NARS All Yours Air Matte Lip Color is a medium peach with warm, orange undertones and a satin finish. It applied and looked lighter than when swatched, and it also had a little more of a dry down on my lips than when swatched on my arm. It had nearly opaque pigmentation in a single layer, so it wasn’t as buildable as marketed.
The texture was lightweight, smooth, and velvety, which allowed it to spread well across my lips, and it felt lightweight and flexible while on. The color applied evenly and smoothly across my lips without emphasizing my lip texture, which was a surprise, but as the color wore away, it started to settle into my lip lines and gravitate toward texture imperfections. It lasted for closer to three and a half hours overall, but it looked notably less flattering after two and a half hours of wear. It wasn’t drying, though.
NARS Shag Air Matte Lip Color is a muted, medium-dark pink with warmer undertones and a satin sheen. It had opaque pigmentation in a single layer, which was a lot more coverage than marketed–though I’m sure some will prefer the higher coverage!
The texture was smooth, lightweight, and velvety with enough substance to apply evenly, though there was a bit of product that settled into my lip lines in the close-up photos that wasn’t visible to my eye in person. The product wore closer to four and a half hours, but it had worn away enough that it seemed to cling to imperfections and get into my lip lines noticeably (in person) after three hours of wear, but it wasn’t a drying formula to wear.