Beauty lovers will be excited to hear that NARS has unleashed the details of its SS17 collection – packed with covetable new products ranging from lipsticks and lip pencils to eyeshadows and concealers. Particularly exciting is the brand's breakthrough new Face Primers – three perfecting formulas designed to prep skin and provide the perfect canvas for prolonging and enhancing the look of makeup. 'Radiance Primer SPF 35/PA +++' provides a radiance boosting complex that promises to revive dull, fatigued skin – warming the complexion and boosting radiance with refined pearlescence. Meanwhile, the 'Pore Minimizing Complex' controls shine, minimises pores and mattifies skin throughout the day, incorporating African Whitewood and Oleanolic combined with peptides to balance skin. 

Elsewhere, two NARSissist Cheek Palettes are shaping up to be a new beauty essential, designed to help sculpt and shape the face, layering with a flawless glow. Both palettes include a selection of six shades, which can be worn individually or blended together, featuring NARS's famous richly-pigmented blush powder. The 'Unfiltered II' palette includes a range of soft, feminine shades ranging from 'Pastel Peach' to 'Pink Amber,' while the 'Unfiltered I' palette features our favourite shade of all 'Watch Me' – a stunning opalescent gold which, dusted over the cheekbones, provides a gorgeous subtle glow. 

Elsewhere in the SS17 collection, there are NARS classics updated in new colours, ranging from a 'Thessalonique Duo Eyeshadow' featuring an iridescent seashell pink powder in one half and a subtle violet smoke in the other, along with a 'Satin Lipstick' in a burnt sienna which took the catwalks by storm this season.  A particularly groundbreaking new addition is the new NARS 'Soft Matte Complete Concealer,' providing natural-looking coverage in an oil-free cream formula. Available in 16 shades, only a small amount is needed to blur, conceal and smooth blemishes, instantly transforming the look of skin. Handy to slip into a bag as a quick touch-up on-the-go, we predict this to be a new NARS classic in no time.