Today I'm trying the new NARS foundation. The shade Im using is Gobi which is a light pale yellow undertone. Which as you know, I prefer. So the foundation is supposed to feel like nothing and look like a better version of your skin. The perfect foundation right? I would say it's medium to full coverage more so on the full side. I do really like it but I have extremely dry skin with extra dry patches so it really clung to those. I applied it with a flat top kabuki and it went on nicely but like I said where I'm dry it looked very flaky. So to remedy that somewhat I started spraying Fix+ on a duo fiber brush and patting it on the skin before appling any powder. It did help but I feel like using a damp beauty blender would've helped more and a heavier moisturizer. The one I chose was thin and light so tomorrow I believe I'll try a heavier one or maybe even an oil.
This is $48 available at Sephora or NARs and it's 1 oz. You don't need a whole lot of this either to get coverage so I feel like it's fairly priced. They have a TON of shade ranges which is fantastic. Lots of yellow bases and neutral and even some peachy ones. There's literally a shade for everyone and that's a huge relief. It always sucks not being able to try a foundation because there's not a shade for you and when it's a high price point it's ridiculous to buy two just to get your shade. That's just my opinion though you most certainly can do whatever you like.
I'm a makeup and skincare lover. I have always enjoyed creating looks but I love to help people with product knowledge and application even more. I've been able to do these things because God has seen fit to bless me with the opportunity.
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