I don't know about you guys, but during fall and winter time I just love using my blushes!
Recently I bought myself a NYX blush, and I must say: this one's goooorgeous!
I try to do some research on a certain product before I go out and buy it. If there's about 1/3 negative reviews on it, I won't buy it.
I've probably read a ton of reviews and seen youtubers reviewing and raving about this blush over and over again.
And yes, I gave in.
Here's Pinched by NYX:
Great thing about this?
It's affordable and you get 5,2g in a little pot. Hold it! You're probably thinking: 5,2g (0,18 oz)? That's nothing! Believe you me that you only need the smallest amount of blush, because it's very pigmented :)
This is a a rosy-corally blush with a pretty sheen to it.
Melba, Pinched and Coralista :)
|MAC: Melba - NYX: Pinched|
MAC's Melba is a light pink orangy color, which is more of a summer blush for me. Tap it lightly with your brush and that'll be more than enough to put on the (hollow of the) cheeks.
|NYX: Pinched - Benefit: Coralista|
Benefit's Coralista is like an all year round blush. No matter what season it is, I think this blush looks good.
It's a very light blush that you can easily build up for a more heavily made up look. I prefer to use a light hand on this, so it looks more natural like you just ran out the door.
A side note: it's just one of those colors that would look great on every skin tone.
Here's a swatch of every blush mentioned above:
|Benefit - NYX - MAC|
From left to right:
Coralista by Benefit: a baby pink with microshimmers (good to know: I've had my Coralista for a few years now, and I haven't hit pan yet! Score!)
Pinched by NYX: a coral shimmery color
Melba by MAC: a mat pink/orange color
I have some other blushes put away in my beauty case, because I just keep on reaching for one of these blushes.
I always wanted to try out Deep Throat by NARS, because NARS is the queen in blushes :) But I've put myself up to the task to use an entire blush before I go out and splurge money on a NARS blush. Beam me up!
Maybe I'll do a blog post on my entire blush collection :)
Would that be interesting?
And what is your favorite blush by the way?