Mono Eye Shadow$27
This highly metallic eyeshadow has a super pearled finish and is enriched with deep anti-aging and moisturizing benefits. The high pigments in this shadow provide a full and rich color pay off that will not fade out. With its blendable texture, this shadow allows the option of being applied as a soft, more subtle shade or built up to a vibrant, full coverage shade.
2.5 g / 0.08 oz
Pigment that goes on and on and on...
Super-saturated pigments deliver intense color payoff that stays vibrant from pan to skin. No fading, creasing, or smudging—even without primer.
SOFT/SHIMMERY SATIN TEXTURE EYESHADOW INGREDIENTS:
TALC, MICA, OCTYLDODECYL STEAROYL STEARATE, CI 77891 [TITANIUM DIOXIDE], CETEARYL ETHYLHEXANOATE, METHYLPARABEN, SORBIC ACID, BHA, BUTYLPARABEN.
PEARLY TEXTURE EYESHADOW INGREDIENTS:
TALC, MICA, OCTYLDODECYL STEAROYL STEARATE, CI 77891 [TITANIUM DIOXIDE], CETEARYL ETHYLHEXANOATE, DIMETHICONE, TRIMETHYLSILOXYSILICATE, ACACIA DECURRENS/JOJOBA/SUNFLOWER SEED CERA/POLYGLYCERYL-3 ESTERS [ACACIA DECURRENS FLOWER WAX/SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS SEED WAX/HELIANTHUS ANNUUS SEED WAX/POLYGLYCERYL-3 ESTERS], METHYLPARABEN, SORBIC ACID, BHA, BUTYLPARABEN.
METALLIC TEXTURE EYESHADOW INGREDIENTS:
MICA, OCTYLDODECYL STEAROYL STEARATE, CI 77891 [TITANIUM DIOXIDE], CETEARYL ETHYLHEXANOATE, TALC, ACACIA DECURRENS/JOJOBA/SUNFLOWER SEED CERA/POLYGLYCERYL-3 ESTERS [ACACIA DECURRENS FLOWER WAX/SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS SEED WAX/HELIANTHUS ANNUUS SEED WAX/POLYGLYCERYL-3 ESTERS], BHA, METHYLPARABEN, SORBIC ACID, BUTYLPARABEN.
VELVET/MATTE TEXTURE EYESHADOW INGREDIENTS:
MICA, TALC, CI 77891 [TITANIUM DIOXIDE], SILICA, DIMETHICONE, ISONONYL ISONONANOATE, ZEA MAYS STARCH [ZEA MAYS (CORN) STARCH], ZINC STEARATE, METHYLPARABEN, SORBIC ACID, SYNTHETIC BEESWAX, METHICONE, BUTYLPARABEN.
(+/-) MAY CONTAIN: CI 77492 [IRON OXIDE], CI 77499 [IRON OXIDE], CI 77491 [IRON OXIDE], CI 77007 [ULTRAMARINES], CI 75470 [CARMINE], CI 77742 [MANGANESE VIOLET], CI 19140 [YELLOW 5], CI 77288 [CHROMIUM OXIDE GREENS], CI 42090 [BLUE 1], CI 77289 [CHROMIUM HYDROXIDE GREEN], CI 77510 [FERRIC FERROCYANIDE], CI 77947 [ZINC OXYDE], CI 77163 [BISMUTH OXYCHLORIDE].
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ReviewsGinger P. Mar 26, 2016
Not as great as I was hoping for
In the past I'd purchase some eyeshadow palettes because everyone was raving about them and it would just turn out to be a huge disappointment. For this reason I just picked 4 single colors from the Natasha Denona. #755 Skin, #59M Moonstone, #87M Light Coral and #24V Aubergine. Let's start with the last one: #24V. It is matt and really sheer. I was expecting a little more depth to this shade. #755, sheen is nice but more reddish than I was hoping for. I tried to wear it a few different occasions and always felt like it was making me look tired. #59 is spot on a beautiful color, pops like crazy. Unfortunately I'm over 40 and even with my youthful looks this is way too much shimmer. I think this would look amazing on younger people around their 20's or younger. Same with #87, which is even more glittery. That said, I really admire Natasha's work. She is clearly talented and the makeup on her (young!) models look exquisite. The colors definitely fade during the day and crease, even with a primer. It is a bit overpriced, I don't think I'm getting the value with what I spent on 4 eyeshadows...specially that I looked worst wearing them. They look very nice as swatches on everyone's arms but at the end of the day you'd want to wear them on your eyes. This is just my personal experience. It might work better for other's.40 found this helpful.Alyssa L. Nov 16, 2019
Research before depotting.
The quality of the shadow is allright. Creamy, blendable. It was my bad to not check how to depot these at first so i broke the shadow. The cases these comes in are sturdy (regular eyeshadow) packaging rather than thin plastic like makeupgeek/costal scents etc. These do not have a magnetic backing like the ones in the large palletes.11 found this helpful.Jill B. Mar 02, 2016
Beautiful colors, beautiful texture, long-lasting, no creasing
I think by now people know how great Natasha Denona's eyeshadows are! I am not a fan of palettes (I always end up using only a few shades) so I was very pleased to see Natasha offers singles. Every possible color is offered and the shadows perform beautifully. I don't use a primer on my lids and yet the color lasts, doesn't fade and doesn't crease. How is that possible? My only complaint is that it takes quite a bit of shadow to build to a decent amount of color. I only have matte shades, maybe the chromes, metallics and sparkly options are different? Regardless, the best eyeshadows I've found.10 found this helpful.Amber T. Apr 04, 2016
Favorite eyeshadow and that is saying something!
