NARS Eyeshadow Duos

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I am an eyeshadow junkie as most of you may have guessed. It is my favourite part of the face to experiment with in my makeup routine.

A brand of eyeshadows that I do love is NARS, which do some lovely, if a tad expensive eyeshadow duos. I do have so many due to getting a decent pay and some Christmas money. I got some of the originals before the formulas are changed. They are so creamy and blendable, I love using these eyeshadows so much!

I have swatched all the ones that I own and will be using some in upcoming tutorials. If you would like to see any of these palettes in action let me know.

St Paul-De-Vence

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A very natural cream eyeshadow duo. This one is beautiful for a very neutral eye look. I love to match this one up with winged liner or even just wear it on it’s own.

Key Largo

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A gorgeous matte cream with a golden brown shade. This is another natural eyeshadow that looks amazing on it’s own. You could also smoke out some pencil liner along the lash lines with this.

Tzarine

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This is a beautiful eyeshadow duo for a more glam day look. This looks amazing with winged liner and false lashes.

Charade

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This is a pretty dusty purple palette which looks amazing for a daytime look. You could darken the crease to smoke this up for an evening look too.

All About Eve

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This is very similar to St Paul’s but has a more pearlescent sheen to the shades. This looks amazing on its own with a touch of brown mascara.

Earth Angel

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This is such a beautiful duo. You have two very earthy toned shadows; one olive green and a brown. These look beautiful on their own or with a touch of smudged green eyeliner. These were probably the hardest eyeshadows to find other than Isolde and Kauai.

Jolie Poupee

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One for the more adventurous. I thought the name translated to ‘happy poo,’ but apparently it’s ‘lovely doll.’ Just slightly different! I love wearing this with some black liner along the lash line. I love the darker purple on its own across the lid and lower lash line.

Isolde

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This should be called the rarest palette ever! I blame Zoella for saying this is her favourite eyeshadow palette. Everybody and their daughters wants this little bugger. And with good reason. It is a gorgeous gold duo. I look this as a golden brown smokey eye. It’s amazing.

Kuala Lumpur

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This actually applies more sheer than you would think. It’s a gorgeous neutral palette for the daytime. It’s one of my favourites of the bunch.

Kauai

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I have no idea how to pronounce this! Is it Kow-hai? No idea. But these are such gorgeous shadows! The pigment is amazing. You have a super creamy champagne gold and a glittery purple. The effect on the lids is stunning; they almost give a wet look to the eyes. I love them. This is also a palette that I struggled to find so if you do get ahold of it, treasure it with your life!

Which is your favourite? Are there any others that you think that I would like; let me know so that I can buy them 😉

Bye for now!

xxx

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About jennywren7

I'm Jennifer; northern beauty blogger and Starbucks addict. I enjoy blogging about various aspects of my life and throwing the odd review and tutorial into the mix. Hope you enjoy reading my various ramblings.
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7 Responses to NARS Eyeshadow Duos

  1. Beautiful collection! Charade and Kuala Lumpur are my favs 🙂 xxx Emily

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  2. Key Largo is my fave !

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  3. ibeautytalk says:

    Isolde is my favourite! Absolutely stunning

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  4. FilipinoInsideOut says:

    they all look amazing!

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  5. StaceyT says:

    I keep eyeing these on the Sephora website, I just can’t decide which to get first! Your collection is lovely! x

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