Glass skin? Wet skin? Dewy skin? If you said "YES", then this post is for you baby.
About the Product
Back in March, NARS have released a brand new collection of Highlighting Powders available in six shades, all inspired by exotic locations and "sun drenched islands". Naturally, as your trusted magpie, I felt the urge to investigate and in today's post we are going to look at the most talked about shade in the range: Fort De France.
Claims: "No Glitter. Just Glow"
Price: 38 USD (for 13.9 g/ 0.49 oz). Made in Italy
Packaging: as you might be able to tell, NARS have revamped their packaging this year. Although the compact still has that same [signature] soft-touch/rubberized feel, the new sharp rectangular shape makes it a touch more modern and hip (plus you get a much larger, better quality mirror). Yes, the closure is not magnetic (as some might think; i.e. moi) and the compact will get all fingerprint-y over time, but at this point we all know that that is a part of NARS experience and I have no problems with that.
Colours: you get a lovely selection of shades: from pale gold all the way to warm bronze. There are a two pinkish/rosy tones here too, which is good news for people who love that feminine, grown-up glow. Fort De France is a bestseller for a reason; it is the most perfect and universally flattering neutral shade of champagne, that will look amazing on a plethora of skin tones. Colour-wise it does remind me a bit of the iconic Champagne Pop, however! There is a massive difference between two formulas, whi