If you need a palette of all the neutral shades that you would ever need for your eye make-up, look no further. The NARSissist Eye Palette, which will be launched on 3rd Feb (Monday), contains 15 NARS signature eye shades. You could easily swing from the basic natural look to an intense smothering smokey eye with this palette.

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Priced at S$115, this limited edition palette is a compilation of 15 most loved eye colours from NARS. Most of these shades are available as single eye shadow or eye shadow duos.

The names of all the shades, top to bottom from left.

  • All About Eve I
  • Madrague I
  • Bellissima I
  • Madrague II
  • Nepal
  • Lhasa
  • Fez
  • Ashes to Ashes
  • Bali
  • Brousse II
  • Dogon II
  • Mekong
  • Pandora II

If you are new to NARS eye shadows, the colours are pigmented, especially when used over a primer (I use NARS Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base). The eye shadows are finely-milled, and could be easily blended with a brush. I noticed that my eye makeup didn’t smudge much over a 6-hour wear.

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The colours I used: Nepal (a soft sheer rose), Brousse II (a shimmery blackened violet) and Mekong (an espresso infused with gold). Also dabbed on Bellissima I (light shimmery beige) to highlight the brow bone.

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Very subtle look for Chinese New Year house visiting.

I have calculated. If you use 3 shades for your eye makeup, taking into consideration the different orders/positions of the colours on the lid, you could actually put together 2730 eye looks with these 15 shades.

The NARSissist has been getting quite a lot of attention and is highly anticipated by many aficionados. If you are a NARS lover, or someone who’s beginning to warm up to NARS, and if you do not own many eye shadows from the brand – this will be the perfect opportunity to bag 15 signature shades in one fell swoop.

You could join pre-order the palette here – http://bit.ly/narsissist, or visit TANGS Orchard on February 3rd to get yours!

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