We hope you’ve experienced Nars Orgasm by now. Maybe its magic is happening on your cheeks as we write this. Since its introduction in 1999, this shimmery peachy-pink blush color has kept women of every skin tone reaching for it, thanks to its mysteriously universal glow (and let’s be honest, its catchy name).
The shade’s reign began with powder blush, but these days there are several ways to get it on: The Multiple (a creamy stick), The Illuminator (sheer, luminous liquid), even coordinating lip gloss and nail polish. Plus, there’s Super Orgasm, for those who want the same vibes, with stronger intensity.
Orgasm Blush gives cheeks a perfect pinky-peach flush and subtly highlights with accents of golden shimmer. The perennially pleasing, universally flattering shade is repeatedly a makeup artist and beauty editor favorite.
Super Orgasm Blush amps things up with a shimmering peachy pink blush with an extra dose of golden sparkle that’s perfect for complementing all skintones. The super sexy pink flush creates the effect of a radiant afterglow.
For any of you who still haven’t tried the color, now seems like a good time to finally go for it. In case you somehow need extra convincing, let’s revisit some of the color’s most memorable red-carpet moments—proof that this color really does work on everyone.
Nars Orgasm on Kim Kardashian at the Grammy Awards in 2015.
Nars Orgasm on Gwyneth Paltrow at the Oscars in 2012.
It is the the ultimate universally flattering blush shade with the ultimate cult status!