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Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Review & Swatches: NYX Baked Shadows & Blush



NYX is getting baked with a complete line of shadows and blushes! With 33 shades in the Baked Shadow line ($5.99), and 12 in the Baked Blush line ($6.99), there's a wide array of shades to choose from and I have 3:

Moonshine: a shimmery off-white shadow with a gold shift
Lavish: A shimmery golden bronze shadow
Ignite: A satin blush in muted orange

The shadows are powdery when applied dry, but still provide smooth, even coverage. Worn wet (I like to spritz my brush with a makeup setting powder), they gain intense pigmentation, lasting power, and become more multifaceted. The blush has a similar powdery texture when applied dry and takes some working with to get the pigmentation seen in the pan, but NYX claims you can use these wet as well - just dampen a sponge and stipple into the pan, then onto your cheeks.

Overall, you get a ton of product with each blush and shadow, so given the performance these are a great value. Just beware of how subtle the blushes are - medium to deep skin tones might want to plan on using some of these shades wet to get them to show up.

Have you tried NYX Baked products?



NYX Baked Shadow & Blush

NYX Baked Shadow in Moonshine

NYX Baked Shadow in Lavish

NYX Baked Blush in Ignite

NYX Baked Shadows/Blush in Moonshine | Lavish | Ignite

Moonshine and Lavish Used Wet


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