NARS Debuts Supermodel-Worthy New Foundation

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We know the last thing you want to think about right now is foundation — the thought of adding one more layer to your skin in this sweltering, humid mess is enough to bring a grown woman to tears. But, this is worth it, we promise: NARS is launching a brand-new compact foundation and it's pretty major. The Radiant Cream Compact Foundation is a lightweight, buildable formula that's available in a whopping 20 shades (seriously).
This customizable formula is as perfect for full-face coverage as it is for spot treatment. The secret to the full yet light coverage? NARS' signature Advanced Emulsion Technology, which allows for wet, dry, heavy, or light application — all with a natural finish. Bonus: The portable compact means that you can ensure that your makeup looks supermodel-perfect all day long. Speaking of supermodels, the gorgeous Mina Cvetkovic, Nairoby Matos, and Dinara Chetryova — who star in the ad campaign — were photographed by François Nars himself. Multitask much, Monsieur Nars?
The new foundation is available beginning August 1 — and we're predicting that this high-tech formula will be reaching beauty MVP status very soon.
NARS Radiant Creamy Compact Foundation, available August 1 at Sephora.
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