Pixi On The Glow Blush Tinted Moisture Sticks Review / Swatches
The Pixi On The Glow Blush Tinted Moisture Stick collection launched exactly a year ago, as part of the brand’s 2020 collection.
When they launched, I featured them on my makeup news website, and I never heard any bloggers or influencers ever talk about them following their launch. Pixi was kind enough to gift me all three shades and I couldn’t wait to try them.
If you look at the beauty launches over the last six weeks or so, there have been a heck of a lot of cream blushers. Cream blush is most definitely having a moment, and I couldn’t be happier. Cream blush is so much more flattering than powder blusher, unless you have oily skin of course, and then it’s a slide show on the face.
The Pixi On The Glow Blush Tinted Moisture Sticks are £18 each, and have a twist up, solid stick format. In each stick you get 19g of product, which is extremely generous for a cream blusher. One of these sticks would last you absolutely ages, as you only need to ‘swipe’ the stick on each cheek once, and that’s all you need.
The three shades available are;
- Juicy (bright coral)
- Fleur (light pink)
- Ruby (deep pink)
The Pixi Moisture Stick is a solid hydrating balm, which you swipe directly on the skin for a hit of hydration, and the Pixi On The Glow Blush Tinted Moisture Sticks have the same delivery format.
They couldn’t be easier to use, and once you’ve swiped on each cheek, you simply blend with your fingertips, beauty sponge or makeup brush.
I personally prefer to use my fingertips, as the warmth of my fingertips helps the blush to really mesh with the skin for a natural finish, and a hint of colour.
Whilst they’re designed to be blushers, you can even use it on the lips too, for a matching lip and cheek look, and they’re perfect for barely there summer makeup looks, with a glossy sheen on the skin.
You can find the Pixi On The Glow Blush Tinted Moisture Sticks right here.
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