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NARS Amour : I feel like I probably have many (MANY) similar shades in my collection, and doing comparison swatches will possibly shame me into buying less redundant items. Or possibly I will just pull a Pisces and get distracted by all the pretty colours and it will accomplish absolutely nothing whatsoever. Eh. Worth a try, right? Let's start with Tarte Achiote Blush. I pulled out the shades from my collection that looked like they might be the closest, including two relatively new ones that will have fo...
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NARS Orgasm : Side to side comparison of Tarte's Amazonian Clay Blush in "Glisten" and one of the most coveted blushes of all time.... NARS Orgasm. Both are medium pink blushes with coral undertones with a golden shimmer sheen. I guess overall, it would be safe to say they are "Coral Pink" blushes but I would say both are slightly on the pinker side rather than coral. The color is just so versatile in the sense that they would look good on just about any skin tone. I have pale skin with a bit of yellow und...
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NARS Sin : I've been a NARS convert ever since I bought my very first NARS lipstick and duo eyeshadow a few years back. Even though I've read nothing but great things about the blushes, the only one I have in my makeup stash is Orgasm. Truth be told, I wasn't the biggest fan of Orgasm because it seemed way too shimmery for me, but now that I've learnt to apply it SPARINGLY (I tend to get a little heavy handed) - I love it to bits! So naturally, I just had to try out a few more from the collection! Every...
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NARS Albatross : This is is blush and highlight powder in one handy compact. The product is encased in a rubbery-texture case that makes it prone to picking up dust and hard to keep clean, all of which I'm not a real fan of, but hey it's signature NARS packaging and I doubt it will change anytime too soon. Torrid is described by NARS as a coral shade with shimmer. To me, it was a medium coral peach colour with fine golder flecks of shimmer that creates a glow on skin and would sit very well with warm or cool ...
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NARS Luster : These are my two favorite blushes in the entire world. I have a vast collection of blushes and hands-down, these two are at the top of my list. I love the Luster so much that whenever I wear it on my cheeks as a highlighter, I also wear it as a highlighter underneath my brows. It is simply beautiful and is one of my favorite blush/highlighters out of the entire Nars collection of blushes. It compliments any blush range from orangy/corals to reds to bright pinks. It's a must have in any blush ...
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NARS Luster : Today, I thought I would share with you guys one of my two of my favorite go-to make up products for the summer time. The first one that I am going to mentions is by Nars and it is their blush in Luster. Luster is described to be a sheer golden apricot, I would describe it as being a peachy orange with red undertones. It is really pretty on the cheeks and warms up the skin a little making it look like you have a nice glow or have been in the sun a little to long. I recommend this blusher to a...
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