This is a reveiw of NYX Powder Blush in Cocoa.
Our pressed powder blush delivers sheer, silky color that glides on, blends beautifully and creates a natural glow. The formula is richly-pigmented and lasts for hours. Highly pigmented, silky powder blush that combines rich color with long-lasting wear. Signature quilting assists with smooth transfer and product application. Delivers a healthy, natural looking glow to the skin. Featured in a signature quilted compact. Rich pigmentation provides long-lasting wear. Delivers a healthy, radiant natural glow.
Directions To Use:
Use a blush brush to apply color to the apples of the cheeks, carefully blending upward and outward toward the hairline.
Magnesium Stearate, Talc, Mica, Zinc Oxide, Titanium Dioxide, Octyl Palmitate, Isopropyl Myristate, Silica, Lanoline Oil, Squalane, BHA, Propylparaben, Iron Oxide.
My Experience with NYX Powder Blush in Cocoa:
Cocoa is a beautiful deep reddish brown shade. It does not have any shimmer and goes on completely matte. The powder is very finely milled and feels very silky and glides smoothly on skin. This shade is not as pigmented as other NYX blushes. It actually goes on sheer, but it is definitely buildable. Staying power is great, about 4-5 hours on my skin. The packaging is decent and good. Its plastic and not too sturdy, so you have to be careful not to drop it. The top is see through which helps in locating it in a messy drawer.
The only con for me is this particular shade. My skin tone NW23 already has pink undertones and I also have some reddish-ness on my face. Using this as a blush makes me look muddy and blotchy. This shade could be used for contouring for people with fair and light skin, but for dusky skinned girls, this shade would blend with the skin and hardly show up and if it does show up, it will look like a very natural flush.
Overall, a good quality blush at a good price but a difficult shade to work with.
Pros of NYX Powder Blush in Cocoa:
- Deep reddish brown shade.
- Easy to use.
- Good packaging with see-through top.
- Silky texture.
- Can be used as contouring shade.
Cons of NYX Powder Blush in Cocoa:
- Goes on very sheer but is buildable.
- Will not show up on dusky skin tones.
- Makes my skin look muddy and blotchy.
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