Whilst the palette itself is not new to Nars lovers, this mixture of shades is new to me and my eyeshadow wardrobe, so I thought best to let you eyeshadow lovers know about it too. Mixing a shimmery champagne pink with a matte grey toned blue and shimmery fern green, you may have wandered past this palette without a second glance. But when you actually look at how pigmented the shades are and how vibrant they are on the skin, you can start to come up with a few eyeshadow looks that could really show these off. The green swept across the eyelid, the grey blue in the crease to smoke it out and a touch of the pink in the inner corners is definitely going to be a winning look for me. But just sweeping the smokey blue over your eyelid with the pink in the corners would be a simple and sultry eye look also. Pink all over the lid with blue in the crease would also be a bright and vibrant change as would the green shade underneath the eyelid as an under eye eyeliner. The smokiness of the blue and more dulled tones coming through the green, mean that they can still be worn without worry that you will look like a disco ball.
I wish I could build up my entire makeup collection in all Nars palettes. How pretty would they all look lined up together!? Let me know what you thought of this palette and the shades inside or if you have a palette you could recommend to me as a fave.
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