Contouring vs. highlighting: Which side do you stand on? Some swear allegiance to the former, while others will only illuminate, not (throw) shade. For those of you who have been stuck in a dilemma, Nars’ latest product wants you to know: You can have the best of both worlds.
The Sculpting Multiple Duo is based on the brand’s best-selling Multiple, an all-in-one product that can be applied on the cheeks, eyelids and lips to highlight these features. This new iteration, which comes with a darker shade, has an added function: When blended into skin, it helps to create contours on your face that will enhance your natural features. The lighter shade has the same purpose as before: Provide a sheer wash of colour to illuminate the high points on the face. And yes, they’re available in some of the brand’s most popular shades.
Available from October 2016 at selected Sephora stores including Ion Orchard (#B2-09), Ngee Ann City (#B1-05-06) and Plaza Singapura (#01-56/57)
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