Despite being named "blushing nude" this shade has a good bit of pigmentation. With my skintone it is much more in the bronzer category than blush. As you can see from the pictures, the mosaic includes a dark brown, a warm red brown, a terracotta color and a pink. Swirled together they create a fairly warm brown (verging on orange-y).
There is some shimmer in this formula, but no big chunks of glitter. The powder applied well and blended easily.
I swapped for this product because I was wanting to try a Physician's Formula blush. The problem is that with my skintone, this is a bronzer, not a blush and I already have a whole pack of bronzers I love dearly.
To be clear I don't have any qualms with the product itself, just that it wasn't what I was hoping for. If you have a darker skintone than me or are looking for a nice bronzer, this might be the product for you.
Physican's formula Powder Palette Multi-Colored Blushes contain .17oz of product and retail for between $7 and $10 depending on where you purchase.