NARS Dual Intensity Blush is a novelty of 2015 in an unusual format for me: two shades at once, and even contrasting ones. Do you want to take a closer look at them?
Let me reassure you right away: the NARS Dual Intensity Blush is not a limited edition product that you want to buy after a while, but it just disappeared into nowhere. It will be waiting for you in the base collection. In stock you will see 6 of these boxes with two different shades inside.
Description of double blush NARS Dual Intensity Blush
Nars packaging is my pain. Every time I buy their products, I imagine what they will turn into in just a month. Made of rubberized material, they cling to everything that is possible! And it would be fine with a napkin or makeup remover to return them to their presentation, no! The coverage will never be the same again. In general, I warned you. Measure this beforehand, it will be easier this way.
NARS Dual Intensity Blush – Panic
I see very bright and contrasting colors that clearly have no place in daytime makeup! – so I thought, until I put blush on my face.
They can be used together or separately. I tried both options and I liked both for the result. This is despite the fact that one color is frankly pink and the other is almost orange. Therefore, fear away! We boldly wave a brush and are not afraid to ruin the face makeup. You still can’t ruin it.
Do you know why? Powdery microparticles are mixed in the blush formula. Thanks to them, the texture is silky. And if only that … The blush does not dust. At all! But at the same time, they are evenly recruited onto the brush and give the ideal amount of pigment. Well, lovely!
They can be applied both dry and wet.
Swatch tells us how harmoniously these two shades look. When transferred to the skin, they merge into one color, which makes it unique.
I applied more than usual as the flash “breaks through” the blush and the color loses intensity.
NARS Dual Intensity Blush – Fervor
Another beautiful story about two controversial shades. You can pay attention to them if the first palette seemed to you “dangerous” in colors. This one certainly cannot be called that.
I love to “wear” them together, separately they are about nothing. The one on the left is too faded, and the one on the right is too saturated. Together they are the perfect couple.
Do you agree?
I almost forgot to say that NARS Dual Intensity Blush has a shining finish. They can be classified as satin, but definitely not matte or pearlescent. You would know how beautiful this coating is. After this, it is already difficult to return to another coating.
They replace your highlighter powder and brighten your skin very gently.
NARS Dual Intensity Blush is made for those who don’t like to steam up. I have no idea what difficulties may arise with them. The ability to control color without a single chance of blotting blush is a dream blush?