Wednesday, July 29, 2009

NARS Fall 2009 Make Up Collection





Ladies, here are the details for the NARS Fall 2009 make up collection...

NARS Fast Ride Lipstick - This seemingly dark purple may intimidate, but swipe it across

the lips and its true shade is revealed: a sheer mulberry. A color that falls somewhere

between an intense plum wine stain, and a moody, deep violet. I will definitely be getting this lipstick.

NARS Silk Road Duo Eye shadow - This new shade mirrors the hues from

traditional damask fabrics. Classic meets edgy in this new duo — an icy pink is paired with

a warm rose gold with golden flecks.

NARS Brumes Duo Eye shadow - These new hues perfectly capture the moody shades of a

cool twilight sky. Brumes pairs a velvety matte charcoal with a sparkling, blue state for a

smoky eye that is both confident and serene.

NARS Indian Summer Duo Eye shadow - A typical Indian summer comes as a surprise,

balmy sunshine meets brisk fall. Swipe the summery, frosted champagne shimmer

up to the brow, and line the upper lid with the autumnal

deep, matte mustard for a striking look, appropriate for every season.

NARS Mekong Single Eye shadow - This is the perfect

addition to the NARS woman's adventurous palette.

The intense, blackened espresso hue scattered with rose gold is a

study in contrasts. Applied liberty across the lid it exudes a sexy attitude, or applied

lightly, a simple, fashion-forward sophistication.

NARS Tokaido Express - This new hue is a cult classic in the making. Named after Japan’s

most heavily frequented high-speed rail route, this lacquer is an opulent blackened

amethyst doused with ultra-fine gold dust particles. This shade is to die for…I definitely

need to add this to my collection.

NARS Fall 2009 Collection is available online now at

www.narscosmetics.com and will be available in August at

NARS counters and at Sephora.com.

I love NARS so much and this collection excites me so much!!

xo

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