NARS Spring 2012 Collection + Makeup Removing Water

NARS Spring 2012 Collection + Makeup Removing Water

Monday, January 9, 2012 by Wendy Lam

It’s obvious I’m still on vacation mode but this needs to go away soon lol. I promise I’ll be on top of blogging…soon! Anyway, check out NARS‘ new Spring 2012 collection and also Makeup Removing Water, which is a backstage staple. I definitely want to try the nail polish and Makeup Removing Water!

The Spring 2012 Collection, created by Founder and Creative Director François Nars, stars a mix of bright and playful colors balanced with rich, saturated hues. Nars chose to photograph model Ginta Lapina for the spring campaign, explaining, “Her delicate features and classic beauty made her an ideal fit for a collection that’s at once fresh and fierce.” The collection is a study in contrasts: Bold color underscored by sophisticated shimmer. Eyes glisten in muted tones of lavender and pink, or shimmer in bronze shades accented with rich navy. Cheeks are flushed with candy pink. Lips gleam in topaz or pop with berry. Metallic violet nails add the finishing touch to a collection that’s bright, strong and iconic.

The collection launches on on January 13th.

Dark Rite Soft Touch Shadow Pencil $24
The navy blue Soft Touch Shadow Pencil complements any warm-weather look. Use the creamy, long-wearing formula alone, as a base for layering with powder shadow, or to line and sculpt the eye.
Mexican Rose Velvet Gloss Lip Pencil $24
Just like its namesake flower, known for its long-lasting pink blooms, this hot-pink Velvet Gloss Lip Pencil leaves lips soft and gorgeously glossy thanks to moisture-rich hyaluronic spheres, which make pouts appear plumper.
Valparaíso Pure Matte Lipstick $25
The Chilean city is becoming increasingly known as the country’s cultural capital. The rich raspberry Pure Matte Lipstick delivers long-wearing color with a comfortable finish.
Bilbao Lipstick $24
A smooth and super-conditioning Lipstick in a shimmering topaz named for the Basque region of Spain, which has been revitalized by the Frank Gehry–designed Guggenheim Museum.

Gaiety Blush $28
A bright candy-pink Blush that’s as cheerful as the state of joyful exuberance for which it’s named.

Douce France Trio Eyeshadow (Limited Edition) $45
Named for the 1942 song by French singer-songwriter Charles Trenet. The Trio Eyeshadow features three gorgeous pink shade—shimmery icy pink, shimmery rose-petal pink and matte deep rose—that can be mixed to create a range of looks, from delicate and innocent to bold and sophisticated. Wear each alone or use one as a base, another to highlight and the third as a liner or contour.

Paramaribo Duo Eyeshadow (Limited Edition) $34
The capital and largest city of Surinam, a tropical state in South America, was the inspiration for this Duo Eyeshadow, with its metallic shades of brass and bronze. Wear each solo, or use one as a base and the other as an accent or highlight for a richly burnished effect.

Lhasa Single Eyeshadow $24
One of the highest cities in the world, Lhasa is the home to many significant Tibetan Buddhist palaces. This shimmery lavender-gray Single Eyeshadow lends lids a luminous look worthy of its spiritual namesake.

Diamond Life Nail Polish (Limited Edition) $18
Sade’s 1984 debut album inspired this metallic violet Nail Polish. “Smooth Operator” indeed.

Makeup Removing Water $28
Soap-free, oil-free, and alcohol-free, our Makeup Removing Water is the gentle, yet effective way to kick off your skincare routine. The water formula easily sweeps away makeup and tones the skin, without having to rub. Infused with cucumber, chamomile and hyaluronic acid, Makeup Removing Water leaves skin feeling soft, soothed and refreshed. Saturate a cotton pad with product, gently smooth over entire face and follow with your recommended NARS cleanser. The result: purified, toned, glowing skin. Non-comedogenic, fragrance-free, and dermatologist and ophtamologist tested.



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