Tom Ford Cheek Color
07 Narcissist (Pink) - 0.28oz / 8g
Discontinued - this exclusive color cannot be found anywhere online to purchase
So, whom is it for? Well, if you tend to like bright blushes a la MAC Frankly Scarlet, Dollymix and NARS Taos, and if you’re comfortable paying a premium for your beauty products, don’t miss Narcissist before you give it a try.
What else can you tell me about Narcissist?
You know how some blushes look like they’re just sitting on top of your skin? Yeah, this doesn’t do that. We’re talking very finely milled.
I absolutely love the light sheen finish. It’s neither too shiny, nor too matte.
Talk about universally flattering. I’d bet that just about anyone could wear this, but I have a feeling darker damsels will think it’s extra great.
It certainly isn’t a bargain, but at least a little goes a long way.
For an elegant look with a splash of panache, I like to lightly dust Narcissist on the apples of my cheeks, swipe a black or navy liquid liner along my upper lash line, and pat a matte pink or fuchsia lipstick on my lips.
This shade is deliciously bright! It’s rich in color, incredibly saturated, and bright without being neon. It’s bold, dramatic, and buildable. It’s a very pigmented shade, so you will need to use a light-hand if you want softer, sheerer color. The texture is soft, finely-milled, and smooth, which aids blending; it easily softens and diffuses with a flick or two of your brush. If you only use it lightly, there are definitely similar shades on the market; if you want to use it so it looks more true-to-pan, then you’ll see the differences start jumping out at you. When worn softly, it almost looks like a plum-kissed raspberry pink. I wore this shade last week, and it lasted a full ten hours on me without any fading.
But to go full-on ’80s with it, I’ll sweep Narcissist just below my cheekbones using a heavier hand, and incorporate strong eyes and lips