NARS have launched two beautiful new cheek palettes for Spring. The NARS Full Dimension Cheek Palette Collection includes two different cheek palettes, with one catering for lighter skintones, and the other catering for deeper skintones. If you’d like to find out all about the two new limited edition cheek palettes, keep on reading…
“Create dimension. Command attention. Work the spotlight with two limited-edition cheek palettes featuring a matte blush complemented by a highlighter, shimmering blush, and bronzer to let your skin reveal natural dimension from every angle. Available in two palettes, one ideal for light-to-medium skin tones, and one ideal for medium-to-deep skin tones.“
The NARS Full Dimension Cheek Palette Collection includes the following two palettes;
Both palettes are $49, and feature four cheek powders to blush, bronze and contour the skin. I love the packaging on the palettes. They’re both housed within plastic compacts, with a mirrored lid which looks so sleek.
NARS always launch cheek palettes in their holiday collections, but there weren’t any in their holiday 2020 collection, so I do wonder whether these two palettes were originally supposed to be part of the holiday collection line up. Even if they’re a little late, the shades inside work well all year round, and they’re both beautiful.
The first palette in the NARS Full Dimension Cheek Palette Collection is the Full Dimension Cheek Palette I, which is the palette that caters for lighter skintones, and the one I’d buy from the two as I think it’d complement my pale skintone. Plus, I love NARS blushers and bronzers.
- HIGH RISK (shimmering rose champagne)
- DANGER ZONE (matte rose)
- CONTROVERSY (shimmering grapefruit)
- INDECENT (matte neutral brown)
The second palette in the NARS Full Dimension Cheek Palette Collection is the Full Dimension Cheek Palette II, which is the palette that caters for deeper skintones.
- INHIBITION (shimmering copper)
- PRIVATE VIEWING (burnished apricot)
- DOUBLE DARE (shimmering peach)
- GRAPHIC CONTENT (matte warm brown)
Both of the two palettes contain superfine, micronized powder pigments provide an easy, blendable application for a naturally flushed effect.
I think it’s great that NARS have launched a palette for lighter skin and deeper skintones, as many brands launch just one palette which doesn’t cater for everyone. They’re both very pretty, and they’re available right now.
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