Feb 142012
 

This week’s series of emails from Nars at New York Fashion Week (Fall 2012) brings this intriguing preview of some new items for some of Nars’ plans for his own releases in Fall 2012. These items were used on the runway this week at 3.1 Philip Lim. A new Undress Me multiple and new Carpates Stylo eyeliner are on the way. Also, it appears that Outlaw blush is returning. The application on the cheeks here look quite subtle and natural. Doesn’t Nars Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer SPF30/PA+++ look fabulous? I’m enjoying wearing it very much.

“This girl is part cartoon, but emotional, edgy, ethereal, and on the brink of tears” says Francelle Daly, NARS Brand Ambassador. “Think, ‘comic book super hero meets emotional Roy Lichtenstein character.’”
FACE
·         Concealer
·         Outlaw Blush (New for Fall 2012!)
·         Undress Me Multiple (New for Fall 2012!)
 
EYES
·         Carpates Stylo Eyeliner (New for Fall 2012!)
LIPS
·         Jungle Red Lip Liner
·         Triple X Lip Gloss
 The face chart shows strong eyes with a touch of red/pink. Although Jungle Red lipliner is listed, the lips look almost nude in the shot at the top, although there is more color on the model to whom makeup is being applied. Perhaps the red liner was not used on every model.
On the runway:

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  6 Responses to “Preview of Nars Fall Items at 3.1 Philip Lim”

  1. The model in the first photograph; is that Mackenzie Hamilton? I’ve been a huge fan since her work for Shiseido years ago, it’d be lovely to see her on the runway again. *g*

  2. Amy, such joy to have you back! You are the best, and without you, beauty blogs simply are not the same.

  3. Is it possible that the lip liner is used for the red on the eyes and the new stylo liner is the black liner?

  4. In general, it’s a very pretty, natural look, especially with the slicked back hair. I’m looking forward to seeing the blush and multiple that were used in creating this look. I’m not so sure about the red circle near the tear duct, though. It makes the model look like she has an eye infection. A dot of red near the tear duct is actually an old theatrical makeup trick that made stage actors’ eyes appear more prominent. Great for the stage; in real life, not so much.

  5. I AM SO HAPPY! I have been lemming over Outlaw blush and was so sad to find out it was discontinued a while ago… ^^ I will definitely be purchasing it when the Fall 2012 collection comes out.

  6. I think they used Jungle Red lipliner on the eyelids.

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