July 23, 2013

NARS Radiant Cream Compact Foundation for Fall 2013

NARS Radiant Cream Compact Foundation ($38) arrives in August just in time for Fall and the cooler weather (as what better time to wear cream foundation than in the Winter when your skin is drier).

NARS Radiant Cream Compact Foundation will be available in twenty shades and promises a lightweight formula that has the feel of a cream with the weightless coverage of a liquid. Allowing buildable coverage with the NARS Advanced Emulsion Technology that allows wet or dry application the Radiant Cream Compact Foundation promises radiant coverage in a virtually weightless formula.

NARS Radiant Cream Compact Foundation Fall 2013

Take a look!

NARS Radiant Cream Compact Foundation


  • Siberia (light with neutral balance of pink and yellow undertones)
  • Mont Blanc (light with pink undertones)
  • Gobi (for Asian skin, light with yellow undertones)
  • Deauville (light with natural balance of pink and yellow undertones)
  • Fiji (Light with yellow undertones)
  • Ceylan (for Asian skin, light medium with yellow undertones)
  • Punjab (medium with golden, peachy undertones)
  • Vallauris (medium and pink undertones)
  • Santa Fe (medium with peachy undertones)
  • Stromboli (medium with olive undertones)
  • Barcelona (deeper medium with golden, peachy undertones)
  • Syracuse (medium dark with brown undertones)
  • Tahoe (medium dark with caramel undertones)
  • Cadiz (medium dark with caramel and red undertone)
  • Macao (medium dark with deep yellow undertones)
  • New Guinea (dark with red undertone)
  • Trinidad (dark with warm, yellow undertone)
  • New Orleans (dark with yellow undertone)
  • Benares (dark with golden undertone)
  • Khartoum (dark with espresso undertones)

The NARS Radiant Creamy Compact Foundation will be available at Sephora and sephora.com, as well as at NARS flagship boutiques and on www.narscosmetics.com beginning August 1. It lands on NARS counters at department and specialty stores on September 1.

Will you indulge?

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  • amy

    This will definitely be one I check out. I’m currently on a foundation/powder/concealer no-buy until the end of the year/beginning of next, but in the meantime, there are a few I want to research a bit. So far, we have this & Sheer Glow, along with the new one from LancΓ΄me, and Smashbox.

  • Sylvia

    It seems like an interesting product, but there appears to be very little product in the compact. Do you know how many ounces the compact has?

  • Cindy Ramirez

    I’m in love with that promo image! I think that really helps to convey the creaminess of their product. Don’t know how something like this will work on oily skin though hehe

  • Chelsea

    I’ve not tried their liquid foundations, but I’m definitely curious about this! Siberia might work if it’s light enough…

  • Fuu

    No. Looks like Shiseido’s creamy compact foundation. Speaking of Shiseido, they have a new foundation! When did that creep up?! I’m only 1/4 through my second bottle of Perfect Refining Foundation, but it looks promising.

  • Kat

    I sooo want to try this out. I’m glad that they retain the shade names from Sheer Glow and Matte so it’s easy to find a match. I went to the Nars counter a while ago but then the assistant told me it’s more for the drier type of skins. It’s definitely a no-no for my oil slick face. πŸ™