NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil Review, Photos, Swatches

NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil
NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil

NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil ($25.00 for 0.07 oz.) is described as “light apricot.” It’s a peachy-brown with strong warm, orange undertones and a satin finish. MAC Peachstock is more beige. MAC Sheer Mandarin is more orange and darker. Cle de Peau Just Joey is darker and browner.

The color payoff was amazing! It applied completely opaque, and it took very little product to achieve full color coverage. The consistency is lightly creamy, so the pencil glided over the lips with ease and never tugged or pulled. It was comfortable to wear without clinging, but the texture is still lightweight and thin, so it doesn’t slide around the lips either. Floralies wore just over four hours on me, which is about average and not what I’d describe as a long-wearing formula (which without a specific time, I look for six to eight hours). It was somewhat moisturizing while I wore it, though, and it is one of the more hydrating shades from the formula that I’ve tested.

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NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil
NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil

NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil
NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil

NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil
NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil

NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil
NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil

NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil
NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil

NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil
NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil

NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil
NARS Floralies Satin Lip Pencil

Satin Lip Pencil
NARS
$25.00/0.07 oz.

92%

Average

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Christine Mielke is the editor-in-chief and has been reviewing products for over 14 years.

She has normal-to-dry skin with occasional dryness on cheeks and nose. She has a light plus skintone with subtle, warmer yellow undertones (view her foundation matches here).

Learn more about her review process here.

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It looks really nude and pale.
Can you compare it to MAC Salute lipstick?
And do you think Floralies is good for smokey eyes or just natural eye makeup?

I’ve been looking for a lighter orange/peachy color and I really like this. I just wish it wasn’t in pencil form because of the waste when sharpening. Gah. In some pictures I’ve seen MAC’s Sheer Mandarin looks like a very yellow-leaning orange. What do you think, Christine? Is Floralies more wearable?

It’s lighter, so it might be more wearable – but I think it’s down to preference – as I (personally) find colors like this hard to wear on me and would take Sheer Mandarin over it any day (just for color).

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