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NARS · Studio 54 Collection Holiday 2019

Released for the 2019 holiday period, I personally feel that NARS’ Studio 54 Collection couldn’t be more appropriate for New Year’s festivities; I mean, what says ‘party‘ better than the glittering, disco-infused atmosphere of New York’s infamous club? It should also be said that channeling that decadent vibe through makeup is way better than what really went down in the club …

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NARS · Audacious Fragrance Eau de Parfum

For the first time in its 25 year history, NARS has finally released a fragrance and friends, it’s a winner. Introducing Audacious Fragrance Eau de Parfum — mysterious, sultry, unique, and unapologetically provocative … definitely in keeping with the entire aesthetic of this brand.

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NARS · Iconic Lipstick Collection

To celebrate 25 years since the launch of their original 12 lipstick hues, NARS has added to the lineup with 60 shades in total that come in sheer, satin, and matte finishes. And while that’s a boat-load of options to select from, the upside is that no matter which you choose, you’re pretty much bound to love it.

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NARS · Eyeshadow Singles & Duos Relaunch

 

 

 

Some of the very first duo eyeshadows I ever bought were from NARS, and they also happen to be shades I still reach for to this day, so when this package of reformulated eyeshadows arrived, I was curious to see how they would stack up to those tried & true faves. There’s a new texture and a variety of finishes to go with new shades; basically it’s all about options … and that’s always welcome.

 

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NARS · Holiday 2018 Collection

 

Bands have been steadily releasing their holiday offerings, and I have a selection from NARS to show you today. Of course, François Nars always manages to add his own unique stamp on things, and this year’s grouping is no different. Drawing inspiration from 70s iconic punk fashion (hence the safety pins & studs), the shades of the Holiday 2018 Collection are all surprisingly wearable and relevant … with a bit of irreverence peeking through via the names, naturally.

 

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