Where To Buy NARS Sculpting Multiple Duos

by Rosie Narasaki

Get ready, because a certain cult-fave French beauty brand is about to get in on the contouring game in a major way with its newest product. So, where can you buy the new NARS Sculpting Multiple Duos?

Well, it looks like Sephora has just nabbed themselves another ultra covet-worthy exclusive — because the flashy new NARS contouring product will only be available there. It'll hit shelves (as well as the Sephora website) on July 21, which is mercifully soon — in fact, it's already available for Sephora's VIB and VIB Rouge members. It's a nice summer release to go with all of the other headline-grabbing new products this season, like the new KathleenLights x Colour Pop shades, MAC's '90s-throwback color-changing tinted balms, and Kylie Jenner's latest lip kits.

At any rate, NARS' latest (and possibly greatest) is a cream product, along the lines of their well-known cream blushes, highlighters and bronzers (known collectively as "The Multiple") — except it's double-sided. Each stick comes with two shades — a contour and a highlight — which makes it a great way to streamline your face-perfecting routine. To make things even better, they're multi-tasking in more ways than one — in addition to housing two shades, they're also usable on cheeks, lips and eyes. The new product comes in three (or rather, six) shades, each more gorgeous than the last — let's take a look.

Copacabana/Sidari Beach

Copacabana is a shimmering pink silver, while Sidari Beach is a sedated-yet-glowy rose bronze.

Hot Sand/Laguna

This duo's just as gorgeous as the last — Hot Sand is, as the name would suggest, a sandy peach champagne, and Laguna is a rich bronzed brown.

Playa Flamenco/Oahu

And last but not least, there's Playa Flamenco (a sparkling gold), which is perfectly paired with Oahu (a deep bronze).

What do you think? Which one is going to be your new go-to? Are you a fan of something subtle, like Copacabana/Sidari Beach, or are you more into the strikingly contrasting Playa Flamenco/Oahu duo?

Images: Courtesy NARS