New NARS Spring Makeup Is Gorgeous, Makes Everything Better

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    On cold miserable days, it's important to have things to look forward to. And, sure enough, here's a big one for you: the upcoming spring color collection from NARS. It's everything our current mood is not — pretty, vibrant, and joyful. Even just looking at it, we feel as though we're being gently shaken out of a deep sleep and nudged into a warm patch of sun.

    We could not stop cooing as we opened up product after product in orange, lavender, pink, and other lovely hues. Of course, it wasn't long before our hands were covered with swatches of our new favorite things. And, though we never thought we would be so excited about wearing lavender eyeshadow with orange lipstick, all of a sudden it seems like the best idea in the world. Especially since our winter beauty look is starting to feel really stale.

    Potentially the most exciting goodies here include a new Multiple, an orange-red satin lip pencil, and a nail polish named Wind Dancer. Click through to sneak a peak — and then begin the countdown until it becomes available on January 15.



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