I am a huge fan of Nabla Cosmetics single eyeshadow pans that I have a small selection of, and I have been watching with joy how the company has grown and become more knows the last few years. I am even more happy to see that they are easily avaliable on BeautyBay compared to when I first got to know the brand a few years ago and had to order from their Italian website.
This Italian indie brand has a full line of nice but affordable makeup. And today I wanted to focus on their blush. I got mine in the shade “Beloved” which is a matte coral pink.
The packaging is nice. It does actually look exactly like the MakeupGeek blush compacts, only with a different color and logo off course. It has a little mirror in the lid, a strong magnetic closing and it feels heavy and more luxurious than the price. I always like getting something that looks and feels expensive without it being so, so thats a bug bonus in my books.
The powder itself has a imprint that looks like a knittet pattern with the Nabla logo in the middle.
The product has the perfect amount of pigmentation. I am quite flexible with blush formulas. I don’t mind having to build up a ligtly pigmenter blush, and I don’t mind having to be careful with a very strongly pigmented one either, but it’s nice when they are just in the middle isn’t it? This one is a simple one dab with the brush, apply on the cheeks, and then don’t worry about it. A very forgiving and easy to use product. The color is also very nice on the cheeks and works well all year for me.
Even though I have used this quite a bit, the imprint looks almost as new. Even when I look at it really closely. The blush is pretty firmly pressed, and there is absolutely no kick-up in the pan, and the imprint looks nice even after quite a but of use. I am sure it will fade, but it’s nice that the pattern does not dust off straight away.
This just feels like an overall good quality blush and I really enjoy this and I would absolutely not mind picking up a new shade or two.
Did you try these blushes? Or have you tried anything else from Nabla? This is for sure a brand I want to explore more, so I will happily take suggestions if you have any favorite products from them.