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daisybutter - UK Style and Fashion Blog: beauty reviews, nars cosmetics, nars palm beach multiple

Nars Multiple in 'Palm Beach', £29.00. (Received as a gift following an internship.)
Hands down the most confusing product that I own, my Nars Multiple has quickly found its' footing in my collection as a near daily, summer, product. A multi-use product that can be used on the cheeks, eyes and lips, the Nars Multiples are a hugely popular product and I can sort of see why, give or take a few schoolgirl errors on my part. (£29 for this though?! I can't see myself repurchasing...)

'Palm Beach' is described as a rich bronze, and in my words, a scary dark bronze. It is a very warm, rich bronze colour with a shimmery gold bronze running through it, housed in the infamous matte black Nars twist up tube. On application, I'd go so far as to say it is scarier when swatched. Again, a very rich colour that is highly pigmented which is more than expected! I currently like to apply this generously on the contours of my face, blending out with my fingers for a bronzed cheeks look. Be careful though: if this isn't blended out fully, it leans on the orange, muddy side of bronzed, which isn't a look I can pull off! xo

daisybutter - UK Style and Fashion Blog: beauty reviews, nars cosmetics, nars palm beach multiple

7 comments

  1. I've always wanted to try NARS product, I've heard some good reviews about them, what a nifty little product :D

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  2. I love NARS products, never used multiples though! xx

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  3. Perhaps if it were a different and lighter color it would be more worth the price since it can be used in so many different ways?

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  4. Bronzers or anything dark terrifies me! I have Benefit High Beam, which is like the opposite its a "highlighter". I still don't fully understand it, it actually comes out better in photos to be honest!
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  5. I could definitely see myself getting a lot of use out of this, especially for eye make up and cheeks. I do agree with you about the price tag here, £29 is a bit steep on a student budget xoxo

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  6. From everything that I've heard about NARS products I'm desperate to try them but I can't bring myself to give in to the massive price tags! x

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