you think of the tutorial I created with the Mini Zendo palette and Haus Labs Frozé Bronzé? What do you think of this palette?

Other Natasha Denona Palettes I own

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