Guerlain Météorites 02 Clair (Comparison post between original and reformulated version)

 

Guerlain Meteorites comparison

Here’s another post that I’ve had several requests for, my thoughts on the reformulated Guerlain Météorites.

If you’ve been following my Instagram you’d know that it’s one of my favourite products in my everyday makeup arsenal. I adore it with all my heart. Trust me when I say, this product does ‘Photoshop’ your face. I have actually sat in front of a mirror facing a window and compared the sides of my face with and without Météorites. It’s like a vanishing act at a magic show. Pores are less visible, wrinkles somewhat blurry and face looks so smooth, like silk; and most importantly that unmistakable ‘Guerlain Glow’.

So you might start to wonder why in the world did they change the formula, why fix it if it ain’t broke? Well that’s the question I’d like the answer to as well!

Anyways, here’s my two cents on this whole thing. Just facts for you to digest.

Before we proceed any further here’s a quick look at the new ‘stardust’ technology that goes into the reformulated Guerlain Météorites and how it works (taken from the official press release).

Guerlain, skilfully creates a glow and highlights lovely skin, capturing the “gleam of stardust” for the first time. Each Météorites pearl contains a spherical pigment at its heart. On contact with light, it diffracts it in a new direction, converting light rays that are invisible to the naked eye into visible, correcting light.

 

Guerlain Meteorites Clair packaging

 

As always let’s begin with the packaging. Keeping with tradition, the packaging of Guerlain products always looks luxurious and oh so covetable.

The new formula comes in a newly designed tin, shiny and beautiful, with a gorgeous fish scale imprint all around it and the lid adorned with a beautiful rosette in shades of pink. Also worth a mention is, instead of the usual sponge that sits on top of the Météorites pearls, we have this pretty little powder puff. I am not sure why this change took place, but can’t help but wonder if they intended it to be used for application..

Reformulated Guerlain Meteorites Clair

Upon revealing the contents, there is one distinctive difference. The quantity of pearls in the tin is noticeably less (5g less to be precise). Now, to be quite honest I have had my Météorites for the last 2 years, using it pretty much everyday; and I haven’t really noticed the quantity of product drop, except for some of the pearls that have shrunken from use. I mean, if you bought one of these, my guess is you’d use it for a good 5 years. So the reduction in quantity is not a deal breaker to me. But I know some of you really do feel differently about it.

(L-R, 02 Clair, Teint Rose)

Guerlain meteorites old and new

So as for as the product goes, I noticed that the new one is powdery, softer and the pearls more fragile, and if you look at the comparison of the amount of product that the brush picks up with two swirls, it’s a lot compared to the old version. Now this is where the ‘less product’ issue comes to play!

(top to bottom- Clair swirl, Teint Rose swirl)

Guerlain Meteorites reformulated

Stemming from the softness of the pearls, I feel that once the product is applied, it is now more visible on the skin. For the first time in my life, I can actually see Météorites on my face. And that’s not necessarily a good thing. So for those of you who love brightening your face with white powders, you will love this new version (specially 01 Blanc de Perle or 02 Clair)! However my recommendation is to go with a shade that suits your skin tone if you truly want this to be undetectable (before you could pretty much get away with any shade of Meteorites as they all just melt into your complexion, although Teint Rose was my favourite as it had the most brightening effect, sans the white cast).

 

All in all, I still love Météorites, though I am quite partial to the older formula and mighty glad I have a backup.

I’d suggest you get a shade that sits as close as possible to your own skin colour and the results would be almost the same, except the extra powderiness.

 

Other info

There are 4 shades in this new and permanent collection of Météorites, from the ‘Blossom collection’

01 Blanc de Perle (Asia Exclusive)

02 Clair- PURE LIGHT FOR FAIR SKIN: within the legendary harmony, green pearls form a halo for skin prone to redness, white pearls reflect the light to make the complexion glow and champagne pearls become one with the skin tone to gently illuminate it.

03 Medium -TONE-ON-TONE LIGHT FOR MEDIUM SKIN: the most nude harmony, in which beige pearls act as complexion-perfecting agents, champagne pearls naturally reflect the light and peach pearls give a satin sheen and a unique glow to the skin.

04 Doré – WARM LIGHT FOR GOLDEN SKIN: the most smouldering harmony highlights beige pearls that even out the complexion, chocolate pearls with satin shimmers and vivifying fushia pearls that revive radiance for de- liciously beautiful skin.

