NARS Albatross and Lovejoy Blushes
Lovejoy is a beautiful, shimmering bronzed rose. When applied, it instantly adds definition and warmth to my face.
The pigmentation is amazing, and you only need a light touch of the brush for a natural flush of color. Because it’s so pigmented, using a duo fiber brush works best and lightly dabbing the powder across the cheeks.
This shade particularly goes really well with my tan skin tone, and I highly recommend it for medium, olive and tan skin tones! This is now one of my favorite blushes!
Albatross is a sheer, light golden powder used for highlighting the cheeks/face.
I’m not going to lie – Albatross looks a bit intimidating in the pan. Nars is known for providing some really pigmented blushes, so I had always assumed Albatross was going to be a pigmented, frosty white (in which I could use any of my white loose pigments). But, don’t let the looks of it fool you. If you look closely, you’ll see that it has a golden-yellow pearl.
When applied to the face, it goes on as a sheer, golden yellow sheen. It gives a very nice glow to the cheeks without looking shimmery or frosty. It’s great for highlighting the top of the cheekbones, and it looks great layered over blushes.
A little goes a long way – my favorite way to apply this powder is with a fan or duo fiber brush.
Kim Kardashian’s makeup artist uses Albatross to give Kim a radiant glow. She’s wearing it in the photo below, across her cheekbones and it looks like she may be wearing it heavily on her neck.
Here are a couple pictures of myself I took in the car last night. I was wearing Lovejoy & Albatross. If you wanna know what was on my whole face, post a comment 🙂
Nars Blushes retail for $28 and can be purchased at Sephora.
What are some of your favorite NARS blushes? I want them all!