VR Nectar has a rosy, brown base with peach-to-pink shifting sparkle paired with a metallic sheen. It had semi-sheer coverage when applied dry, and then more opaque coverage when applied with a dampened brush. The brand said to "press" this shade to "reach the desired effect," though it also described it as a "vivid colour" (which is confusing). The consistency was soft, a little dry and loose, but it managed to apply fairly evenly when used dry but would recommend fingertip or dampened brush application for smoother results. The color started to fade on me after eight and a half hours of wear, though there was moderate fallout when used dry and slight fallout when applied with a dampened brush.
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview, which is a detailed review of the range as a whole.
The creamy, soft shadows ignite metallic, pearlized pigments and amplify color. Experience an emollient-like texture and sensorial feel that glides on with one-stroke, fully-pigmented, opaque color saturation and a polished, bright, multidimensional finish.