 

Météorites Perles retail at all Guerlain counters in Singapore for $81

Mine was a sample sent for review by the lovely folk at LuxAsia  🙂

 

The art of lining- Shu Uemura Calligraph:ink liquid liner

So a couple of months back the Shu Uemura Calligraph:ink eyeliner made it’s way to my hands.

Although I am not someone who wears liquid liner regularly, I have had my fair share of experience with them; more often that not ending with me throwing the liner into my bin in a fit of rage (last victim was the one by Dolly wink).

I believe I speak for many when I say it’s not easy finding that one ’it’  liner.. you really do need to sample a hella lot to get that ideal mix you’re looking for.

So I was pretty pleased when I finally came across something that worked for me, and I am excited to share my findings with you!

Shu Liquid liner calligraphink

First up, let’s start with packaging.

This liner comes in a sleek black barrel with elegant lettering of the Shu Uemura logo in silver.

I really love that the cap shuts close firmly with no danger of spilling. However I did notice a couple of ink splashes when I pull open the cap in a rush. I think it’s to do with the tip being so saturated with ink and the force I used was a bit too much.

Overall I believe the design is quite nice and does have an expensive look, which I quite like.

To make this blog post interesting, I decided to compare it to some of the most hyped up, high end liners that entered the market quite recently.

My choices were, the Marc Jacobs Magic Marc’er and the Tom Ford eye defining pen.

Liquid liners Shu Uemura Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs

Let’s start with the brush tip.

Tom Ford Shu Uemura Marc Jacobs liquid liner

Shown below are two more brush comparisons for size reference. They depict different ends of the Tom Ford brush tips (felt tip and calligraphy brush tip)

P.S- the Marc Jacobs one is a felt tip.

Brush tip comparison Shu Uemura Calligraphink Tom ford eye definer

Tom Ford eye definer Shu Uemura Calligraphink liquid liner

The Shu Uemura tip is a calligraphy style brush tip.  I love that it’s on the larger side as I prefer to use the side of the brush instead of the tip to draw my lines, this way it’s really easy getting close to the lash line, I just have to rest it along the lashes and follow the contour.

The length of the brush tip makes it more flexible and helps deliver a nice smooth line and I don’t have to keep adjusting the angle of my hand as I go along the eye line. The tip I mainly use at the inner corner and the outer corner to draw the flick.

Shown below are swatches of the three. Please note that I used the Tom Ford calligraphy brush end as it was the most relevant for comparison purposes.

eye liner comparisons Calligraphink tom ford shu uemura magic marc'er

Product performance

When I compare the colour and pigmentation of the Shu Uemura to the TF and Marc Jacobs, there really is no ambiguity as to which was more pigmented. The Calligraph:ink liner wins hands down. One smooth stroke delivers the blackest of black lines with a steady flow of ink throughout.

The Tom Ford was a close second as it did pack a good amount of pigmentation and had the most matte finish. I found the Shu Uemura matte, but a little less compared to the TF. For those who are after a solid matte, I say the TF is better in that sense.

The Marc Jacobs on the other hand was a disappointment compared to the other two. The pigmentation of the ink was the least impressive and I found if I layered it to intensify, the liner got chunky and was prone to emphasizing eyelid wrinkles. I also feared the liner would crack as it looked a bit thick.

Wear wise all three wore very well all day, and didn’t smudge.

 

Here’s a simple eye look with the Shu Uemura Calligraph:ink liner.

Other products i’ve used

Eyeshadow- Burberry Trench, Eyebrows- Anastasia Brow wiz and Shiseido brow powder compact, Under eye concealer- Cle de peau, Mascara- DiorShow Iconic

Shu Uemura Calligraphink liner

Final thoughts

From the three, my picks would be the TF and the Shu (Shu Uemura being my favourite if I had to choose).

I find the fact it’s refillable makes it very cost effective. And of course it’s the cheaper of the two.

Other Info-

It also should be noted that the Shu Uemura and the Marc Jacobs are waterproof; however though the TF is not marketed as waterproof this too is pretty similar to the other two. No budging when in contact with water.

Shu Uemura Calligraph:ink liner could be purchased in SG island wide at Shu Uemura counters for SGD 58 (refill cartridge is SGD 29).

