What a wonderful product. I also have this product in Hot pink and although I adore the color it's not very usable for every day because it's so pigmented and you can easily end up with clownish cheeks. This however is pigmented and creamy but still sheer enough to be able to achieve a more natural result easily (especially if you are in hurry) but it's also possible to build it up for a more dramatic look. The color is more natural than the blush in Glow, kinda peachy-brown. Suits my NW15 skin perfectly. I know it won't last as long as my powder blushes but it's so fun to use, I just apply with my fingers. I think it would be a great product for people not used to wearing blush or people wanting a more natural result.
I would definitely repurchase.
I found it. I found my Holy Grail blush. I picked up NYX Rouge Cream Blush in Natural on a whim in Ulta for about $5.50. In the pan it appears like a soft pink with a peachy edge to it. When I pick it up with my finger, it looks like a pinky mauve. But on my cheeks, it's a beautiful pinky peach that makes me glow! It is the perfect shade for me, because it looks like I'm naturally blushing. In fact, I applied the blush on one cheek and pinched my other, and Natural matched my blushing cheek perfectly. This blush has decent staying power, but I'm willing to to anything to keep this color on my face! I'll set it with Milani's Baked Blush in Luminoso or some powder and touch it up throughout the day. This gives a lovely glow to the skin. Another thing...pigmentation! I need only lightly rub my finger in the pot to have a full blush on both cheeks, I doubt I'll ever run out. If you are a fair, freckly, cool-toned gal, this is a must have. (Though I bet it would work for many skin tones!)
Beautiful pinky-peach colour. Dupe for MAC's Ladyblush cremeblend blush. Great smooth texture and longevity. Has a bit of a glowy finish though which I don't really like so I add powder to mattify it. My lid broke during shipping and went into the product so I had to tape it up. Packaging could be a bit sturdier though! Awesome cream blush for the price and would last for at least a year!
It looks brown in the pan but is a very pretty, subtle peachy-pink on my skin. Like the name says, it looks natural. I don't look like I'm wearing blush. I just look awake and fresh. Very easy to blend. It's super cheap so you don't have to break the bank to try it. :)
ADDENDUM: I think this blush looks better for me in the summer because somehow it makes me look like I had some time under the sun. I have very pale Asian skin and this makes me look a little reddish/tanned from the sun.
For a still natural, but brighter, glowing-from-within color, I've recently started using Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge in Powder Pink. The price is steep ($25) but it is soooooo pretty. It makes me look flushed, not sunburned.
Very nice pink for a "natural" flush. It's a nice blendable cream that is not sticky. Packaging is basic, not sturdy but not flimsy. The price is nice and cheap and you get a great product for it. The texture feels a tad "thinner" than Mac creme blushes to me, but this is definitely buildable. Color wise I believe this a dupe for Mac ladyblush. I hope nyx makes a wider range of cream blushes in pans bc I quite like this.
holy pigment batman! This product is great.. it's super creamy, crazy pigmented (a little really does go a long way with this), and it looks really natural -- I completely love this for everyday
Love the product and the color Natural. Plan to get a few more shades soon. Nicely pigmented, good quality, easy to blend, and great price. Ulta often has sale on them BOGO 50% off. Great for fall and winter time- love it.
So cheap, great subtle colour. Only need the tiniest amount. Packaging is great. Can't find any other cream blushes with this value for money.
Perfect natural look. It just looks healthy. You can build it up or just use it soft with a lite touch of my fingers, which is how I like it. It also stays for a while and does not fade away. I like that it is a cream as I think it adds a nice look to the skin.
I bought mine on line as I have no stores near me. I tried this because of the great review on MUA. Thanks everyone!!
Ok, so I found out that my favorite blush (MAC Blushcreme in Lilicent) has been discontinued. I was super disappointed and needed to find something just like it. Well, after doing my research, I found out that this NYX Rouge Cream Blush in Natural is a very similar blush to my MAC. I bought this NYX blush for $7, gave this a shot, and after I put it on... Wow, it IS a very close dupe to the MAC Blushcremes! I absolutely love it! It is a very pretty peachy pink color. I just use my fingers to pat and blend onto my cheeks. I am now a new fan. :)