In this post, I am going to share my views on NYX Baked Blush Ignite. Read on for more details on this makeup blush.
Baked to sheer perfection this luxurious formula is packed full of pigments to provide a natural glow and highlight to the face. Uniquely designed to be used wet or dry depending upon the makeup statement you want to make. When used dry with a brush the look is light and fresh. Want more color? No Problem! Apply wet with a makeup sponge for more intensity.
Medium fair, warm undertone
600 INR for 6.5 gm.
My Experience with NYX Baked Blush Ignite:
Beginning with the packaging of the product, the blush comes in a very cute and pretty black colored plastic pan with a bow detailing. It has a transparent lid, which helps to easily spot this blush in your makeup stash. The back of the blush bears a label indicating the shade name. The packaging looks really cute but it does not come with any mirror or applicator. I don’t mind that because I barely use those small applicators. Overall, the packaging is nice and travel friendly.
NYX Baked Blush Ignite claims to be a baked blush + Illuminator + Bronzer. It is actually a blush with a bronzy touch, but it is not actually a bronzer. “Ignite” is a beautiful, warm-toned orangey coral kind of shade with some brownish hue to it. The golden microshimmer and brownish hue give it an amazing sun-kissed look.
This is not too shimmery and so it does not look gaudy. The effect looks very subtle and does not look over the top or gaudy. It perfectly goes with my skin tone. The pigmentation is a downside of the product. It is very sheer and I have to really work hard to build up the color.
The texture is average. It is slightly powdery and dry, actually too dry for dry skin type. I have to prep my skin well to avoid any patchiness. I really need to blend it thoroughly. The shimmer in the blush does not budge at all. It suits my sensitive skin pretty well and does not cause breakouts. There is a tiny bit of fallout in the pan, there’s not too much fallout.
It stays for 4-5 hours on my skin, so I feel the staying power should have been better. Overall, this is an average product and it is not the best baked blush, there are better options available in the market.
Pros of NYX Baked Blush Ignite:
- Lovely packaging.
- Beautiful shade.
- Non-chunky shimmer.
- Illuminated blush.
- Smooth texture.
- Gives sun-kissed look.
- Good staying power with a primer.
Cons of NYX Baked Blush Ignite:
- Dry texture.
- There’s a bit of a fallout.
- Low pigmentation.
- Needs to be blended properly.
- Staying power could have been better.
Would I Repurchase/Recommend NYX Baked Blush Ignite?
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