Nars multiples are not without problems; they can be a bit oily, they used to give me spots, and they are pretty expensive at £29 each.
I recently hauled G-Spot (that name!) from the counter, purely because it felt like a while since Nars released a decent multiple (not a weird highlighter like Luxor or the bronze toned one that was absolutely chocka with hardcore glitter). I also have Laguna multiple here which I bought a few months back online:
One good thing about The Multiples is that they last forever! They are pretty chunky things and I have yet to finish one up. Now first G-Spot…
Oh Nars. Why G-Spot? I didn’t really think too much about it at first then imagined how I would feel asking someone else to pick me up a ‘G-Spot’.
It’s a pretty wearable rose shade with gold shimmers:
Argh! Mine was damaged but I couldn’t be bothered swapping it. One thing to remember (and I learned the hard way) is to never twist the whole thing up because it locks in.
Now – the texture of The Multiples, I think, have improved from the originals. They are softer and creamier and I haven’t had any break outs from it. Hurrah!
Swatch – I do try to avoid any blush with red-tones in it so I would prefer something with a pinker edge but actually, this looks fine on:
I have been using this loads just because it is so easy. It’s quite a grown up cheek colour that doesn’t require much effort.
Laguna is (as you may know) one of Nars’ best selling bronzers. This is the stick version which is very metallic – the original powder I believe is shimmer free which is what makes it so good!
Despite my original urgh at the metallic-ness of this multiple, it really did look fine on, but I do have an olive complexion, so it just blended in quite well. It’s a real true bronze, no ugly orange-ness and just…BRONZE.
Both of these are nice additions to my collection and quite useful too. I guess my love for Nars Multiples is back!
Have you ever tried Nars Multiples?