*Mine was a sample sent for review by the company.

Worldwide, you can purchase this from the Shu Uemura website.

My Tom Ford liner was purchased from Neiman Marcus for USD 55.

Marc Jacobs from Sephora for USD 30.

Sisley Phyto-Lip Twists

Spring lipsticks lip tint tom ford sisley bite

Welcome to the world of sheer, juicy lipsticks.

Although I am one of ‘those people’ who prefer a lipstick with maximum coverage, there are yet occasions where a sheer lip tint is the way to go. One of them being, a super hot and humid day where you really can’t be bothered doing your makeup and just want to leave home with mascara and maybe, just maybe a tinted moisturiser (exactly like what Singapore feels like right now!!!!). So here I am sharing with you those yummy colours that made it into my makeup bag, non fussy lip balms/tints and sheer lipsticks.

For edit purposes I chose a few of my favourite Spring colours in corals and pinks!

1. Sisley Phyto-Lip Twist in #3 Peach

2. Sisley Phyto-Lip Twist in #4 Pinky

3. Tom Ford – Sweet Spot

4. Tom Ford – Incorrigible

5. Bite Beauty – Lychee

6. Bite Beauty – Watermelon

7. Bite Beauty – Orchard

These are all on rotation and I can’t seem to get through my days without them!

Tom ford sisley tip twist bite swatches

So onto the main purpose of this post….

Those yummy Sisley Phyto-Lip tints that just launched this Spring. Can I just say, what a perfect collection of colours! Of course I took the predictable route and came home with Pink and Coral! But this range really does carry something suited for everyones tastes, from nudes to berry tones to reds!

Sisley Phyto Lip Twists Peach Pinky

When I visited my local counter I realised that they only carried 5 of the 6 shades that were released (Cherry being the shade that’s missing), total shame though cos if you follow me on Instagram you’d already know that I NEVER pass up on a good red 😀

Here’s a little peek at what’s available for purchase at the Metro Paragon Sisley counter!

Sisley Phyto-lip twists Spring 2014

Let’s start off with the packaging, these lip twists come in sturdy black packaging detailed with a zebra print barrel. The cap sits firmly when closed and doesn’t feel like it would open by itself. The very practical ‘twist’ reveals more product without the need for sharpening! and in return no wastage of product! Overall I love the fresh approach Sisley Paris took, stepping away from the brands classic sombre packaging and giving it a updated, fun look. It certainly does appeal to the younger market this time!

Product formula

According to the companies product description,

Sisley-Paris Phyto-Lip Twist is a tinted balm, colored like a lipstick and shiny like a gloss. It is applied with a single “twist” and leaves the lips supple, moisturized, visibly smoothed and plumped thanks to its cocktail of original plant-based active ingredients’.

When I first applied these, I noticed that they went on smooth & sheer and as I built up the colour with more passes, the colour intensified, looking more like lipstick. They didn’t feel sticky or gooey on the lips and when I looked in the mirror I found that my slightly dry lips looked instantly moist and plump. There is definitely a visible difference in how your lips look. Mine were without a doubt fuller.

I tested these for wear one entire day and I started off with shade #3 which was a coral shade with shimmer (this is a shade that would look amazing on warm or olive skin tones and screams Summer!).

Through my lunch and coffee this managed to stay put. The colour seemed to cling on to the lips, only loosing it’s glossiness when confronted with stir fried noodles. Around the 5th hour, it had obviously faded a bit, and the sparkles more visible since the colour had died down, and I really loved that it faded evenly, leaving a mild stain on the lips not an unsightly ring of colour around the edges of  the lips like some other lipsticks… shudder >.<

Shade #4 was a little different, this had no shimmer, just a glossy veil of pink. I love how this instantly brightened up my face, and is a shade I recommend to everyone! This too felt very moist on the lips and kept it looking and feeling supple.

Below are the lip swatches of these two,

First up, Peach #3

Sisley lip twist peach

Pinky #4

Sisley lip twist pinky

In comparison to the Bite Beauty Lush lip tints, these wore much much longer, and packed more colour. In comparison to Tom Ford Spring lipsticks, these were certainly more hydrating and lasted way longer as well.

Overall I’d say these are worth investing in if you have the budget for it, I see it becoming a ‘live in’ member of my makeup bag, perfect for the months to come 🙂

Other info

Each lip pencil comes with 0.08 0z  2.5g of product and costs a hefty SGD 58.

