NARS Exposed is a limited edition cheek palette that retails for $59.00 and contains 0.6 oz.
NARS Exposed Spring 2019 Cheek Palette ($59.00 for 0.60 oz.) is a new, limited edition palette that features six, wet/dry cheek colors ranging pale peach to deep pink. My experience with this formula is consistent with much of the other wet/dry cheek products NARS has launched over the last few years: they're pretty pigmented dry, so wet application just intensifies the coverage more quickly and can make the finish become more shimmery/shiny. For deeper shades (like New Fling), I find that using a dampened brush can sometimes make it a little harder to get smooth, seamless edges, particularly when used over complexion products (instead of bare skin). I highly recommend using moderately dense brushes with this type of formula (gel-powder kind of hybrid), as the texture has a denser, firmer feel in the pan, but there's no powderiness in the pan and the formula is pretty blendable on skin.
The formula is similar to last holiday's Hot Tryst, but I found the spring palette to feel a little dustier/drier and ultimately, a little firmer in the pan. Still easy enough to work with, especially for those who gravitate toward the gel-powder type of formulas.
Breakthrough formula that delivers unrestrained pigments for unrivaled color in six universally flattering shades Translucent micro-spheres suspend pure pigments to form an innovative, lightweight powder base that achieves maximum color clarity. Builds effortlessly and blends seamlessly onto any skin tone, revealing color in its truest, most vibrant form.