|Would buy this product again.||82%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond, Coarse Eyes: Green
This cream blush is very efficient and very pigmented. It has a very creamy consistency and leaves a dewy sheen on skin. So you don't need much to get a light true pink colour on your cheeks - of course it's buildable if you want too, though I would be careful because of the sheen. The consistency is probably even too creamy for my taste, that's why it's not one of my favourite cream blushes - but it's of course a good product for this price!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Other, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
Finally another of these I really like, since Boho was a bust which I exchanged for Hot Pink. Now I have Glow, which is also HIGHLY pigmented so just a touch of my MAC 188 blended like crazy gives me the nicest, warm pink flush as opposed to Hot Pink's cooler one. Glow is the one I reach for when I wear warmer shades (Natural was my first choice, but is a teensy bit too orange for my liking), and I wear Hot Pink with my cooler shades. These last a long time, at least all day (I have dry cheeks) so no worries about reapplying. At the rate I use this, in miniscule amounts, it will probably last me the rest of my life. Which is fine, since I love it but hopefully won't get bored too fast and ignore it. I'll probably get Golden and Rose Petale next, but have to order or eBay them since Ulta doesn't carry those. I'm now sorry I waited so long to add them to my blush collection and will be swapping out most of my powder blushes for creams (these, if I can) since my skin is a lot drier now, they just work and look better. I wish they'd make some more shimmery shades since the two I have are matte, but don't look 'flat' thankfully. I could probably layer a highlighter over them without making it look like I have a lot on, and that would add some shimmer I think. Either way I really like these, and prefer them over MAC Blushcremes. Good stuff!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I love, love, love this product! i have many creme blushes but this one is my favorite! it is EXTREMELY pigmented and can be used on it's own. Most of my other creme blushes are very sheer and have to be layered with a powder blush or are very sparkly. This blush on the other hand is now glittery and leaves a very beautiful summer glow. I am very tanned at the moment so this looks very natural on me but i'm sure that if you have a lighter skin tone that it would be a bit brighter on you...which is not a bad thing! i will be repurchasing this amazing product! i'm so glad i bought it!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Glow is an orange (colour) based shade, which works out great since I tanned with an peachy/orange undertone. Otherwise I have a yellow-beige undertone in winter.
The colour will appeared quite bold upon application, but wait for 5-10 minutes for the colour to set in, so if you have the time, do it in layers (thinnly).
The texture is similar to that of Mac's cream blush, that's where the similarity ends. This sells for $6.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Blue
I've been waiting to buy this for a few weeks ever since I saw the good reviews here! I love cream blush, the dewy finish is my favorite for my dry skin. At Ulta they had two of this color, and more of others. I found that almost every single color had not only been opened, but touched and left with fingerprints on it! The price sticker on the side is located right on the edge of the seam so you can open it without peeling the sticker, which obviously is a horrible idea. The stickers need to be placed in the middle or some kind of plastic shrink wrap should be on this product to prevent rude people putting their germs all over it and not even buying it in the end.
Ulta was decent enough to give me half off the price so I picked up this blush for around $3! I've used it three times so far and you only need a dime size tap of the color, and to blend it around. It blends great even without a brush, and stays on nearly all day! I really love this stuff and will probably try other colors soon especially for the low price and high quality!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
The texture is not as sticky has MAC, which is being reformulated. It's also not as thick or pigmented. These can go on quite sheer depending on which brush you use. If you use your fingers then you'll get major blush. I do love the color selection. Red Cheeks, Hot Pink, and Orange are all beautiful shades with high impact. I chose Glow because it's a medium pink that can be worn year round. You can layer these under powder if your blush doesn't last long.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This blush gives such a pretty glow to your face. Definitely apply with a light hand as it is quite pigmented, and really transfers onto your skin. Be sure to blend in nicely (:
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Red, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
I normally use Ladyblush by MAC (the old formula), but wanted something brighter for the summer months and decided to get this. I really like it! I am very pale and it gives my cheeks a wonderful pop of color. It's very pigmented, so I use a light hand and my MAC 130 to apply.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
i was really nervous when i chose this color because i am really fair skinned. i didnt want to get the lightest one they have because i have often bought blushes that didnt show up even on me. i did good! at first.. i put way too much on and thought i was going to have to get rid of it.. until i realized less is really more with this stuff and if its too bright i can layer some powder on top. the price is awesome, the packaging is great. nyx really has themselves a hit with this one!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
First, thank you MUA for steering me towards NYX instead of wasting money on MAC or Bobbi Brown! Second, this stuff is love for my NW20 skin (black/brown hair, brown eyes). I am still learning the best application method. But that said, this is like the cream version of my HG (powder) blush MAC Fleur Power. It feels a touch more corally than FP, but in the pans sitting next to each other they are very similar. I bought Glow by default. The one and only Natural in the store had obviously been swatched (big finger swirl in it) and the other one was sold out so all that was left was Glow and Hot Pink. Glow looked more like Fleur Power, so I grabbed it. Just like FP, it takes some practice to apply right, but a minute of patience is so, so, so worth it. I have been wanting to try a cream blush and this is a kick butt way to start!