NARS PALETTE PONDERING

NARSissit eyeshadow palette – A palette of 15 NARS signature eye shadow shades for creating unlimited artistic effects. Ready to wear every day, every way. This set contains shades – All About Eve I (flesh toned neutrals), Madrague II (matte caramel), Fez (velvety cocoa), Bali (neutral), Coconut Grove (deep brown infused with reflections), Madrague I (matte cream), Nepal (soft sheer rose), Ashes to Ashes (shimmery violet based brown), Brousse II (black violet), Mekong (espresso infused with gold), Bellissima I (shimmering beige with subtle glitter), Lhasa (lavender grey), Bad Behavior (deep pewter), Dogon II (charcoal black), Pandora II (matte black). This gorgeous little palette is jam packed full with every shade I could ever need and for that reason, it gets the thumbs up from me! See a full review for this one here.

NARS And God Created the Woman – My favourite! An eye shadow kit with six sultry shades, a travel-size Eye Shader Brush, and a medium Pro-Prime Smudgeproof Eyeshadow Base. This palette is captivating and compelling and unleashes the inner goddess in all of us.

This set contains shades – Alhambra, Bellisima, Kalahari, Galapagos, Coconut Grove, Night Clubbing a Pro-Prime™ Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base and a #3 Eyeshadow Brush

Alhambra, a champagne shimmer which isn’t dissimilar to MAC All That Glitters, Bellisima, a matte grey-toned taupe, Kalahari, a warm-toned shimmer laden taupe, Galapagos, a rich brown with golden flecks, Coconut Grove, a deep chocolate matte brown and Night Clubbing a golden shimmer laced black.

My top picks from the line-up? Kalahari – the sort of shade I could sweep over my lids on a daily basis and feel fantastic with and Alhambra, which looks great as an inner corner highlight.

NARS Voulez-Vous Coucher Avec Moi, Ce Soir palette – A covetable, provocative palette features two iconic blushes and a foursome of sophisticated signature shadows.

This set contains shades – Deep Throat blusher, Dolce Vita blusher, Molokai eyeshadow, Antananarivo eyeshadow, Lhasa eyeshadow, Ragoun eyeshadow

Deep Throat – Sheer peach with slight golden shimmer. Think NARS Orgasm, but minus all of that golden shimmer – which imparts a gorgeous natural flush on the cheeks.

Dolce Vita – Matte dusty rose. Although it is “matte”, it has a slight silver sheen to it, but it’s not noticeable until you look very closely. I love this blush! This looks like it would be a perfect blush year round and complimentary for all skin tones!

Molokai – Shimmery nude champagne. This is a shade that is shown a lot in palettes from many brands. With smooth application and high pigmentation, this is a one wash wonder which certainly gets my seal of approval! Thumbs up!

Antananarivo – Warm matte soft brown. This is a perfect defining shade for the lid, perfect in the crease to add subtle definition

Lhasa – Smokey taupe. This is perhaps my least favourite of the bunch and the one I’ll get the least wear out of. Unfortunately I’m just not a blue gal, but for those that are, this one looks like it’d be great!

Ragoun – Brown with slight glitter. The glitter laced through this shadow is very subtle, although I did experience a bit of fall out from this shade which was a little disappointing, but the colour is great for lash line shading and adding depth and definition to your whole looks.

This is the perfect palette for travelling as it houses both blushes and eyeshadows which is always a bonus.

As with every NARS product, the quality of these palettes is impeccable and the colour range is divine. My love for NARS grows with every new release which certainly doesn’t help the size of my makeup stash.

What do you think? Have any of you got these palettes too?

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