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The Beauty Bite: Nars Multiple Tint - Turks/Caicos

Friday, 4 June 2010

Nars Multiple Tint - Turks/Caicos

After waiting for what seemed like an eternity, this week it finally arrived.

Oh. Mama.

Telling you just how lovely this is would be foolish, because no words can really sum it up. This is literally everything a multiple isn't - which, quite frankly, is a truly wonderful thing.

Nars Turks/Caicos VS Nars Orgasm

There are a trio of differences between the Multiple and the Multiple Tint:
1: It's size.
2: It's lack of shimmer.

Yes! The Nars Multiple Tint comes in a thick plastic tube. Long gone are the days of grease, finger prints and endless smudges decorating your casing - this little bad boy is staying clean!

If that's not enough, it's also a whole gram heavier than it's predecessor. Which, considering at £27 it's exactly the same price as the Multiple, is a fantastic bonus.

Turks/Caicos heavily swatched

The Multiple Tint is currently available is three vibrant shades: Beverly Hills - bright red, Cadaques - bright pink, and Turks/Caicos - bright orange. After swatching the shades in person we decided to try out Turks/Caicos - simply because it's not a colour you'd normally find in our make up collection.

In stick form the tone of the orange is BOLD. However, when transferred onto skin the formula transforms the pigmentation into a sheer, gorgeous coral. On application, the consistency of the tint is almost like jelly- which is real pleasure to blend. If you find the multiple too "creamy" for your skin then this product will most certainly suit you better. It stays put for hours and has more of the characteristics of a cheek stain as oppose to a blush.

Turks/Caicos applied onto bare skin.

As far as summer products go you couldn't really ask for more. It doesn't slip or slide when faced with sweat, it layers beautifully over both cream and powder bases, plus it's formula is so sheer it's really up to you how to take the colour. Also, it's distinct lack of shimmer doesn't stop the product looking radiant - the jello texture catches the light marvellously and leaves the cheeks positively glowing.

We're huge fans of Nars. We're huge fans of the Multiple. But on those days when a creamy cheek just won't work, the Multiple tint goes and fills the void in the most elegant and subtle way possible.
Looks like we've found our holiday romance of 2010...

Nars multiples are available from and on the counter exclusively at Liberty's of London for £27.

*this product was purchased by the Beauty Bite*

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At Friday, June 04, 2010 , Blogger Unknown said...

This looks so lovely, I'd love one!

At Friday, June 04, 2010 , Blogger The Beauty Bite said...

I'm wearing this now and bees keeps landing on my face(!!!) Maybe avoid wearing this in the countryside - you might just turn into a walking hive!


At Saturday, June 05, 2010 , Blogger The Student's Guide To Nail Polish said...

HOW haven't I heard of this blog before? Why have you guys only got six (now seven) followers? Unbelievable. This blog is well written and generally awesome. Peace out.

At Saturday, June 05, 2010 , Blogger The Beauty Bite said...

What can we say? You have great taste!

The Beauty Bite

At Monday, July 05, 2010 , Blogger dianeuk01 said...

Looks gorgeous on you. Great review, thanks.

At Tuesday, July 12, 2011 , Blogger Ale said...

Looks awesome! Can I ask you what is the lipstick you're wearing in the picture? I love it too. :)


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