Tony Moly Silky Smooth Balm
NYX Color Correcting Concealer Palette
Cinema Secrets Foundation
Forever 21 Love and Beauty Bronzer Wheel
NARS Dual Intensity Jubilation and Panic Blushes
Graftobian Setting Powder
NYX Espresso Brow Gel
Benefit Gimme Brow in Dark Brown
Anastasia Beverly Hills Chocolate Tinted Brow Gel
LORAC Eye Primer
NARS Dual Intensity Eyeshadow Palette (Ursa Major, Lysithea, Andromeda)
MAC Zoom Fast Lash Mascara
Makeup Forever Rouge Artist Naturale 6N
I'm a bit late to the game regarding these awesome NARS Dual Intensity products, but I got them recently as a congratulations for being hired on their freelance team in Minnesota. Woot!
Dual intensity = two finishes, or †two types of intensity. A more sheer wash of color when applied dry, or a more saturated plot of color when applied wet. I applied the pink of Panic blush with a slightly damp brush and then buffed it in with a Beautyblender. Afterwards I went back over with the orange half of the color. Jubilation blush duo was used mostly for highlight and golden sheen all over the face, and I applied that dry with a fluffy fan brush from Smashbox. The blush color is very vivid, but enough blending will soften the blow. I do think it's easier to build up color than buff it down, which means there's a slight learning curve with these products based on your own preferences.
As for the eyeshadow palette, I applied all colors dry. Their slip is nice, so they are easy to blend. First I applied brown on the lid and buffed the edges, then worked the brow bone colors down from under the brow to where the brown ended and then blurred the colors' edges together. On a whim, I patted some of the pretty metallic grey-green on top. Even applied dry, I thought the colors had a nice metallic sheen to them right off the bat. I can only imagine what they look like when applied wet!
On a side note, I'm getting so sick of the word blend...need a synonym for it. Fuse? Intermingle? I intermingled the shit out of these colors. IDK, is that working for you?