OMG she’s so beautiful, you must see the wondrous, Nyayop Toang for NARS Cosmetics new ad campaign! The stunning ebony model was photographed by the lovely Lara Jade; along with fellow beauty model, Juliana Schurig. Styling was directed by the amazing Daniel Medley with hair and makeup duties being handled by high-end talents, Niko Weddle and Jenny Smith.
Nonetheless, what we instantly note about the new ad, are a few HOT makeup trends to keep in mind for the new year. First off, BOLD, boisterous color will still reign supreme in order to brighten and liven up lips, eyes as well as cheeks. Moreover, decadent metallics such as gold, silver and copper will also be favorites to reach for in order to dazzle and wow onlookers.
Lastly, the NARS ad campaign highlights a makeup trend that seems to never really go away; but always makes a serious impact in the beauty realm. Did you guess, The Smoky Eye? Yes, NARS effortlessly showcases how to achieve the look with their eyeshadow palette with edgy blu-ish black tones and ethereal mauve shades. WE LIVE!
Nyayop Toang for NARS Cosmetics Campaign! -Black Model Spotlight
This gorgeous campaign highlights several amazing products by the NARS beauty brand. A few being:
- High Pigment Longer Eyeliner
- Afterglow Lip Balm
- Climax Liquid Eyeliner
- Lipstick in Candy Stripper
- Hardwired Eyeshadow in Lunar
- Climax Eyeshadow Palette
- Afterglow Lip Shine
The great part is most of these products have a price point that falls below $28. With an exception to the fan favorite Climax Eyeshadow Palette that retails for $49.
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