Yay! Let’s get ready for this holiday weekend! It is our “Friday”! Can you tell I’m excited? LOL 🙂 . NARS jumped the gun and is already presenting us with this years Fall collection!
This year’s Fall collection is more focused on lush and lavish mix of shades for the eyes, lips, and cheeks. The look begins with natural sculpting of the face. Eyes dramatize in smoky shimmering brown and golden ombre. Lips captivate in tones of iconic red. With this collection, NARS is introducing to us the Velvet Shadow Stick, a silky, velvety shadowin a range of sumptuous shades for layering under and over, blending and setting, creating looks that are modern, sophisticated, and always tempting.
Velvet Shadow Stick
In 6 shades:
Hollywoodland – pale gold
Aigle Noir – black infused with gold shimmer
Glenan – navy
Goddess – pink champagne
Oaxaca – quartz
Sukhothai – shimmering peacock
Filbuste – black
Reykjavik – grey
Each Velvet Shadow Stick will cost you $28.00.
Lipstick & Gloss
The lip glosses are Baby Doll which is a very pretty shimmering candy pink and Chelsea Girls which is a pink beige. Each will cost you $26.00.
The lipstick is VIP Red and it is a dark brique which will cost you $27.00
NARSissist Six Appeal Hardwired Eye Kit – Limited Edition
And finally, for the piece of resistance: Fall 2015, NARS is introduces every NARSissist’s eye essential: smoky, subtle, minky, bold – the combinations are endless. The limited edition eye kit features a compact of six shadows ranging from pale lilac to smoky charcoal, a mini Via De’Martelli Larger Than Life Eyeliner and a newly designed travel size Wide Contour Brush #43 for easy application on the go. It’s neutrals worth noticing! This palette will cost you $59.00.
These will be available at NARS.com on July 15th and available on high end department stores and Sephora on August 1st.
What do you guys think? I do like the Pasiphae eyeshadow, it looks more of a chromed eyeshadow rather than peacock like how they describe it. What about the palette? I’m really not jumping for joy over the palette, but that brush did pique my interest a lot more.