I like...Love !...EXTRA DETAILS: - pigmentation is good for a blush, but if you try it for an eye shadow it will take like 20 layers of it - you have to use about 2 layers of the product to see more of a effect rather than a shimmer - you also have to you a big brush, because of the square packaging or you will have very consentrated pink areas over all I think this product is worth it, but also consider all of the things above...I love this blush...it gives my cheeks a naturally flushed look in the day...on a night out I like to apply a little more and blend a bit of cream shimmer to the apples on my cheeks for a glowing look that looks chic...the blush fades a little throughout the day but still worth the buy.
What it is:
An award-winning, pressed powder blush that delivers healthy-looking color to flatter any skin tone.
What it does:
The ultimate authority in blush, NARS offers the industry's bestselling, most iconic shades for cheeks. NARS blush delivers healthy-looking color that enlivens the complexion and provides a natural-looking flush to flatter any skin tone. Iconic shades include a range of translucent, natural tones, each with a subtle pink undertone for a natural-looking blush to highlight the complexion. Silky, superfine micronized powder pigments in matte and shimmering shades ensure irresistibly soft, blendable application. A light application of even the highest-intensity hues delivers a natural-looking flush. These soft, buildable shades deliver a wide range of effects, from ultra-sheer to powerful pops of color.
What else you need to know:
Notable shades include Orgasm and Exhabit A: Orgasm is an award-winning, artist-beloved, editor-coveted, and universally-flattering shade. It blends pinky-peach pigment with subtle golden shimmer highlights, giving cheeks the ultimate natural-looking glow. Exhibit A is named for the famed fashion photographer Guy Bourdin’s photography exhibition. The unique matte red shade delivers an intriguingly warm flush, perfect for darker complexions.
"Cheek color shouldn't be limited to the apples (no one blushes only on their cheeks). I always blend a bit into the hairline, along the jawbone, and on the tip of the nose to create a more natural-looking, all-over hint of color."François Nars, Founder and Creative Director of NARS Cosmetics
"When it comes to blush, how and where you apply it is more important than what color you use."François Nars
"Find the apples of the cheeks by placing two fingers on the high points of the cheekbones. Start with a light-handed application and build to your desired intensity."François Nars