I’ve really enjoyed trying Pixi’s products this year from their makeup to their skincare, they’re such a great brand. If I had to sum up the brand with one word it’d have to be ‘glow’ as all of their products are focused on imparting a glow through their skincare products and their makeup. The Pixi Glow Tonic is their signature product and they’ve launched numerous products with Glow in their name and the newest in their range are the PixiGlow Cake 3 in 1 Luminous Transition Powders available in two different shades.
The PixiGlow Cake 3 in 1 Luminous Transition Powders are £24 and they contain an huge 24grams of product which has to be one of the biggest highlighters I’ve ever seen. The pans are literally huge and I can’t imagine ever finishing one as you get so much product for your money. There are two different shades available; GildedBare Glow and PinkChampagne Glow, and both versions have an ombréd design within the powder.
This light-diffusing palette helps to achieve a naturally healthy, radiant complexion with flushed apples of the cheeks, subtle contouring and glowing highlights. The shades in the gradient make it easy to create a sheer wash of luminous colour that enhances your PixiGlow!
• Ceramides help restore skin’s moisture barrier.
• Peptides plump and firm.
• Grape Seed Extract improves skin’s elasticity.
PixiGlow Cake 3 in 1 Luminous Transition Powder – PinkChampagne Glow
PixiGlow Cake 3 in 1 Luminous Transition Powder – GildedBare Glow
The pans have three obvious shades but due to the transition design of the powder, you can’t really choose just one shade as you have to kinda blend them together. You can of course concentrate your brush on one section or use a small brush to pick up a specific shade.
The PinkChampagne Glow Powder consists of a very light pink, a medium pink and pinky brown shade which when swirled together creates a pretty peachy pink. Whilst GildedBare Glow contains a pale champagne, a peach and a bronze which makes a pretty rose gold. The formula is really different to other highlighters I’ve tried.
When the shades are used individually, they have a subtle satin finish but when you blend it together it’s a lot more glowy but it still looks really natural on the skin. I like that they’re quite versatile too as pale to deep skintones can use them for blush, bronzer or highlighter shades by positioning their brush in either the lighter or deeper end. Pixi is a really underrated brand in my opinion and these gradient, glowy powders are one of my favourite Pixi products I’ve tried.
I’d love to know which PixiGlow Cake 3 in 1 Luminous Transition Powder is your favourite?