March 13, 2014

New NARS Artistry Brushes Collection

NARS Artistry Brushes

The new New NARS Artistry Brushes Collection is a 16 piece makeup brush collection featuring a selection of brushes for your face, eyes, and lips.

The exquisite design was conceived by Founder and Creative Director François Nars and Fabien Baron, of New York design firm Baron & Baron. Each brush is designed with the finest quality hairs and delicately weighted to provide the necessary balance for a professional and precise makeup application. The custom brush and packaging feature the iconic matte black finish with sharp debossed logo and signature pop of red.

“You cannot achieve good makeup without good tools.” – François Nars

NARS Face Artistry Brushes

  • Powder Brush #10 $52

Blends, buffs, and diffuses loose powder for a lustrous finish. Double domed with layers of full, soft hair to pick up and deposit powder evenly.

  • Bronzing Powder Brush #11 $52

An artist essential for controlled application. The dense concentration of soft, natural hair holds and applies product for an even, all-over glow.

  • Cream Blending Brush #12 $28

A versatile, multi-use brush for face and eyes. Designed for gentle application of concealer around the eyes and effortless blending of cream textures.

  • Precision Blending Brush #13 $26

For precision application of concealer. Ideal for focused use on spots, pigmented areas, or around the eyes and nose.

NARS Cheek Artistry Brushes

  • Blush Brush #20 $42

Professional domed shape deposits blush pigments perfectly. Diffuses as it blends for smooth, effortless application.

  • Contour Brush #21 $42

Expertly angled for sculpting and highlighting the cheekbones. An artist essential to define and blend with controlled application.

NARS Eye Artistry Brushes

  • Eye Shadow Brush #40 $32

Deposits the perfect amount of pigment for a masterful sweep of all-over shadow.

  • Diffusing Brush #41 $32

A must-have for blending and creating the smoky eye. Lush bristles softly apply shadow for a light veil of color.

  • Blending Eyeshadow Brush #42 $32

Ideal tool for applying high-shimmer shadows and effortless blending for a soft-focus effect due to softer, longer hair design.

  • Wide Contour Eyeshadow Brush #43 $32

The go-to artist essential that does it all: tap, blend, or sweep shadow with ease. Angled shape allows for all-over or precise application.

  • Precision Contour Brush #44 $28

The firm, flexible hair design of this brush is ideal for applying concentrated color in the eye crease.

  • Smudge Brush #45 $28

The smoky eye artist essential. Expertly deposits color along the lash line and diffuses and softens eyeliner.

  • Push Eyeliner #46 $28

Transforms any cream or powder eyeshadow into an eyeliner for a smooth, fine line at the base of the lashes. Use wet to apply powders for stronger color impact.

  • Angled Eyeliner Brush #47 $28

Designed for impeccable glide when applying liquid and cream textures along the lash line. Perfect for use with NARS Eye Paint to create a variety of effects, from natural to dramatic.

  • Brow Defining Brush #48 $26

Define, shape and fill in sparse brows. Firm bristles provide control and deposit powder for a hair-like effect.

NARS Lip Artistry Brushes

  • Precision Lip Brush #30 $26

Designed with a wide, flat surface to evenly apply lipstick with precision.

The NARS Artistry Brushes Collection will be availabl April 1, 2014 at NARS Boutiques and on

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  • Gina M

    Honestly I think these are waaay overpriced. You can buy a basic eye kit (7 brushes) from Sigma for practically the same price as two of these eyeshadow brushes; even MAC’s brushes are cheaper. I get that these are supposed to entice the makeup artist community but I can’t imagine they will be too successful with the average consumer who can’t afford them.

    • Gina M

      Ok looking back over prices they are pretty comparable to Mac. I still think some of those eye brushes are overpriced though

  • Stephanie

    Im sure they are great but the prices are ridiculous, as I’m sure most of them can be replaced with brushes of similar quality for a lot less. I think the only brush worth purchasing is the ita brush, I do have that one and love it.

  • Majick

    I would kill for the hand wrapped Japanese style brush but I just can’t bring myself to pay full price for it. I have so many nice brushes that came with products over the years and I try to take really good care of them and they LAST.

    I had my eye on the Japanese NARS stuff when it came out years ago but couldn’t afford it then and now it’s not available anymore, just that brush.

    Who knows, if I ever find a NARS coupon maybe I’ll bite.