Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Kett Fixx Creme Blush Review Daiquiri, Bermuda, Morocco

Products in this post were provided by PR/the brand

Kett FIXX Creme Blush Review

Kett Cosmetics Profile

Kett is a well-known cosmetic brand that focuses on pro cosmetics meant for amazing performance when filmed in high-def or captured by digital camera. They offer an impressive array of both cream and airbrush foundation, cheek and makeup shades, so it's easy to see why they're a favorite among pros. Their formulas are paraben-free, fragrance-free, and silicone-free. 

Today I am focusing on 3 shades of their new Creme Blushes, which can be used on cheeks and lips.


Kett Creme Blush retails for $15 per pan (.125 oz) or $30 per compact (.5 oz).

Where to Buy

These can be purchased directly through Kett's site HERE or through authorized beauty supply companies.

Kett Fixx Creme Blush Review in Daiquiri, Bermuda, Morocco

Kett FIXX Creme Blush Swatches

Kett FIXX Creme Blush Swatch
L to R - Daiquiri, Bermuda, Morocco

Product Type

Kett Fixx Creme Blushes are meant to be used on both the cheeks and lips. They are cream products formulated without parabens, fragrances or silicones. They have a semi-matte finish.


Kett Fixx Creme Blush Bermuda Swatch
Kett Fixx Creme Blush in Bermuda - light-brown beige

Kett Fixx Creme Blush Daiquiri Swatch
Kett Fixx Creme Blush in Daiquiri - vibrant salmon pink

Kett Fixx Creme Blush Morrocco Swatch
Kett Fixx Creme Blush in Morocco - chocolate brown, leans fairly cool


These apply like a dream with both synthetic and natural brushes! It takes very little product because these are so pigmented. They are fairly firm, but not dry and they do not tug at the skin.


These wear so incredibly well! You will absolutely need makeup remover in order to fully remove these. These did not cause irritation and did not noticeably fade during the course of an 8 hour day when applied directly to my skin.

On the Face

Daiquiri is a fabulous blush color, while I played around with Morocco and Bermuda for contouring because of my skin tone. I recommend experimenting based on your complexion, the look you want, etc. Here are a couple pics in which I'm wearing all 3 shades--Daiquiri for blush, Morocco and Bermuda for contouring.

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kett fixx creme blush tutorial

kett fixx creme blush tutorial

Final Re-Cap


Kett Creme Blush retails for $15 per pan (.125 oz) or $30 per compact (.5 oz).

Where to Buy

These can be purchased directly through Kett's site HERE or through authorized beauty supply companies.

My Thoughts

These are so incredibly impressive! Daiquiri is one of those universally complementary blush shades I'm constantly hunting for (perfection!)--not so light or dainty that it'll barely show up on complexions like mine. I love that Morocco and Bermuda are both cool in tone! It can be very hard to find decent browns and beiges that are cool instead of warm. The finish, pigmentation, wear, and application on these are amazing! Whether or not you're a pro, I strongly recommend you give these a try. If you're new to cream makeup, you can always purchase pans instead of compacts to start. There's really nothing else to say, these are phenomenal!

Kett also offers foundation in a similar cream formula. It's been a while since I've worked with them, but if I have the chance to swatch any I'll be sure to share!

What do you think? Would you try Kett's Fixx Creme Blushes?

Note: Products in this post were provided by PR/the brand. All opinions stated above are my own based on my personal experience and haven not been influenced by PR/the brand.


  1. Ohh I want Daiquiri! Gorgeous photos and great review, as always!

    1. Thank you! Daiquiri is absolutely one of the top blush shades I've swatched this year--it is perfection!

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    1. Thanks! The Kett makes me look a bit less dead than I would otherwise ;) Long last few weeks!

  3. These all look great on you! I have never used a creme blush, but I'm loving that salmon pink one!

    1. Definitely time to try ;) Good cream blushes are my favorite (aside from super finely milled pressed powder)!!! Especially as we age or if you have sensitive skin or dry skin, they can be a better option than regular powder blush!

  4. Daiquiri is gorgeous. You make me want them all!

  5. You always have the best new to me brands! These look gorgeous. I'm always nervous to try cream blush, but I'm sure practice is key

    1. I'm actually surprised by the number of people that have told me they find cream blush intimidating :) I think the key is finding the right shade and using a light hand until you're more confident, but honestly, I find cream blush to be the best! This shade in particular is the kind that would be very forgiving if applied with a good brush :) Now gel blush, that can be tricky if you haven't given it a whirl before!


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