NARS Cosmetics is a French cosmetics and skin care company founded by make-up artist and photographer François Nars. The cosmetics line began with twelve lipsticks sold at Barneys New York. Since then, NARS has created various multi-use beauty products and now is a subsidiary of Shiseido. (

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Recent NARS Reviews

Concealers -NARS -Radiant Creamy Concealer

on 1/20/2018 12:28:00 AM


This goes right under my eye bags and stay put! I got the shade "caramel", it`s such a beautiful nude color, im tempted to use on lips!! Def my HG from now on, wish I got this earlier. My only gripe the price and nars went back to testing on animals :(
Dear Nars, pls dont test on animals!

The sleek packaging is nice for travels and can be confused as a liquid lipstick

So creamy and the wand goes on well and blendable.

fades and needs reapplication

Wld def try anor lighter shade like caramel or sthg

Buy and splurge!

Foundations -NARS -Natural Radiant Longwear Foundation


I'm 52, have worn foundation since I was 15. I am almost always able to find something I like about nearly every cosmetic i have ever purchased, and there have been thousands. This is without question the worst (and there have been many) foundation I have ever worn. Not even close to being long-lasting, not even for a 9 hour work day. Literally, you touch an area on your face, and it is going to leave a mark/streak, etc. I am fortunate to have very few fine lines, but this foundation finds them and quickly settles into them. It exaggerates the lines/pores on my face like nothing has before. Before you ask, yes, I take care of my skin--serum, moisturize, etc. And yes, I use a translucent loose powder to set. I also was a makeup artist several years ago and have worked for several cosmetic companies. Do not waste your time of money on this one, ladies.

5 of 6 people found this helpful.

Liquid -NARS -Sheer Glow Foundation

on 1/19/2018 6:32:00 PM


Definitely not worth the price and is very heavy looking on dry skin. Looks very matte and clings to dry patches. The name of this foundation is very misleading

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Mascara -NARS -Audacious Mascara


This is bad. The brush was really uncomfortable with really long spikes that constantly poked me as I was trying to get the brush close enough to my eye to get mascara at the base of my lashes. The formula is also terrible. Really dry and did nothing. Made curled lashes stick straight and was neither lengthening or volumizing. I usually stick it out and use up the tube but this one got tossed almost full. Thankfully it was a mini/sample size! Don’t waste your money!!

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Tinted Moisturizer -NARS -Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer

on 1/16/2018 12:08:00 AM


I wanted to like it, but I don't.
For the reference, my skin is normal to dry, slightly dehydrated and very sensitive.
It has nice sheer coverage, that looks like my skin but better. It's not moisturizing enough to be used on its own and directly emphasizes dry patches. In five hours, my skin starts looking too dry, and the product is worn off.
With the moisturizer, it does okay over my dry patches when I apply it, but in five hours tops, every part of my face that is usually dry becomes looking greasy. I used the same moisturizer with different foundations and never had this effect. Over the moisturizer, in five hours I can barely detect spot coverage of Nars. It becomes spotty and smears all over.
The staying power isn't there no matter how I use it.
The other thing is that it is fragranced and if I apply it anywhere near my eyes (not into the eyes!) my eyes will remain watery through all the day, though I haven't had any skin reaction to the product.

I don't think that it's okay for the product that is priced 45$+taxes to don't have a decent lasting power.

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