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NARS Gifting Collection for Spring 2016

NARS Gifting Collection for Spring 2016
NARS Gifting Collection for Spring 2016

NARSissist (NARS∙is∙sist) (n.) – lives by her own rules, not afraid to express herself in every look, mood or attitude. Effortless charm with a bottomless makeup bag.

December 31st at NARS Boutiques/online; February 1st at all other retailers

The Details

Hide & Cheek Cheek Studio Palette, $65.00 (Limited Edition, Sephora Exclusive)

Sculpt out. Glow long. Blush up. Bronze on. Any look is game. For Spring 2016, the NARSissist delivers the latest must-have cheek palette – from soft to seductive, play out every possibility with this limited-edition and multifaceted palette.

  • Paloma Contour Blush Pink beige / deep rose
  • Laguna Bronzing Powder Diffused brown powder with golden shimmer
  • I Blush Icy lilac
  • II Blush Sausalito sunset
  • III Blush Shimmering rose peach
  • IV Blush Flesh pink

Twelve Sharp L'Amour Toujours L'Amour Eyeshadow Palette, $59.00 (Limited Edition)

For Spring 2016, NARS Cosmetics introduces the L’Amour Toujours L’Amour Eyeshadow Palette. The limited-edition palette features 12 must-have eyeshadow shades from everyday neutrals to rich accents for a full-spectrum of looks. Eyes. Customized.

  • I Cream bisque
  • II Shimmering pink said
  • III Amethyst ash
  • IV Black truffle
  • V Golden starlight
  • VI Sunburst copper
  • VII Cafe au lait
  • VIII Pistol grey
  • IX Industrial steel
  • X Regal blue
  • XI Shimmering taupe cashmere
  • XII Shimmering licorice

NARS Gifting Collection for Spring 2016
NARS Gifting Collection for Spring 2016

NARS Gifting Collection for Spring 2016
NARS Gifting Collection for Spring 2016

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Is that the wet/dry formula on the shadows or is it just packaged like last palette was?
Always interested in Nars reviews.It’s either spot on or not sort it. Nice to see clean packaging again.

Ok,nevermind. The more I look at it- I realize it has to be regular Nars shadow. The colors are all quite dark. The blush palette looks pretty close to the one I just got from the Holiday collection except the lilac which I think is available in a single( or something close)
I’m excited for reviews!

The eyeshadow palette looks interesting and like a good value (though odd colours for spring – except for the yellowy beige, there’s nothing “spring-like” in there). But also knowing how even the regular shadows from Nars can really suffer in quality when they put them into palettes, I am going to wait to read Christine’s review (assuming you will be reviewing this one – yours are the reviews I put the most faith in, Christine, even if we do differ in our experiences from time to time).

Laguna is back again (and again!). Looks like NARS isn’t jumping on the Panetone trend for spring. The shadows look kind of dark for spring, looks more like a fall/winter palette

I thought the exact same thing – I’ll pass on the blushes – after spending $100 Australian dollars on the Steven Klein blush palette this is just far too similar to be worth the purchase of products very very similar to the one I already own!

Am I the only one who just let out a deep sigh of wtf? When is NARS going to put out a bronzer for darker skin tones in a palette. I know they have Casino. But I feel like they put out Laguna in the forefront like it’s meant for all skintones. I like a couple of blushes in that palette, but Laguna and Paloma are stopping me from getting it. I have tried Laguna. And that joint is too light for me to contour (light bronze) and way to ashy to just use as a beauty powder. I am yellow golden undertones (neutral) and I would love to see a palette with Casino and some blushes cool and warm undertones.

They totally need to do that, agreed. Most blush and contour palettes put out are only catering to one (light-ish) skin tone and that’s not right. Christine has said loads of times that companies should release multiple blush&brozer palette options for different skin tones and that would be so awesome if companies listened!!

I will be keenly interested in seeing swatches and reading your reviews of these, especially considering how horrid most Nars eyeshadow palettes wind up being! But that blush palette has me a bit more hopeful!

No wow! factor for me in either of the palettes. I might eaily change my mind seeing swatches, but in the pots it looks a bit dull. And Laguna, everyone who like, love or are even a bit interested in it must have it by now, I don’t as I don’t think it’s my colour, besides, I hardly ever bronze. I know, I’m weird. 🙂

I feel like that’s so weird that they put out another blush palette that’s almost exactly the same as the Klein one for Sephora they just put out (which I caved and ordered, even though I got the 4 pan blush Klein palette from Nars site first!) so this is an easy pass, but I dig the lavender blush! Kinda wish that was in one of mine!
Also, the shadows- it’s like you can tell how dry and patchy they’re going to be just from the press picture. No thanks Nars.

Like many others have said, after purchasing the Steven Klien Sephora exclusive palette, this blush palette is no longer interesting. If only they had replaced Laguna with Casino, I’d be a tad more likely to purchase this palette.

I got the Steven Klein blush palette $69 and I see this new one is going for $65. Really, four more dollars for diff packaging? The blush shades look very similar. I wonder how many are the exact same. Like Helene said anyone interested in Laguna has it by now. Another blush or maybe a diff more glowy highlighter would be ideal. But one can just wish…

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