Back in 1999, Francois Nars created a gold-flecked, peachy-pink blush and called it . 'I actually first created the name, then the shade. I wanted something shocking,' he . 'The pink colour and the subtle shimmer gives you a natural finish. I designed Orgasm Blush the same way I design all my colours—it just so happened that Nars fans fell in love.'
The provocatively named blush was heralded by make-up experts and celebrities during the '00s for its supposedly universally flattering and warm undertones. Throughout the years, Nars has created different iterations of Orgasm makeup products, first a multi-use cream stick called and then an .
Supermodel Gisele Bündchen and Priyanka Chopra Jonas began name-dropping the shade in interviews and Meghan Markle reportedly wore the in her royal wedding look. To celebrate 20 years of the cult hue, Nars has launched an , , and an , available now.
For the anniversary, the collection features the Endless Orgasm Palette with satin shades that can be applied to eyes, cheek, and lips, as well as an iridescent Liquid Highlighter flecked with golden shimmer. Of course, the original Orgasm Blush is also available housed in a sleek case and oversized compact.