Available at Metro Paragon 

Also available online through Neiman Marcus, priced at USD 50.

* Also worth noting this is a product that contains botanical extracts, if you are sensitive to them, then stay clear.

NARS Kauai eyeshadow duo

NARS Kauai eyeshadow duo

So it seems I have been posting quite a bit of NARS lately.. but you know what? There’s more!!!

Behold the magnificent NARS Kauai Duo. A metallic antique gold and a medium shimmery purple.

From the two quads that released this Spring, this one was my top pick, as I can honestly say I have no eyeshadows in my collection which can be considered as exact dupes.  Although China Seas is beautiful in it’s own right, I never see myself reaching for a blue of that tone for everyday makeup. However, since purple is my favourite for accenting my deep brown eyes, getting this was a no brainer.

So pigmentation wise both shades pack some serious colour, and the gold more so. It’s pigmented to the point where it felt like cream! And never before have I ever encountered such an amazing texture, not even the Hourglass eyeshadow duos (which I would describe as silky rather than creamy when compared to this) 🙂

While photographing the swatches I only had to do one firm pass to get this to show up in full opacity, but for courtesy’s sake I decided to do two.

On to the purple… This too was highly pigmented and I find that it’s a great liner shade if you don’t see yourself using the duo for a complete eye look on a day to day basis. Personally i’d get more use out of them as singles, the gold for a nice wash of colour for a night out and the purple as an accent colour to jazz up a neutral beige eye look for the day time.

So without wasting more time here are the swatches…. please note that these were taken in natural light.

Nars Kauai swatches eyeshadow

If you asked me, is it worth rushing out and buying? I’d say yes, only if you see yourself using these type of shades. But as far as quality goes, this one can’t be beat and is a must have if you are a makeup lover like myself 🙂

Other info-

These eyeshadows lasted well over 8 hours on me with no creasing and I found them very blendable and easy to work with.

Available at Sephora (U.S) which is where I purchased mine.

Priced at $34 for  0.14 oz of product.

Discovering SK2 Cleansers

SK2 cleansers

After lengthy testing, I am finally reporting back on those SK2 cleansers I posted on Instagram last December!

As you can see I have pretty much used up most of the product and am thoroughly acquainted with it before I share my findings.

First off, let me give you a quick intro before we get on to business.

Currently there are 5 types of cleansers that SK2 offers

  1. Facial Treatment Gentle Cleanser
  2. Facial Treatment Cleansing Oil
  3. Facial Treatment Cleansing Gel
  4. Facial Treatment Gentle Cleansing Cream
  5. SK2 Men, Moisturising Cleanser

Of course I haven’t reviewed the SK2 Mens Cleanser, but let me help you discover some of the others.

So today I will share my thoughts on the Facial Treatment Gentle Cleanser, Facial Treatment Cleansing Oil and the Facial Treatment Gentle Cleansing Cream.

Facial Treatment Gentle Cleanser

The Facial treatment gentle cleanser is marketed as a face wash type cleansing cream that would normally be used after all makeup has been removed.

SK2 facial treatment gentle cleanser*Photograph was taken with my hand prepped with a makeup base in order to show how the cleanser reacts on a face with makeup.

At first glance this product is a nice creamy consistency and smells slightly of roses. It foams up thick and without many suds, more like milkshake frothiness if I needed to describe it.

After it’s washed off, it leaves the skin feeling lightly hydrated and supple. No tight or tingly feeling. My skin felt clean and happy! Overall I’d say it was a very enjoyable experience.

*Notes- At the time I was testing this out, I actually went right into taking off my makeup with this without any pre cleansing and I must say this still cleansed my face off makeup pretty effectively even though it’s recommended as solely cleanser and not necessarily a makeup remover.

Final thoughts

It is a no fuss product and if you are dipping your toe into the realm of SK2 skincare, you can’t really go wrong with this and best of all it’s mild enough for sensitive skin (I say this with conviction as mine’s sensitive, combination skin).

Facial Treatment Gentle Cleansing Oil

 This was the very first oil based makeup remover that I tried, EVER. And now all cleansing oils have to meet this ridiculously high standard that this oil has set. It’s by far my favourite. I love the way the scent of roses washes over me when I apply this on to my face; it’s actually quite a pampering experience.

