Round-up: NARS Matte Multiples Reviews & Comparison Swatches

NARS Matte Multiples

The new NARS Matte Multiples ($39.00 for 0.26 oz.) are fairly consistent in how they perform and feel across all seven shades. They all had a velvety, smooth consistency that wasn’t dry, but it wasn’t slick or slippery like some cream blushes, and the texture felt like it had a lot of silicones in it. All seven shades were very rich in pigmentation and a little goes a long way for each color. I had some staining with Laos and Siam on the skin, but the other five did not stain the skin. I did not like these as lip products, as they were all uncomfortable and clingy to wear, as well as drying over time. As cream blushes, they performed better with wear between seven and nine hours, and they were easy to blend and apply over and under foundation as well as on bare skin (with the exception of Siam being trickier to work with).  If you only intended to use these on cheeks, they’re worth checking out, especially if you prefer very pigmented blushes.

Reviews, Photos, Swatches

  1. Altai
  2. Anguilla
  3. Cappadoce
  4. Exumas
  5. Laos
  6. Siam
  7. Vientiane

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NARS Matte Multiples
NARS Matte Multiples

NARS Matte Multiples

NARS Matte Multiples