Almost every shade of blush is covered off in the new NYX Sweet Cheeks Blush Palette – from baby pink to a shade shifty gold with raspberry and orange inbetween. If you found yourself with no blush at all, this would be a very good place to get all options covered. However, I’m not really a big fan of blush palettes – it’s a bit too easy, when they sit side by side so closely, to get a bit of this and a bit of that on your brush.
In swatching, there was a little bit of ‘dust’ but nothing to worry about (unless you’re wearing a white shirt!). The formula is silky – it feels oil-infused so no dryness or talc feel – and there’s a good mix of shimmer and matte with the first three being shimmery, and the final five being matte. So – plenty to play about with in terms of adding highlight or shimmer to a matte shade if you wish.
The NYX Sweet Cheeks Blush Palette is £17 (which is toppy I think) HERE.
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