|Would buy this product again.||68%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
i love this ! I'm a NC42, as a tan girl i can not wear a lot of nudes, most of them end up looking like i slather on concealer which is not a pretty sight LMAO. This is by far, the perfect NUDE for me which is really hard for me to actually find one, so now that i have finally ended search, i cant repurchase it because NARS doesn't carry it no more :/ sight...
NARS bring this baby back.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Let me second (or third!) the other reviewers here .... "NARS, please bring back Bambi!"
On me, this shade is an absolutely true nude, as it neutralizes the natural bluish pink shade of my lips. *I've never found another nude I like as much.*
Bambi is also a very '60s retro shade ... reminds me of the shades of lipstick I wore when I first began wearing makeup! (Dating myself here.)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
Okay Nars, bring the Bambi l/s BACK! Some of us need a nude like this, you know, the kind with no pink at all. The truely nude l/s. Why do you take this away from us )=
I love this nude. I first tried it in the Skin Deep palette and I love it. It's a caramel yellow based nude so if you have very pink lips this will cancel that out for you and give you a great nude lip. Seriously, bring it back.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
Bad news for a lll, nc25 reddish-brown haired gal like me. Sickly. Like I have liver disease. No thanks.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Bambi is a yellow-orange beige shade, its almost too warm for me to pull off. I don't love this lipstick because if I wear it on its own it isn't very flattering and kind of makes my lips disappear into my face. But topped with clear (or almost any color) gloss this lipstick transforms into a beautiful nude lipcolor. Without any tan on my face I could never pull this color off, but it does make a beautiful Summer nude lipcolor when topped off with a gloss. I'd most likely buy this shade again, but only because I have yet to find a color exactly like it. If I could find a less-drying formula from another brand that looked exactly like this color I would not purchase Bambi again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
Bambi is a very yellow beige, it looks great on people with olive skin, and thats about it. It could be an HG beige for anyone with Jennifer Lopez or mid toned east indian ladies, anyone too dark and it might look ashy.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
This is my fave lipstick of all time!! It is a little drying, but I will put up with it for this shade. It is the perfect opaque,warm, peachy, nude beige!!
I love it with or without liner! Actually I haven't found a liner that looks great with it, but I try my butt off!! This is the only lipstick I have bought a second tube of! No Joke!*Update* I am going to give this four lippies because it dries my lips out soooo much!
If they ever discontinue it I will cry :'-(* Update- this fairly drying and I am finding that I have to wear balm under or gloss over it to keep the drying effect away!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Drop dead gorgeous warm nude ... works perfectly to tone down the natural blue shades in the color of my lips. I like it better than any other Nars nude lipstick shade (except for Napoli, a big favorite of mine) because somehow it looks less flat on me than some of the other nudes. Recommend highly.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I had to give this three lippies instead of two because the color is just so great. This is a true nude. There is no pink or brown here! If you want JLo lips, Bambi is your best bet. However, rememeber that JLo only has to glide down the red carpet and look good for five minutes; you want to look good all night. Bambi has NO staying power and also makes lips very dry and chapped. After the initial delight of discovering such a great color, I was dissapointed to find that NARS lipstick doesn't deliver in other areas.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
This shade is in my Skin Deep palette, and I've read that this formula is a bit harder than the lippie. As for the shade .. I love this so much for than my MAC Fleshpot. It's nude, but not 60s retro. It shows up a bit orange (not peachy) on my warm pigmented lips so it might be more nude on someone else. It glides on easily, no gritty feeling for me, but drys out after some wear. I'll probably buy a tube so that touchups are easier. Great for natural or bronzed looks. I'll try it with dramatic eyes this holiday season. I love NARS packaging, but I do think it's quite overpriced! (doesn't stop me from spending my money ..)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
Why am I so unlucky with Nars listicks? This one is a honey toned color, very beautiful color, it seems creamier than Barbarella, at first it's an avarege creamy lipstick on me and then it dries my lips and I'm desperete because they are so expensive.....I think I will leave you Nars for my loved Mac......
