|Nars Holiday 2011 In stores now|
But the part that really makes my heart flutter are the holiday gifts. Gimme gimme gimme! Online beginning November 1st (see below)
'For Holiday 2011, NARS introduces Modern Kabuki, a collection of specially designed gifts for the ardent makeup aficionado, inspired by François Nars’ travels throughout Japan, his deep interest in Japanese culture, and his fascination with Kabuki makeup. The collection captures the exquisite artistry of Japan’s Kabuki theater. Every detail is a vibrant, modern, iconic interpretation of the centuries-old dramatic form.'
HANAMICHI KABUKI-INSPIRED EYESHADOW PALETTE $65.00 USD
Japanese for “flower path,” this Kabuki theater walkway that extends into the audience was the inspiration for this eyeshadow palette, featuring a Kabuki-themed
design and accompanied by a mini Kabuki Eye Brush. The colors are evocative of shades found in Kabuki theater- an icy white with flowers in rich shimmering deep
rose and gold and matte black
MIE KABUKI MINI SOFT TOUCH SHADOW PENCIL COFFRET $55.00 USD
A collection of six mini, top-selling and limited edition Soft Touch Shadow Pencils. Just like their namesake Mie Kabuki- which references a moment of high emotion
culminating in an extremely dramatic pose-these creamy, blendable, long-wearing crayons create bold, dramatic looks with just a few strokes
KUROKO KABUKI MINI NAIL POLISH COFFRET $35.00 USD
The set includes four mini-sized, bold and vivid nail polish colors based on shades traditionally used in Kabuki theatre
KUDOKI KABUKI MINI LIP COFFRET $125.00 USD
Named for an element of Kabuki dance, this year’s take on the Bento Box set features three new vibrant, super-saturated, limited edition shades poured into
custom ceramic cups. Included is its own Kabuki Lip Brush and sleek keepsake wooden box
And finally the show stopper that makes my heart go pitter patter!!!....
NAGAUTA KABUKI BRUSH SET $225 USD
Encased in an ultra-luxurious keepsake wooden bento box with red lacquer interior,this exquisite five-piece brush set is named for the principal musical forms in Kabuki theater and includes two new brushes exclusive to the set
If I could buy everything I would. However I'd have a stomach ache and headache for about a month due to guilt. Ha.
I do plan to buy at least one item. And in the meantime I will dream about the brush and lip set. What are you planning to get? Will you be buying or passing on this collection? Share :)