Next up, let’s look at NARS Undress Me Multiple, “an nearly nude pink with silver shimmer” from the Fall 2012 Collection.
The color is a beautiful light pink with silver sparkles. Compared to NARS New Order Highlighting Blush, it is more neutral and the glitter is more refined, making it more wearable.
The cream-based formula is enriched with Vitamin E and acai oil. Not only did it glide on like a dream, I did not experience any glitter fallout. Pigmentation was good as well and I was able to get a good 6 hours before the color started to fade.
Like all NARS Multiples, this can be used on the eyes, cheeks and lips. On my NC30 skin, the color showed up nicely as an eyeshadow, blush and lip color. But for those with darker skin tones, I would imagine it to be too light. I also like to keep this only on the eye and cheek areas since I find it too drying on my lips.
See the rest of the NARS Fall 2012 Collection here!
NARS Undress Me Multiple is available as part of the permanent collection at narscosmetics.com and Sephora for $39.
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Looks beautiful! Love the colour and the shimmer. <3
I’ve come to really dislike NARS products & am sorry I started buying them. NYX makes beautiful cream blush sticks that I like a lot more than NARS Multiples. They’ve got a much nicer finish & are priced far better.
Although its not my main brand, I have to admit the blush really looks good.