There are three new eyeshadow duos ($32): Taiga (soft, shimmery white-yellow and olive-green-gold-black), Eurydice (red plum and soft black with lots of multicolored sparkles), and Brousse (softly shimmery brown and shimmery blackened violet).
There’s also a new cream shadow ($21) in Mousson, a green-silver sage I absolutely adore. I mentioned before that green-silver was one of my favorite colors, and Mousson captures it perfectly. Paper Tiger is a repromote of an existing permanent cream shadow shade, but it was in the display, so I swatched it.
There are two new Velvet Matte Lip Pencils ($24): cherry red Pop Life and red-brown-burgundy Toundra. Chihuahua lipgloss is a repromote of a permanent shade, but it’s one of NARS’ most popular.
There’s a new multiple ($37): Luxor. This pale pink stick highlighter can be used anywhere — lids, cheeks, lips, or body — is already getting a lot of love from users amateur and professional.
I think my favorite thing, though, is the new Soft Touch Shadow Pencils ($24). These are a new product: deliciously soft, chubby pencils you could use alone or as an eyeshadow base. After yesterday’s breakdown of Ashley Greene’s New Moon premiere look, I’m just dying to try Goddess as a liner along my lower lid.
Goddess is shimmery pink-gold; Skorpios is copper; Aigle Noir is a fabulous sparkly black-green.
I originally thought Aigle was a typo for Agile, so I Googled it: it’s a city in Switzerland. Apparently the pencil was named after a Himalayan Black Eagle.
There’s also a new shade of polish out for holiday. My counter didn’t have a tester, but it’s called Rouge Andalou and it’s a candy cane red shimmer.