NARS Coucher de Soleil Highlighter Palette

| March 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

NARS Coucher de Soleil Highlighter Palette ($49.00 for 0.36 oz.) contains a rich gold, medium copper, and dark plum with frosted to metallic finishes. All three are well pigmented with smooth, blendable textures, very easy to work on your skin.  If you apply your products well, this one in particular can list around seven to eight hours, which works well throughout the working day.

NARS Coucher de Soleil Highlighter Palette is not listed as part of the Dual Intensity formula. They will resemble the texture and feel. However, they are not slippery. They do have just the right texture for blending You may feel they are a little dry to the touch, but they will not give a dry look when you use them.

The description of the formula for use is–use dry for “shimmering veil of second-skin color” or wet for a “high-impact glow.” All of the three shades are quite shimmery when you apply then dry, and are more metallic when applied with a damp brush.

NARS Coucher de Soleil Highlighter Palette

Coucher de Soleil I is a rich, medium gold with strong, warm orange undertones and a metallic sheen. It had opaque pigmentation both wet and dry.

Coucher de Soleil II is a medium, rosy copper with warm undertones and a metallic sheen. It was slightly deeper when applied with a dampened brush, but the shimmer level wasn’t much shinier.

Coucher de Soleil III is a deep plum with subtle, warm undertones and a frosted sheen. It had opaque pigmentation applied wet and dry with dampened application yielding a slightly more metallic finish and richer color on the skin (but opacity was the same).

NARS Coucher de Soleil Highlighter Palette

François Nars was born in Tarbes in the South of France. He grew up influenced by his mother Claudette and her collection of designer clothes. She also helped him acquire his first job as an assistant to some of Paris’ top makeup artists. After graduating from Carita Makeup school in Paris, Nars moved to New York in 1984. There he became known for his love of color and modern style. He also worked with photographer Steven Meisel and hair stylist Oribe Canales. In the eighties and nineties, they produced many magazine editorials appearing in American Vogue, Vogue Italia, and Elle.

Tags: ,

Category: beauty, Makeup

About the Author ()

Editor - A Beauty Feature Career working in London, Hong Kong, S.E Asia, China, USA and Australia. Licensed Beauty Therapist /Trainer in New York, Chicago, California and AustraliaA Beauty Feature Editor since 2010 Examiner.com New York Beauty Correspondent since 2011

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *