One stick, endless makeup looks. This combo eye, lip, and cheek color has quite the story: it was born during a 1996 Harper’s Bazaar shoot when Francois Nars chose to use a single lipstick on model Carolyn Murphy’s eyes, lips, and cheeks. Customers began copying the look, and NARS decided to launch a cream color with a texture that would work all over.
How it Works
The creamy formula adds a wash of sheer color to eyelids, cheeks, and lips. It blends in easily and has a slight shimmer that warms up the face.
How to Use
Use it all over your face or on a single feature. Using your fingers, swipe color on your eyelids. To use as a blush, you can use your fingers or a blush brush to apply the color to the apples of your cheeks and cheekbones. Because it’s sheer, you don’t have to be too precise – just make sure to blend in any obvious lines. Finish by dabbing some color on your lips, adding clear gloss if you want extra shine.