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Out of the Barren Sands arises NYX Desert Rose

Hello beautiful! I know I am late in discovering many wonderful items made by NYX but hey better late than never right? So this is my first blush from NYX! Do a happy dance for me! I am lately crazy about blushes so why not give one a try. I asked the charming NYX lady from the Long Circular Mall kiosk to help me find a colour that was matte and would be suited for my medium dark skin tone. And like that one blossoming flower you find in a barren desert, the stunning Desert Rose NYX blush revealed itself to me. 
Now on first impressions I felt it looked like a medium shade pink but on application it appears more like a berry pink, but beautiful color all the same. It’s a matte blush and extremely pigmented in one swipe. It goes well with my medium dark skin-tone. The wear was excellent, lasted me for most of my work day. 
Hey focus on the blush!
I couldn’t be more pleased with this as my first NYX blush and I’m definitely looking out for more shades of these on my next trip to the mall. Hold me back someone!
Happy Blushing!
XOXO
Naomi

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  1. I have this an d love it!!! i love mocha too
    nyx blushes are too good :)

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    1. Oh thanks for letting me know about mocha! that might me the next one i get.

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  2. I have Silky Rose, Mauve, Mocha, and Pinched. Mocha(gorgeous deep pink) and Pinched(bright pink with gold shimmer) are my all time favorites. I have 3 backups of both. Haha! I'm terrified they're going to be discontinued. I use one or the other everyday. Emilynoel83 from youtube turned me on to them.

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