Like the rest of the blushes in this line, Mocha has a quilted design in the powder, which I love. However, I'm a little confused... why is the color named Mocha? I know beauty products don't always match their names really well, but I would expect this blush to be the color of coffee, not a pink. Is there a different something called Mocha I don't know of? Regardless, the color is beautiful and great moving into the fall and winter seasons.
Mocha has a really great formulation: pigmented, blendable, and smooth. This blush wears about average on me. The color reminds me a little of winter berries, almost like something I would expect Snow White to wear.
NYX blushes contain .18 oz/5.2g of powder and retail for roughly $6 each (unless you score a sale!). I think this is a pretty good price for the amount of product you get, considering the quality. For reference, MAC blushes contain 6g of powder and retail for $20!
On my light complexion, it's easy to overdo this color so I make sure to use a lighter hand with it. If you have a medium complexion, this would probably make a great everyday color for you!
Do you like blushes with red tones in them? I am pretty picky about them... the wrong one will make me look sunburned!