|NYX Blushes: Dessert Rose, Angel, & Peach.|
Remember these babies from the my Cherry Culture Haul post?
Yes, Finally! LOL.
|NYX Blush in Peach.|
This is a very light pink blush with is a bit of tan... making it "peachy" in color. It may be too light that you would have to apply a lot of this in order to show up. Then again, the lack of pigmentation may be great for the natural look.
|NYX Blush in Dessert Rose.|
This blush is a deep hot red. The pigmentation is really good, so be careful in applying this! I feel like it creates the "cheeks-got-pinched-too-much-it's-close-to-bleeding" look... LOL.
|NYX Blush in Angel.|
This is light tan in color and has a sheen to it. I think the pigmentation is better than Peach... But because of its sheen it seems to be more of a highlighter than a blush, in my opinion.
What it does:
Our pressed powder blush delivers sheer, silky color that glides on, blends beautifully and creates a natural glow. The formula is richly-pigmented and lasts for hours. Available in 27 shades.
Product description taken from here.
What I like:
- Available in 27 different colors. The Dessert Rose blush makes quite a statement!
- Silky texture.
What I don't like:
- The packaging. The hinge of both Angel & Dessert Rose loosened up, so it could no longer stay up when opened.
- Costs $6 in nyxcosmetics.com!
|NYX Blush Swatches: Peach, Dessert Rose, & Angel.|
They're pretty decent to me... But I wish my sister picked out more interesting colors, you know?! HAHA. In any case, I think they're a little bit pricey for me (I'm not an avid fan of blushes) so I'd rather stick to the blushes from E.L.F. (Studio and/or Essential line) just because they get the work done for only $1-$3! The only downfall is that they don't have variety like NYX does!
These were purchased from cherryculture.com for only $4.50 a piece! So buy it from there! As for my Filipino readers, I don't know of a physical store where you can purchase this but you can avail of this from digitaltraincase.multiply.com for P300. I think the E.L.F. Studio blushes cost as much as NYX in the Philippines, so I think it may be a better idea to stick to NYX over in the Philippines.
I hope you guys get what I'm trying to describe... I'm running out of words here! HAHA.
Thanks for reading!