- Start by swiping across the cheeks, forehead, nose and chin, using the fingertips to move it into the skin seamlessly
- Build layers to disguise imperfections and redness, using the touch-up blender to create a refined finish
- To create dimension and contour, choose an additional stick a few shades darker than your usual shade and apply where the light recedes
Makeup Artist Diane Kendal used NARS' new 'Velvet Matte Foundation' stick at Alexander Wang's Fall '17 runway show to give the models a smooth, matte base with a subtle glow. This creamy, long-lasting formula in 'New Orleans' can be effortlessly blended using your fingertips but comes with a detachable touch-up blender at one end – perfect for on-the-go corrections or hard-to-reach areas like around the nose or under the eyes.