I'm surprised only 50% would buy again. Personally, I don't have any other blushers that are even remotely similar to Nude Peach. I am around an NW10-15, and I tend toward pinky blushes, like Bobbi Brown Pale Pink (my go to blush, in both the powder and pot rouge formulations). But I found myself wanting a peachy blush that wouldn't be too orange or brown or warm or muddy looking. Nude Peach is a really good name for this blush as it is a muted, natural looking peach without visible shimmer. That said, it doesn't seem flat or matte, so maybe there is some sort of sheen to it that I can't see. But as far as shimmer like Orgasm or like some of Bobbi Brown's other shimmery blushes--it's not even close to that! As another reviewer noted, it's hard to overdo this one, even if you are PPP like myself. I'm kind of perplexed at some of the users who say it is super pigmented. For me, I find it very versatile. I can use it as a nude blush much more easily than blushes typically marked as nude colors, I can use it for bronzey summery looks, I can apply it over most of my cheek but give the apples a brighter pop of something else, etc. I think it looks very natural, and I would certainly repurchase.
Nude Peach is my go to blush when I use a powder product, when traveling I mostly use the BB Pot Rouge in Fresh Melon for that soft nectar cheek. As is true for all BB powder blushes I have tried, Nude Peach is a finely milled pressed powder, it blends beautifully and lasts well on my dry skin. It is a soft, muted peach tone, it is one of the lighter blush colors in BB's line. For that reason this is a great choice for my porcelain skin tone, I am NW10/15 and with many blushes I have to use a very light hand, but Nude Peach is hard to overdo. Nude Peach is a good pairing for both smokey eyes and bronzy summer looks, I find it really versatile. A staple which I will repurchase as long as it is offered. But you do get a lot of product in the pan, so it usually takes me years to finish up one of those. Retail price is $26 for .13oz/3.7g.
I love this color! I'm NC15 and prefer my blushes to be warm with little pink and little shimmer. This is the perfect shade! I love that I can build up the color gradually because I have rosacea and use foundation to tone done the redness. One of my other favorite blushes is NARS Torrid but it it super pigmented and I have to use a very light hand. I tried NARS Orgasm but it was too shimmery and pink. I have large pores so I prefer not to wear shimmer to avoid emphasizing them. So luckily Bobbi Brown has a great selection of matte or less shimmery cheek options and they don't disappear throughout the day like many blushes do.
I've bought this blusher several times. I was seduced by the name of the colour-Nude Peach. I find very few blushers are peachy-nude and usually too pink. This is not a peach blusher it's pink with a hint of peach- but is the peachiest you'll find in Bobbi Brown unless you try Almond.
Unlike other reviewers I'd disagree with the comment about shimmer- this has no shimmer at all, which is a good thing for someone my age. It's matte and is described as matte on the BB website.
I think this one is overpriced, compared to the very cheaply priced powder blushers available, and the downside is the blusher does go hard in the pan and make it difficult to use after a while.
I have also found it seems to go darker on my skin so have to under-apply so stop the clown-effect.
Overall, it's okay. I'm not wild about it but it's a 'possible'.
This colour is nice, not very pigmented and a little bit shimmery.
I have used this a lot as you can see by the pic but I would not repurchase, purely because I am using stronger colours now.
It is definitely a nude colour, being a very neutral, dusky peach and looks better with more natural make-up.
If you like a sheer, more natural look then this is definitely for you.
Bobbi Brown Nude Peach is very buildable and blends well with my NW20 skintone. The shimmer is not overpowering and looks like more of a dewy sheen rather than blaringly shiny.
When I choose to use this, I apply it with a MAC 129 brush with most of the product going on the top of my cheekbones and a little on the apples of my cheeks. I wouldn't use this product to add colour to anywhere else on my face because of the shimmer.
The price (£18) is very fair considering I bought it approx a year ago and I still have quite a bit left (again, see pic).
This is a lovely blusher and I would continue to use had I not found a love for brighter colours, namely MAC Pinch O Peach & Illamasqua Tweak.