Another darn lip product I can’t live without!!
First off, let me repeat myself, I have a lip product problem..I can’t seem to have enough, and when these bad boys came out, I knew I was in trouble!
Now, before I start telling you about how fabulous this lipstick is, let me give you a quick run down of Nars history.
The man himself, Francois Nars
Nars is a Shiseido owned company, founded by Francois Nars, a photographer as well as a makeup artist. Francois was exposed to fashion at an early age thanks to his mother, Claudette Nars, and later on in his life, graduated from the Carita Makeup School in Paris. In 1984 he moved to New York as the opportunities in America for cosmetics were endless. His love of color and style were recognized by many in the industry including his now good buddy, Marc Jacobs, and many well known celebrities such as Naomi Campbell and Linda Evangelista were constantly asking for him. Francois felt frustrated by how little product was available to makeup artists and in 1994, released his own brand of makeup, known as Nars.
Now… onto the Lipsticks. Seeing as it is the 20th Anniversary for Nars, they decided to come out with 20 truly amazing lipsticks, called the “Audacious Lipsticks.”
“Its luxurious, pigment-rich formula glides on intense, full-coverage color in a single stroke. A specially embossed bullet, dressed in a matte-black metallic case, reveals a strikingly sculptural design. Housed in a modern, matte-black metallic case with a magnetic closure.” – Narscosmetics.com
Holy smokes. Let me repeat – everything in that quotation above is correct. The pigmentation of these lipsticks are truly unreal. A little goes a long way, and it is up there in one of the longest lasting lipsticks I have ever worn. (Not to mention, the packaging is pretty dang cool as well, the magnetic closure is great!)
If you are looking for a new go-to lipstick, with great pigmentation and an amazing staying power, this is definitely the one for you!!
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Blog By: Shayla Rose