Nudestix Bronze. Blush. Glow.

by Sarah

Multi -use, practical products always get a big thumbs up from me; and no one does multi-use/practical like Nudestix.

Adding to their growing collection of cream products, they just launched new colors of bronzers, blushes and a newcomer to the line – liquid highlighters!

And wait til you see these colors!…

SHOP Nudestix Bronze Blush Glow HERE

Nudestix 2019 Bronze Blush Glow

Renowned for their fuss-free, easy to use, portable products, the concept behind Nudestix is: minimal effort. And who doesn’t love that?

Although Nudestix had a small collection of contour, blush and highlighters; this new launch of additional colors and the introduction of liquid highlighters really brings this line together.

BRONZE 

Lets start with a bit of dimension, warmth and structure to our canvas…enter the Nudestix Bronzer range.

Smooth creamy texture in a twist up tube, there’s a kabuki brush on the other end of these bronzers so you can apply them with ease or on the go. The formula is really comfortable to work with so you can sheer it out for a natural look, or build it up for a more intense payoff.

As with most Nudestix products being multi-use, these bronzers double up as blush, eyeshadow and lipstick. Bliss!

There’s one color in particular within this category that I’m really excited about, and it’s Sunkissed. It has a gorgeous warm undertone which would be flattering on any skin tone.

Sunkissed was created by celebrity makeup artist Mary Phillips, whose makeup style and taste is so similar to mine, she could launch mystery products and I would buy them no questions asked.

I’m waiting for my order to arrive, and will share it on my Instagram when I get my hands on it. Come follow me @sarahbeautypov

The other two bronzers are deeper in shade with brown undertones; perfect to use as contour colors also.

Sunkissed (by Mary Phillips) – Bondi Bae – Deep Maple Eh

BLUSH

I really appreciate a good cream blush; mostly for the healthy, youthful look it provides which is very natural and doesn’t take away from the skin.

Same formulation and packaging as the bronzers, Nudestix blushes have a great balance of neutral shades which can be built up to achieve that flush of color.

The color In The Nude was featured in Nudestix Jet-Set set, which was also created by Mary Phillips and it’s one of my absolute favorite cream blushes. I did a full review post on Jet-Set including this blush HERE

The color Sunset Strip is the newcomer to this range, and it is the most punchy, intense shade out of the whole lot.

Picture this color on your cheeks (and lips) on a summer’s day, with shimmering highlight draping over your face…I mean…just heavenly!

Bare Back – In The Nude – Naught n Spice – Sunset Strip 

GLOW

Talk about havenly shimmer…

Although Nudestix has cream highlighters (in the same packaging as the bronzers and the blushes), these liquid formulas are new to the brand. Described as metallic gel texture, this light weight, long wearing formula melts into the skin to provide a natural sheen.

These can also be used on the eyes and the lips to add a hint of shimmer.

There are three shades to complement all skin tones. A soft yellow gold, a muted pink and of course bronze.

 

24K Goddess – 99% Angel – Bronzi Babe

As with all Nudestix products, each item comes in a black matte tin container which features a mirror.

Products are hypoallergenic, gluten-free, fragrance free, vegan, cruelty free and formulated without parabens, sulfates, phthalates.

Blush and bronzers retail at $30; highlighters are $28. Shop the Nudestix range HERE

Do you use cream products? What do you think of the new Nudestix colors?

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2 comments

Mia January 27, 2019 - 12:53 am

How gorgeous!!!! I do love the multi use/practical element to them. So handy when traveling.

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Tracey January 26, 2019 - 8:37 am

They all look so good but I’m always scared to try cream products cos of oily skin. Any tips?

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