NARS Lip Gloss Review and Swatches- Reformulated
NARS Lip Gloss lavishes lips in a full spectrum of shades. Enriched with nourishing ingredients for long-lasting smooth, comfortable wear. The doe-foot applicator smoothly glides across lips with comfort and precision.
NARS Cosmetics is thrilled to announce that is has given its “cult classic” Lip Gloss a new formulation. Lavishly coating lips in a full spectrum of shades with sophisticated natural shine – perfect for everyday glamour – the silky texture and new doefoot applicator provide precise application and longer, more comfortable wear. Nourishing ingredients hydrate and smooth fine lines leaving lips soft and supple, while Sea Lavender helps protect against signs of aging.
This comprehensive 30-shade collection includes 7 fashion-forward new shades and 23 iconic favorites for a full range of effects, from sheer shine to bold luster. The newly designed packaging features a clear tube for improved color visibility – allowing the colors to pop off the shelves.
Expect these new Lip Glosses to arrive on April 15, 2014 at NARS boutiques and on narscosmetics.com and May 1, 2014
Price: $26 each
Scent: Slight scent. I can’t make out what it is but it is almost scentless.
Taste: No taste
Sticky: No. I even put my hair on it but it didn’t stick. There is a slightly thicker texture but makes my lips feel pillowy.
Packaging: Double walled and light weight but with a classy feel. Very cute and professional looking.
Overall: I really like these glosses. They are comfortable to wear and I only had to reapply after meals. The colors are mostly sheer with slight pigmentation so I HIGHLY recommend going into the store to test out the colors before buying. If you are looking for something to complement your lipstick or something to just wear without a lot of color these are perfect. I also am happy that they didn’t dry out my lips at the end of the night.
Tip: Apply lip liner first then gloss for a nice opaque look.
Product provided by brand for review consideration. All opinions are my own.