I agree with Ekelur - Make eyes bluer with this! Nepal is a great base color - kind of pinky peach. Add Lola for a neutral brown. Fez is a little darker brown and Galapagos is a lot more brown!
I really like this colour. Its perfect for days when you don't feel like wearing any dramatic colours on your eyes, but you don't wanna go out with nothing on either. I wear this to school on its own all the time. Great product !
This is a really good color. This, teamed with Ondine eyeshadow is really nice. I bought Ondine first and didn't know what to team it with. Nepal is a nice friend for it.
VersaceBlonde described this shade perfectly. It is indeed a shimmery rose-mauve-petal pink. I find this to be a very wearable (I avoided pinks like the plague before seeing this in Sephora) and versatile shade. I wear it alone for a fresh look or blend it with other colors (purples/plums and shimmery browns work well with this) for smoky eye looks. It's a beautiful shade that works with so many skintones, haircolors, and eyecolors :-)
A very pretty muted rose pink. The texture is soft and goes on smoothly. This color seems to work on many skin tones. The compact (small, black rubber) attracts dust easily, but comes with a handy little mirror.
As a product: NARS shadows simply melt into your skin and last even on oily lids nearly all day. Even though the retail for a single is $21, the pan will last a long time, providing frequent uses. The pigmentation on the majority of shades (Nepal included) is great, and shimmer (when included) is not overpowering or gritty.
As a color: Nepal is a shimmering rose-mauve-petal pink. Even those who feel they cannot wear pink should try Nepal, as it is a very soft and demure rose, and is a slightly cool-ish neutral.
As a whole: Although I don't reach for Nepal all that often, when I do, it offers a simple shimmery sheen on eyes. It is very flattering on my blue eyes and NC20 skin, a great spring shade with other soft colors.
Complementary Products: For a monochromatic look, try Nepal with a simple shimmery brown liner (i.e. Clinique Chocolate Luster) and a shimmery rose-mauve blush (i.e. NARS madly) and a shimmery rose-mauve lippie (i.e. Clinique Adore U Buttershine)
I love the texture and the colour. The powder shadow is so smooth that it melts into my lids like cream shadows. The colour is a copper shimmery peachy shade that compliments and brightens up my eyes. I sometimes use it alone and sometimes use it as a base and put on a darker shade in the crease.
Quality is great, the color was wrong. It was too dark and wrong kind of shimmery to make me look awake. It just made my lids look even duller. I was expecting to wear this alone and make me look clean. Id did the opposite. I am pale, blue-green eyes, red hair.
This is part of my "make blue eyes look bluer" recipe: sweep this lovely peachy/pinky/coppery shimmer over the lid, then add Lola Lola in the crease. Add black or brown eyeliner if desired, and lots of mascara. Perfecto!
A really great neutral colour, that works alone, with liner, or as a base. Try layering mykonos underneath for a pretty, but subtle look! The only setback is that it is quite pricey, but it also has a gorgeous texture that is easy to blend, unlike so many drugstore brands that feel chalky.