NARS Final Cut Blush is one of four new limited edition shades of blushes that launched for with the NARS Final Cut Collection that’s available exclusively at Nordstrom.com for Spring 2014.
Let’s take a look!
NARS Final Cut Blush ($30) a warmer orange blush. I typically love shades like this but I consider the color a dirty peachy…I don’t really like it in all honesty due to the warmer orange to it. I love me some peach, I love me some coral, but orange kinda drowns on and dulls my complexion.
The formula was excellent on this blush. It’s finely milled with a very soft texture that applies easily onto cheeks but doesn’t have a strong color pay off more of a natural flush. It blends easily and is an easy to apply blush shade without being overwhelmed with too much pigment. The finish is a soft satin that doesn’t cling to drier areas and likely won’t emphasize larger pores. It wore for a good six hours on me before losing some intensity.
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I will say the color isn’t terribly unique. NARS had the potential to introduce some unique shades with the Final Cut Collection and the fact they settled on such a dull shade of orange kinda disappointed me. I think new shades of NARS Blush is always a cause for great excitement and this season seems the season of the blush with exciting releases from Hourglass and Clinique however, it seems that Clinique Cheek Pop Blush is really the winner this year as both NARS and Hourglass disappoint this far.
The NARS Final Cut Collection is available exclusively at Nordstrom and Nordstrom.com.
What were your thoughts on Final Cut Blush?