Gorgeous color for light olive skin. I love this color. It is very rich. While the name is a bit misleading (it can hardly be considered nude), it really is more like a wine, or rosey plumb color. Very posh looking.
This lipstick is very easy to wear to work and during the day as it really compliments my fair complexion. It appears as a rich rosy medium pink with no shimmer, but slightly glossy. I do find that it can dry my lips out horribly if I wear this 2 or more days in a row, despite regular exfoliation and nightly lip balms application. Honestly I like the colour, but I wouldn't repurchase this lipstick as it's a generic colour that I would try to find in another brand that offered more hydration to my lips.
Buy this. Words cannot the describe how wonderful this lipstick looks and feels. Just buy it. You'll understand when you do.
picked this up along with rose velvet. on me their very similar. rose velvet is a little darker and warmer and blushing nude is lighter and cooler. both can be worn during the day and night and both flatter my neutral to warm skin tone of NC 25-30. i love the creme finish of Revlon lipsticks and at my walmart they run at 4.99$ oh i almost forgot, when it eventually fades away it leaves a beautiful stain behind instead of the dreaded ring. love it!!!!
Sort of an old-fashioned looking nude-rose on me. It's definitely not a light nude shade, and is closer to a darker pink. It is OK on me (NC30/35) but it doesn't really do anything for me, either. The finish is semi-matte and I prefer something a little creamier, since a medium-or-darker toned matte has a tendency to make my lips appear to "recede". I put lipgloss on under or over it to avoid this look. It's generally fine and I'll probably use it up because it is a decent everyday neutral, and the lasting power is good (due to the matteness) but I would not bother to repurchase it even at the 1/2 price I got it at. (Oh, and I just noticed that my tube does have a few random sparkly bits in it. Annoying, as I thought this was a creme with no shimmer, and the sparkly bits are kind of big. What is going on?!)
I cannot rave enough about this lipstick! I found a wonderful, moisturizing formula and the perfect YLBB color in "Blushing Nude." I use this lipstick exclusively and keep a tube everywhere.
When I'm going for a more natural look, this it is for me! I love this shade! I have cool-toned skin, and this just rocks on me. It also looks gorgeous over 110-Wine with Everything, if you like a depth-w/o-too-dark lip color. This is "rose-ish" on me...no brown, no coral/orange. I'm on my second tube, and will always keep a back-up.
Blushing nude!? Not even close. It's more like a very pigmented red. Not a fire engine red, but a mahogany. If you do like these kinds of colours, i would definitely recommend it because it has a nice shimmer and is very moisturizing.
This is a nude in the sense that it is what someone who has pigmented lips looks like without lipstick. It is similar, but darker and warmer than my own natural lip color and warmer and slightly darker than Revlon's Ginger Rose, which is my true MLBB. I find this reminds me of a lipstick that Bobbi Brown would make and might use on someone during the time she started her career in the 90's. A very natural looking lip that goes well with natural makeup, but on me I can't see it working with heavy eyes because the color is a bit too dark for that. This isn't my favorite color from the Super Lustrous Range, but I am glad I have it.
This is still avail. as of Oct 2010, altho it was not avail. at my local CVS.
It's a creme rose color. It's very similar to Clinique's own Blushing Nude. The Clinique might pull a touch cooler but on my NC35 bicolor lips, it looks the same. I also compared it to Revlon's Ginger Rose and it is a shade warmer and darker but also very close. It's not my favorite Revlon rose shade (that would be Rose Velvet, which is HG, and Rosy Nude in Colorburst) but it's very wearable if you want a MLBB rosy look. No scent, like all the SL lipsticks. continued >>