This limited-edition palette features 15 shades of Natasha’s new, long-lasting cream-powder formulas, combined with her classic, signature formula. With a range of matte and metallic finishes in complementary tropical pop colors and pastels, you’ll be inspired to create endless looks, as far as your imagination leads you—from soft and natural to colorful, vibrant, and bold.
For the most part, this palette has shades with a formula that is smooth and pigmented. The one huge exception was the shade Exotic, which went on patchy and felt drier in consistency. Laguna was also a little more chalky than the other matte shades.
Overall, this is a good palette. But the extreme price tag doesn’t leave room for the formula to have any flaws. So, at the end of the day, I don’t think it’s worth it to pay so much money for a palette that isn’t perfect.