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NARS launches limited edition Afterglow makeup collection for travellers

NARS launches limited edition Afterglow makeup collection for travellers

NARS is set to launch a limited edition Afterglow collection for travellers in Asia, Europe and the Middle East from March.

The limited edition Afterglow Collection features the Afterglow Lip Balm that hydrates lips and delivers a sheer, yet radiant finish in six new covetable shades; the Afterglow Eyeshadow Palette, which contains 12 high-impact eyeshadows in vividly warm shades; and the Overlust Cheek Palette that features three new velvety, gel-to-powder highlighters.

Afterglow Lip Balm
Containing Monoi Hydrating Complex that hydrates and a blend of antioxidants that nourishes and protects, the Afterglow Lip Balm delivers sheer colour with a shine finish and is available in six *new colours, bringing the collection to eight shades:

– *Dolce Vita (sheer dusty rose)
– *Turbo (sheer cherry red)
– *Wicked Ways (sheer mulberry)
– *Torrid (sheer warm coral)
– *Fast Lane (sheer mauve nude)
– *Deep Throat (sheer pink with shimmer)
– Orgasm (sheer, peachy pink with golden shimmer)
– Clean Cut (clear)

Afterglow Eyeshadow Palette
This limited-edition eyeshadow palette features 12 warm shades in matte, satin, shimmer and metallic finishes. Infused with Innovative Pigment Power Suspension Technology to provide strong payoff and high-impact colour, the palette can create a multitude of looks from every day, natural wear to the bold and daring.

Overlust Cheek Palette
The three highlighters feature next-generation, gel-to-powder formulas that contain Skin-Infused Glow Technology that allow for smooth application and easy layering and blending. The three blushes, made with a micronized powder formula, blends easily for sheer, buildable colour and leaves a silky texture.

Limited edition available from March in Travel Retail Asia Pacific (APAC) and Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA).

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