SK2 Facial Treatment Cleansing Oil

I started off by applying the oil directly on to my face (without any water) and massaging it in circular motions to help break down the makeup. Then I go back in with a little water to emulsify and finally rinse it all off.

I love how this took off every last bit of makeup. Even my mascara! (which is not waterproof btw) The convenience of not having to use a separate eye makeup remover was an enormous selling point for me, I love how convenient and quick taking off my makeup was.

P.S- if you look closely at this pic you’ll notice, as soon as the oil comes into contact with makeup it starts breaking it down before I even get around to massaging it in! Effective!

Final thoughts

This too like the Facial Treatment Gentle Cleanser, left my skin feeling bouncy and supple. And I love it for that. As I know that not all oil from my face has been stripped off.

I’d recommend it for all skin types as a gentle but effective cleanser.

Facial Treatment Gentle Cleansing Cream

This is a cream type cleanser to take off makeup. It’s obviously more suited for those with dryer complexions and would be ideal for travel since there is no danger of this spilling.  Now the full size product is actually quite a large jar, so if you are wondering how I recommend it as travel friendly, I am referring to decanting it first of course!

SK2 Facial Treatment Gentle Cleansing Cream

So The texture of this is a thickish cream. It doesn’t seem to have that delightful light scent of rose that I loved in the other SK2 cleansers. I’m guessing it’s cos it’s overpowered by it’s typical ‘cream’ smell.  Think Avene moisturisers, it’s a comforting scent nonetheless.

I applied this directly onto my made up face and massaged it in circular motions to break down my foundation and other makeup, the texture thinned out when warmed by the heat of my skin and spread easily.

I must note that with this cream I found it a bit weird taking off my eye makeup, like applying curd all over my eyes >.< Not something I’m used to. But I guess if you are familiar with this type of cleanser, it shouldn’t be a big deal!

After, I just took a tissue and wiped off the excess and washed my face. I did feel like there was still that creamy feel, I also noticed that my mascara had migrated to my under eye and never entirely came off.  So I was compelled to go in with my Facial Treatment Gentle Cleanser to clear that feeling off my face! All in all, as a makeup remover, I found this ‘ok’. Not something I would consider buying in a full size.  I believe if you plan on purchasing this, it’s best if you use a separate eye makeup remover than trying to use this on the eyes as well.

In Summery, my favourites were the Facial Treatment Gentle Cleanser and the Facial Treatment Cleansing Oil. I actually went on to buy a full size of the Cleansing Oil cos I loved it so much. I adore the light smell of roses and it feels so pampering and luxurious.

Although it’s a pricy product as far as cleansers or makeup removers go, if you are a current lover of the facial treatment essence, I know this would make a lovely addition to your skincare routine.

The Cream Cleanser on the other hand I would only recommend to those with dry skin or mature skin as a mild solution to removing your makeup. It is definitely not my cup of tea though.

All in all,  I hope I left you enlightened. And feel free to ask any questions about my experience with these products. Just leave a comment below and I would get back to you as soon as I could.

*I purchased mine online as a set of deluxe sized travel samples in order to try a lot of the products at once.  This is also a great option if you have very sensitive skin and want to trial them out before buying.

You can order them at www.strawberrynet.com

Blueberry goodies by The Body Shop!

So today I am really excited to share with you some body care that I have been using this last month. It’s the Body Shops new Blueberry Range. Now, although this is newly released, it actually came out once before as a limited edition line, which I purchased and used and I am thrilled it’s back 😀

The Body Shop Blueberry Shower gel Cream

The range includes a shower gel, body scrub, body lotion, body butter and lip butter. Bath time has been so much fun cos I just love the smell of these; they truly do uplift the senses and refresh you in the morning. Every time I pump out the shower cream it feels like I am dousing myself in a blueberry smoothie! Smells sooo good! I love that these lather up nice, and it’s a great everyday staple. At any given time I have at least 4-5 Body Shop shower gels waiting to be used!

The Body Shop Blueberry Scrub Gelee

I keep forgetting to use the exfoliator regularly, as I am always in a rush! But when I do use it, it’s actually one of the most gentle scrubs and I find it such a treat. This followed with the body cream leaves skin feeling super soft, hydrated and smelling so delicious. If you are a scrub junkie, I’d recommend this.

