Product Reviews by immoralfear
I find this to be the most versatile palette of the lot. The Tokyo duo, a lovely understated polished lavender grey, goes beautifully with New York, a gorgeous matte red-brown or other liners. The blushes, Mata Hari and Amour are great on their own but mix well too. I like Mata Hari lightly on the apples of my cheeks and Amour on the cheekbone. Dolce Vita, the most plain shade, is a great mixing …Read more
Yes, this is subtle despite the shimmer and gives me a lovely polished look. It looks good with different liners as well. I tend to wear this on days I wear my red-brown glasses, with New York to line and it brightens up my face. Awesome.
Pink chocolate is about right. I prefer this to Dolce Vita as it has more oomph, but they both give the same YLBB polished shine. This is not too drying as well, and has decent staying power. I like, but probably won't purchase because it is not such a unique shade.
Matte cotton candy pink that almost looks natural on my yellowish Asian NC30 skin. Great for fresh, sweet youthful looks. I usually dust this lightly on the apple of my cheeks and use another warmer blush like Orgasm or Amour on my cheekbones.
Orgasm, sans shimmer, with a bit more brown-red tones. Could be used lightly for a barely there glow but looks great layered for a more sophisticated look. Like NARS blushes, this is silky, pigmented and best used with sparingly. Loving it!
On me this does show up a pretty pink-chocolate, evens out the colour of my lips and gives a polished sheen. Truly MLBB. Also a good mixing medium for lipsticks that are too dark or too light. This seems does drying than other NARS lipsticks, but comes off faster. Mmm.
I remembered how reading these rave reviews made me so hyped that I rushed to True Colours in Singapore, the only place that stocks NARS then up to grab this baby. I was not disappointed. Though I had to pay nearly 50USD for this one, I find that it is money well spent. You get so much product - I have had mine for three years, use it regularly and am not even halfway through. I like the …Read more