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NX Factors Cosmetics: Powder Blush

NX Factors Cosmetics is an American brand, available worldwide, with over 30 years of experience. Their website has a whole selection of cosmetics from makeup, to nail polish, skin care and accessories. All their products are made taking into consideration different skin tones and types.

The first item of their make-up line that I'm going to be reviewing is their powder blushes*.
I was sent three different blushes which cost $12.00 each (that works out about £7.64 so they're comparable with a lot of drugstore blushes). There is 6 different shades available and probably got the lightest and lightest ones available.

NX Factors cosmetics describes them on their website as,

Ultra satin and lightweight powder, brushes on to a smooth finish. Perfectly pigmented, color never looks dry or flat and is great for contouring face shapes. Layer up for stronger color, or tone it down. 

I completely agree with what they've said. I think my photos make it clear that the colours can be changed depending on how much you load up on your brush. All three feel lovely on my skin and haven't broken me out at all.
 Pink Ice is a gorgeous light pink with light shimmers. This is the lightest blush available and definitely recommended for fairer skin tones. It's a perfect light blush for every day but isn't too pigmented. It would take a few swirls of the brush for it to be very pink on my cheeks but I like the natural pink look that it leaves.
Fame is an orangey/peach coloured blush so is quite comparable to a light bronzer. This is a lovely colour for wearing when you're tanned and actually looks quite nice with my freckles (thanks sun!) You can see that theirs quite a difference between the swatch on my hand and how it looks on my face. This shows how buildable the colour is. Fame is an all-rounder, suitable for most skin tones.

Claret is quite different in the pan than how the swatch looks on the website, which is a bit of a shame. It left me a bit shocked and slightly scared to use it when it arrived as it's red toned rather than bright pink. This is wrong for my skin tone on so many levels. None the less this blush is very pigmented and would be perfect for a much darker skin tone.

Which of the 6 NX Factors Cosmetics Powder Blushes are your favourite?

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