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Being blessed with naturally vabrant purplish lips that overpower all my other features, I've spent many a dollar searching for the perfect opaque nude lipstick that can tone down my what I call my purple fish. Bambi is everything I wanted a lipstick shade. It is opaque, it's not pink, it's not orange, its not brown. It's nude in all its glory. That being said, I must register my incredible disappointment when I actually put on the lipstick and discovered what a grainy mess it was!! I have never used a lipstick that clumped together and felt so drying as this! And, considering how very expensive this was ($20), couldn't NARS have invested in some conditioners in its products? Even worse, the shade faded within an hour. How's that for a long-lasting high-end lipstick? Now I find myself slathering on the lip-balm before this, which kind of defeats the purpose of it's opaqueness. Ugh.
I hope that the tube I got was a fluke, but that's highly unlikely, as when I bought it, the store had just begun to carry NARS products, so this must be a new batch. Moral of the story, even though it may be unsanitary, try to find a way to test a lipstick on your lips before buying.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I've been searching for the perfect nude lipstick for a long time now. I've gone through all kinds of weird, wishy-washy colours on my search, but finally I have found Bambi!
Bambi doesn't particularly drawn attention to the lips, in fact it completely sends them to the back. This shade is completely perfect for pairing with bright, smokey or fancy eyes. By using this lovely nude lippie you can go all the way with wow-factor eyes without looking over-done or (in some of my worse cases) like a drag queen. Hoho.
That said, adding a touch of gloss to Bambi can draw attention back to the lips, making them look natural, delicate and lovely.
I must admit this colour doesn't last forever on me, especially when I add gloss, but applying it is half the fun .. so who cares?
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Bambi looks alot like Honolulu Honey, infact they're practically the same except Bambi is lighter and more natural looking. I think I like Bambi better, it's a shade that intensifies my blush for some reason, just like Barbarella.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I got this colour in the skin deep pallette...and being the nude lip ho that I am, I must have shrieked when I saw this.....its NUDE. Yep thats right, not peach, not pink, but NUDE. I mean beige nude. The consistency is lovely...a satiny finish with added moisturisers...looks great on the lips with or without lipliner. Some gals may want to put some gloss on top of this to give the colour some depth, but if you're looking for a beige nude lipcolour, this is it, although Im guessing this wont suit all skin tones, so do try before you buy.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I don't really like this. It shows up orange on my NC35, BB Natural skin. Plus its not very lasting and its drying.
Expensive to boot as well.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I ordered this lippie sight unseen from Sephora and based on the reviews here... At first, I absolutely thought it was hideous- seriously made me look dead. But then I started adding a gloss over it and changing up the lipliners... and now, I do love it! I think this could definitely be one of my faves for Fall. It creates a great peachy nude based lip- that can be perked up with a little gloss. But buyer beware- this is definitely a NUDE lip, so if you're looking for a nude pink lippie this is NOT it. This is a peachy, nude lippie. It's also my first NARS lipstick. I love it. It lasts about as long as any other brands and although it doesn't have that yummy MAC smell of vanilla- it's still great. It's not drying at all and even a little moisturizing. It doesn't have a glassy sheen; but more of a satin type finish. Overall I am pleased... but I'm not sure that I would buy this same shade again. I might aim for something with a lil more color- but you never know- this is one of my faves with smokey eyes for now. (NC35, black hair, brown eyes)
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Green
This is the lipstick I've been searching for! On me (MMM/GGG) it is a perfect matte nude with peachy-tan tones. Very smooth application and holds up well. It looks great alone and even more gorgeous with gloss over it. However I do think this would be a difficult color for most people to wear. If you're cool-toned or prefer pink-based products, this probably would not look good on you.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I like a YLBB look, but this lip color was too natural. It almsot erased my lips. Definitely one part of the Skin Deep palette that will not be used up. Even mixing this color w/ the Manhattan l/s (also in palette) didn't help much.