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NARS Ramatuelle Trio Eyeshadow.

One of the products that I have been using from the NARS Summer 2012 Collection is this beautiful Trio Eyeshadow named Ramatuelle.

Named for a village in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region of southeastern France, this elegant Trio Eyeshadow combines two shimmers—silver and icy peach—with a matte apricot for a unexpected warm-cool take on a neutral palette. Each shade is universally flattering alone or layered upon one another
for a unique, refined look.

Ramatuelle is a trio with three of the softest, silkiest eye shadows in such pretty summer shades. While I instantly knew I would like the soft shimmery silver and peach shades, but I was nervous about the apricot color. I shouldn't have worried because applying it in the crease with the the peach on my inner corner, silver on lid and again using the peach on my brow bone looks absolutely gorgeous. The shimmer is so subtle that this can be used for daytime for sure.

Ramatuelle, along with the entire NARS Summer Collection is available at, NARS counters and Sephora.

Reader Comments (6)

I think it would be hard to create a look using this palette that didnt look a bit brusey haha

I would love to see a picture of it on you! Thanks for the great post!!!
Nothing like a great NARS trio. I am especially liking the silver and golden shades. I am hoping for the subtle shimmer to stay.
Mr AJBx3 - The final result when using Ramatuelle is definitely not bruisy by any means. With the exception of the Apricot colored shade, they are very light and shimmery. The Apricot color makes for a beautiful accent in the crease. It does not look ruddy or blue based at all.
Hi April - I am too camera shy to post makeup pics. Sorry! Thanks for the comment.
Walsh - There is nothing like a great silver and gold shade is there? These are so refined and silky though, not a metallic silver or gold shade at all. Also, the middle shade is more of a peach color than a gold color. It is like a peachy gold, if that makes sense? If you try it let me know. I am sure you will love it.

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