Calypso Blue is the most beautiful shadow color if you are in to wearing color. I always get tons of compliments and people asking me what it is. There are similar shadows from other brands but I have not found one that has the same color, pigment, and lasts as long. It really is one of a kind.8 found this helpful.K M. Nov 07, 2016
FOR ME NATASHA MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE
I have used many different shadows over the years at many different price points. Up until finding Natasha Denona, I was wearing mostly MAC with some Urban Decay and Too Faced for my shadows. I love to wear shimmer and sparkle. I love Natasha Denona's shadows so much more than anything else I've ever tried, I doubt I'll go back to any other brand. I loved her shadows so much I bought a palette for my sister and texted all my MA friends. If you use it right off the palette, fall out can be bad, but I dab my brush with water before applying and I get no fall out at all. After, I use Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in Trooper and spritz with Skindinavia for a bullet-proof look that lasts through long work days and weddings. Natasha's shadows blend like nothing I've ever seen and they look fantastic in person. They are so highly pigmented I feel like I've been wearing children's makeup up until now. I really love this product and I've ordered more. Her True Gold color is the SINGLE BEST gold eye shadow I've ever used.7 found this helpful.Melinda D. Apr 08, 2016
I was/am super excited to receive the metallic eye shadows after watching several UTube reviews. The color is pretty but the four that I had ordered have broken up and are very messy in the square cartridges that they came in. I am afraid to take them along to where I work as eat an eyeshadow that costs $27 to fall apart so easily. that is where I put on my eye makeup. I did not exp6 found this helpful.Liz M. Oct 08, 2016
Smooth, pigmented, easy to work with.
Golden Aquamarine is a unique blue shade with a stunning gold duo chrome unlike anything I've seen before.
The formula of the eyeshadow is soft enough to make it easy to work with, but not so soft that it will fall apart or become powdery in the pan.
Keep in mind if you have hooded eyes, as with most shimmery shadows, this too will transfer onto the hood of your eye.
As for the price, it's insane, but the product is high quality and beautiful, so it's up to you to determine whether or not it's worth it.4 found this helpful.Amanda D. Dec 24, 2016
I borrowed the star palette from a friend and instantly fell in love with Natasha Denona eye shadows. I bought this shade to slowly start building my collection. It's extremely pigmented even when swatched with a brush. The eyeshadow blended like a dream! If you're skeptical they have palettes of 5 but I was sold after using the star palette and decided I need to slowly collect all her shadows. I'm glad I started with this shade. It's one of the most beautiful duo chrome shadows I've purchased and easily my favorite.2 found this helpful.Serena J. Mar 04, 2021
I Really Like These!
I am kind of glad that I decided to cave in and buy three of these singles (quicksilver, industrial, and lavender grey) because I've been wanting to add to my ND collection but didn't want to invest in the 5 pan palette and get colors that I don't want or by the full size 28-pan palette. Therefore, the individuals were great since I was able to pick out the colors that I actually wanted. Granted, buy 3 individual shadows was more expensive than the 5-pan palette ($48) and the Midi palette ($65) but at least I got shades that I actually wanted. I have the Biba, Metropolis, Tropics, mini Star, and mini Lila palette and I feel like the texture of these individuals reminds me of the metallic formula in the mini Lila and Tropics palette. They are buttery and pigmented, but they are harder pressed in the pan in comparison to the metallics in Biba and Metropolis. I don't hate that they are harder pressed in the pan and, to be honest, I actually prefer this texture because the softer formula can get messy very quickly. I do want to mention that the industrial shade, which is a metallic sparkling shade, is quite unique in texture with "milled pearls and crystals". This texture and shade remind me of the Victoria Beckham Beauty Lid Lustre in Mink. It gives depth and dimension to the eye but it can cause the glitter to fall to the cheek throughout the day. This doesn't bother me, but I know some people don't like to have glitter all over their faces which is why I am mentioning it (I sometimes apply glitter glue to prevent this but I often don't). The reason I deducted one star was that I was under the impression that I could easily pop these eyeshadow pans out of the packaging so I could put them in my Biba and Tropics palettes. However, this was not the case and I was particularly surprised because all ND shades except the minis are in magnetized palettes, but these single shades are glued into the pan. This being said they do make it easy to remove from the palette (following any YouTube tutorial or the Beautylish Blog post about how to depot shades) since there is a handy pinhole in the back of the eyeshadow component once you remove the label. Therefore, once I was able to pop the eyeshadow out of the component I wiped away the glue with some 91% rubbing alcohol and then wrote the shade name and number on the back of the pan with a sharpie. I was able to pop the deported shades in my Biba/Tropics palettes with no issues whatsoever. Overall I am generally pleased with what I got, but the biggest downside probably was the price and the labor I had to put into deporting them, but besides that, the eyeshadows themselves performed as expected and are comparable to other ND shadows I have.2 found this helpful.