Lipstick, Venice 0.12 oz (3.4 g)
Venice: Pink with shimmer
A wide range of captivating shades designed to provide the look and style the color dictates. Lipstick available in three formulas:
Satin - moist, longwearing lipstick containing micro-bubble spheres to continually release lip conditioners which yield creamy, silky color that wears for hours.
Semi-Matte - A highly pigmented matte, non-drying formula that provides a longwearing, full-bodied, velvety finish.
Sheer - long lasting color pigments have been suspended in this translucent formula to provide a sheer, natural tint.
Once you start wearing NARS lipstick, you won't want to wear anything else.
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Once the lips have been defined with appropriate lip liner, use the Lip Brush to apply lipstick to the lip. Using the Lip Brush will provide control and aid in blending.
Applying the lipstick directly from the tube will allow a richer application of color. For more of a matte finish and to remove excess product, place tissue over the lips and gently smooth finger over the lips.
For Extra Long Lasting Color: Define and fill in entire lip with lip liner. Apply lip color directly from tube. Using only a single ply of tissue place tissue over the lips. Using a powder puff or sponge, pat loose powder over the lips to set. Reapply lipstick.
Full Looking Lips: Add Lip Gloss or Lip Lacquer just in the center of the bottom lip and at the bow of the top lip.
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Comments about NARS Sheer Lipstick, Venice, .12 oz:
I have had this lipstick for two years. I tried it once when I first got it and I thought it looked too pale and trashy. When I recently decided to give it another try, I was pleasantly surprised. After the initial frosty stage, it turns into a much more natural color, and with gloss on top of it; its lovely-shimmery medium pink with a touch of strawberry is very similar to Lorac lip polish in delicious, which I have always considered universally flattering.