Nuance- Peach Matte Vegan Blush




Nuance is a lighter, but nicely pigmented peach blush that gives your cheeks a healthy hint of color.  It' perfect for warmer skin tones.

Ingredients:  Mica, silica, iron oxides

Samples are 1/8 teaspoon in a 5 gram jar.  Full size is 1-1/2 teaspoons (7 ml)  in a 10-gram sifter jar. 

Additional Info

Finish Matte
Color Family Peaches and Corals
Tone Warm
Shimmer Scale 0(0=Matte 5=Glitter)
Depth 3 (1=white, 6=black)
Pigmentation 3 (0=no pigment 6= pure pigment)
Dye Free Yes
Vegan Yes
Gluten Free Yes


Review by Maya A
I got a sample size of Nuance, back when I was feeling adventurous and experimental. However, it was only recently that I decided to actually wear it on my cheeks, and I regret not doing so sooner. My favorite blush is Poppy and I will always love it I think but I've often found myself wondering what I would look like with less pink. And Nuance adequately answered my curiosity! Because of its matte quality, it looks appropriate for more formal and conservative occasions, and it also gives me a made-up look without drawing attention to my cheeks. I love it! If you're yellow-toned like me, do consider Nuance.

Age: 25-29 Eyecolor: Black Haircolor: Fair-Medium Skintone: Black Skintype: Combination

(Posted on 4/17/2015)
Review by Toni-Anne F
Finally a true PEACH brush! All the blushes that claim to be peach are either peachy pink or peachy brown. This is a true warm peach/apricot color that looks perfect on my warm medium yellow skin. Pinky blushes always look silly and unnatural on me but this is perfect!

Age: 19-24 Eyecolor: Brown Haircolor: Olive Skintone: Brunette Skintype: Sensitive

(Posted on 4/6/2015)
...I don't knowReview by Gem F.
...I don't know why but this color actually looks orange brown on me.... or dark orange... I don't look good... I was hoping for a light orange look... still in search of a cross betwn lemon and orange color...

Age: 25-29 Eyecolor: Brown Haircolor: Fair Skintone: Red Skintype: Oily

(Posted on 2/9/2011)
If you can'tReview by Holly U.
If you can't pull off pure orange blushes, then Nuance is great because it has enough pink to prevent sickly or odd orange look. On my pale olive skin, Nuance looks like a balanced version of Palace with pink tones (I like Palace too). Though sometimes Nuance can look too similar to Palace on me if I put some pink blush over Palace. Though it depends on your skin. Most blushes within certain color ranges end up looking all the same on me so that's why I own very few blushes. Some peach blushes have a slight tan/brownish quality to them, but not so for Nuance. It just orange-pink to me which is a good thing.

Age: Not Answer Eyecolor: Brown Haircolor: Olive Skintone: Black Skintype: Not Answered

(Posted on 8/13/2010)
Seeing it forReview by Fan W.
Seeing it for the first time at swatch online, I thought it's a clone of Pout Blossom Belle (a rightly rated and highly sought-after tangerine shade with plenty of shimmer, very unique and flattering on almost all skintone, especially warm skintones. I'm honored to have this shade...!), at least it appears so on the official swatch, hence why I bought it, but when I look at it in the jar, it doesn't look like Blossom Belle, cause it's not that tangerine shade but light pink, but the magical thing is, when applied lightly on my cheeks, it's half pink half tangerine depending on the light, very very pretty. It absolutely deserves 5 stars! I'll definitely buy it again...!

Age: 25-29 Eyecolor: Black Haircolor: Fair-Medium Skintone: Black Skintype: Acne Prone

(Posted on 11/4/2009)

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