Introducing Our Beachy & Peachy Nudies All Over Face Color Shades

Posted on Jun 15 | By Kristin Corpuz

You all fell in love with our Nudies blushes, bronzers, and glow sticks, so it only made sense for us to expand our shade range. In anticipation of warmer weather and the impending summer season, our newest launch of Nudies sticks is the Beachy & Peachy collection: Blushes, bronzers, and highlighters that will help ease your makeup routine into fresh, bright, sunny colors. These beautiful colors are perfect multisticks to use on your eyes, lips, and cheeks for monochromatic makeup looks that make you glow from the inside out. Below, take a look at each of the new shades and let us know which ones you'll be stocking up on this summer.

BLUSH

Nudies Blush in Salty Siren: Everyone needs a pinky coral in their summer blush collection, and this one is the perfect fit. This blush is a fiery color that will complete any vibrant makeup look, and is a beautiful way to accentuate your summer glow. Use this shade on your lips and cheeks for a bright monochromatic look that embraces all of the good summer vibes.

Nudies Blush in Nude Peach: If you're already a fan of our Nudies Blush In The Nude, this is a great option to bring that shade into a more summer vibe. It's a warmer peach that gives your cheeks a gorgeous flush like you're blushing. It also works as a beautiful nude lipstick that provides that "your lips but better" wash of color.

Nudies Blush in Body Language: Originally created for our Daydreamer collaboration collection with Hilary Duff, Body Language is finally available as a blush all on its own. We've described it in the past as a blend between our Nudies Blushes In The Nude and Naughty & Spice, mixing together mauve, rose, peach, and true pink to give your cheeks the most natural-looking flush.

BRONZE

Nudies in Bronze Beach Babe: This new shade is a beautiful rosy brown, perfect for working double-time as both a bronzer and a blush. The pink undertone allows this color to show up browner on some skin tones and rosier on others. Use it across your whole cheek from the apple to the hollow to achieve that effortless "I spent all day in the sun" glow, or dab it onto your lips for a monochromatic look.

Nudies Bronze in Terracotta Tan: Created in collaboration with celebrity makeup artist Jose Corella, this new bronzer is a gorgeous option to add to your cheek collection. An ultra-warm brown, this shade helps emphasize your glowingly tan summer skin — or bring that summer energy to other seasons. This brown is also a great shade to use as a transition shade for your eyeshadow looks, too.

                     

GLOW

Nudies Glow in Bubbly Bebe: Our other shade created in collaboration with celebrity makeup artist Jose Corella, this bronzey champagne is a universally flattering highlight that gives your skin a gorgeous lit-from-within glow. While Hey Honey is more golden and Brown Sugar Baby is more bronze, Bubble Bebe lies somewhere in the middle so you can fully embrace your summer glow.

Nudies Glow in Half Moon: This new Nudies Glow is another shade that was created for Hilary Duff's Daydreamer palette, and we're so excited to offer it on its own. Half Moon is a transparent pearl with a bit of a lavender shift. It's really similar to Illumi-naughty, if you're familiar with it, but this one is more cool-toned and the lavender shift is more pronounced. Which shades are you stocking up on for the summer season? (For us, the answer is all of them, in case you're wondering.)

See how Taylor creates a beautiful summer make up look using all the new Beachy & Peachy shades! 

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