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During the holiday season, my part-time retail job gave us an added employee discount on high-end cosmetics for two days.

I treated myself and bought nearly everything I’d ever wanted to try but hadn’t yet because of the price. This resulted in a good amount of makeup but at a reasonable price!

One of the things I wanted was a foundation, and I took my coworker’s recommendation to get the Nars Natural Radiant Longwear.

She color-matched me, too! There’s a wide shade range, so you can get a color that’s closest to your skin tone.

I’ve been wearing this foundation nearly every day since I opened it, and I love it so much — I’m always getting compliments on the way it looks. Customers think it’s my skin… and I don’t correct them 🙂

The official description is that it’s medium-to-full coverage, but I’d say it’s full. It covers my redness and any imperfections with no issue, and I don’t have to glop it on.

A little bit goes a long way, which I appreciate. I usually apply it with a foundation brush, which I think helps. You can apply it with anything, but the brush was the recommended way, and I like the way it’s been working.

I’ve put this on so many customers because it has such a beautiful finish that looks like radiant skin, but it’s so light and feels like you’re not wearing makeup!

I cannot say enough great things about this foundation, and I know I’ll be wearing it for years.

Have you tried this foundation yet?

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