NARS x Guy Bourdin Color Collection for Holiday 2013

NARS x Guy Bourdin Color Collection for Holiday 2013.  This holiday season Nars presents a highly pigmented collection inspired by Guy Bou...

NARS x Guy Bourdin Color Collection for Holiday 2013.  This holiday season Nars presents a highly pigmented collection inspired by Guy Bourdin. Available in stores starting Oct 15th, the collection will feature new lipstick hues, blushes, and eyeshadow shades Look below for more details.

    As a child, NARS Founder and Creative Director François Nars discovered Guy Bourdin’s work in the pages of French Vogue. It was then that Nars was first inspired to become a makeup artist. Today François Nars honors Bourdin’s legacy with an entire limited edition collection for Holiday 2013, created in the spirit of Guy Bourdin: bold, uncompromising color and high-impact finishes in shades that launch us into his intriguing, high-fashion world.





Cinematic Eyeshadow ($24.00) (Limited Edition)
    Wishful Thinking Macaw blue
    Rage Electric orchid
    Bad Behaviour Deep pewter
    Cambodia Pink Copper
    Mississippi Mermaid Champagne







Cinematic Lipstick ($26.00) (Limited Edition)

    Future Red Cherry
    Short Circuit Fire coral
    Last Tango Dusty rose
    Goodbye Emmanuelle Hot pink
    Full Frontal Rose violet






Blush ($29.00) (Limited Edition)

    Exhibit A Matte, vivid red
    Coeur Battant Magenta
    Day Dream Peachy pink




Nail Polish ($19.00) (Limited Edition)

    Tomorrow’s Red Scarlet flame
    Follow Me Deep fuchsia
    No Limits Bright pink violet
    Union Libre Blosso pink


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