NYX Apricot HD Blush Review, Photos, Swatches

NYX Apricot HD Blush
NYX Apricot HD Blush

NYX Apricot HD Blush

NYX Apricot HD Blush ($16.50 for 0.25 oz. ) is medium-dark coral-red with a soft, satiny shimmer-sheen. The color initially reminded me of Chanel Rouge, which is certainly redder and more intense–with a light hand, they’re comparable. It also reminded me of the original MAC Posey and MAC Mighty Aphrodite. Benefit Bella Bamba is pinker.

What I’ve loved most about NYX’s line of HD blushes is their soft, super finely-milled powders; they’re silky, blendable, and fairly buildable. It’s a formula that makes it difficult to overdo it on; you have to be deliberate about greater intensity if that’s the color you desire, but it’s not difficult to achieve a more pigmented cheek. The downside to these blushes is the wear time, which is around six hours, at which point I start noticing it fade.

For an in-depth commentary on the packaging, please see my original review.

NYX HD Studio Photogenic Grinding Blush Apricot
B-
Product
9
Pigmentation
8
Texture
9
Longevity
7
Application
4
Total
82%

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NYX Apricot HD Blush
NYX Apricot HD Blush

NYX Apricot HD Blush
NYX Apricot HD Blush

NYX Apricot HD Blush
NYX Apricot HD Blush

NYX Apricot HD Blush
NYX Apricot HD Blush

NYX Apricot HD Blush
NYX Apricot HD Blush

NYX Apricot HD Blush
NYX Apricot HD Blush

NYX Apricot HD Blush
NYX Apricot HD Blush

NYX Apricot HD Blush
NYX Apricot HD Blush

NYX Apricot HD Blush
NYX Apricot HD Blush

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