The Body Shop Blueberry range cream lotion

As a long time user of the brand, I’d say 90% of the time I buy their body butters and shower gels. They are excellent products. And the Blueberry body butter is no exception to that. Since I just ran out of my HG body moisturizer, the Mango body butter, the Blueberry one stepped in. I use it for the dryer areas like my heels.. and leave the body lotion for the other parts of my body. If you have very dry heels or elbows I’d say go for the Mango one, it’s the BEST. I’ve used it consecutively for years now. Repurchasing it over and over. And it comes with the Bubbly stamp of approval! 😀

All in all, it’s a lovely range. And I am thrilled that the Body Shop generously gave me these to try out! Please do check them out whenever you visit the store, and I guarantee you’d be sold the second you smell them! 😉

A NARS haul & swatches, swatches, swatches!

NARS, one of my favourite brands. In my opinion, no one does wearable colour like they do. And more often than not, the quality is top notch. Here’re a bunch of lip products I treated myself to recently. Some are from the newly released Final Cut collection and some from the permanent line. All in all, I can’t even begin to explain how much I am looking forward to sharing them with you.

Here’s what’s in store.

Nars Satin Lip Pencils Swatches

Below are the swatches,

Satin Lip Pencils NARS Swatches

413 BLKR Velvet matte lip pencil, this is a medium fuchsia with an iridescent blue sheen to it. Although the blue is not visible once applied, it’s clearly noticeable upon close inspection.  This was my first pick from the boutique exclusive range. If you happen to come across this collection, don’t leave without at least one product from this line! It’s utterly exclusive, given that it’s only available at NARS boutiques in the U.S and not at the counters or Sephora.

Descanso Satin Lip Pencil (LE), this is a warm rose peach shade. It is by far the prettiest Satin lip pencil that NARS came out with. I’d say this is a must have. It’s super flattering and not too warm or too cool, a great everyday shade for a girlie, pout. 

Montego Bay Pure matte Lip stick, this is a medium rose pink. I like that even though this is a matte lipstick, it feels creamy enough to apply without too much drag. I find this too a great everyday colour, not too bright and little muted, an ‘office-friendly’ shade.

Villa Lante Satin lip pencil (LE) is a cool toned medium pink. The best way I can describe this is as a Barbie pink! Such a flirty cute colour. And like all Satin lip pencils, the texture of this is incredible, soo creamy and packed with colour. You never need to layer it on to get full opacity one pass is usually enough ❤

Années Folles Lip gloss (LE), a medium lilac. A very versatile gloss in my opinion. So far I have been loving this for cooling down any lipsticks that I feel is too warm. A great layering product. Another thing that’s worth mentioning is that although in the past NARS lip glosses had a bad reputation of being sticky and smelling unbearable, I am happy to report it is no longer the case. I am really glad they reformulated.

So far, my absolute favourites are the Satin Lip Pencils. They are my go-to lip products. So easy to carry along for touch ups and the wear is great as well. They always fade so evenly, which is a plus so I don’t have to keep looking at my compact mirror to make sure my lips look ok.

below are a couple of comparison swatches I put together for you, enjoy! 😀

NARS 413 BLKR Swatches

413 BLKR is deeper than Urban Decay Anarchy and less bright than Hourglass Fever.  The Shiseido and Mac ones clearly are more purple than Fuchsia.

descanso comparison swatches

Descanso is more pink and than Torres Del Paine and a little deeper and rose than Spanish pink which leans more peach.

Montego Bay leans more cool than Dior Grège and more rose than Spanish pink.

NARS Villa Lante Final Cut Comparison Swatches

For Villa Lante and Années Folles I found it difficult to find similar products in my stash as I don’t own too many cool toned pinks or lilacs. But here’s what I did find 🙂 Nars Angelica is darker and slightly more blue toned than Villa Lante.  And NYX Merengue is more milky, opaque and pinker than Années Folles.

So that’s a wrap folks! Hope you found this post useful and for those who are living in Singapore, I found out that more stocks of Villa Lante and Descanso had arrived, but they are running very low, probably the last two or three. So try reserving them today before the Tangs rebate sale happens on Friday.

You can reach Julyen, my favourite makeup artist at NARS at the Tangs outlet 65-62350967 to do the needful.

Wishing all of you a wonderful day!

xx