Friday, 1 February 2019

PixiGlow Cake 3 in 1 Luminous Transition Powders

I have absolutely loved getting to know Pixi Beauty over the past year or so and that stands for both the skincare and the makeup and the one phrase will you hear a lot when it comes to Pixi products is GLOW. Glow Tonic is the cult product which I am no doubt everyone will have heard of if not tried, Glow Mist, Glow Mud Cleanser, Glow Mud Mask, Glow Peel Pads and I am sure quite a few more. Today is the turn of the PixiGlow Cake 3 in 1 Luminous Transition Powders which are available in two different shades.
PixiGlow Cake 3 in 1 Luminous Transition Powders
PixiGlow Cake 3 in 1 Luminous Transition Powders
PixiGlow Cake 3 in 1 Luminous Transition Powders
I have had these two powders for a good few months and I really wanted to give them a try before sharing them with you. The PixiGlow Cake 3 in 1 Luminous Transition Powders are priced at £24 each and they are huge, in fact, they contain 24grams of product making them the biggest highlighters I’ve ever used.
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!

There are two different shades available; GildedBare Glow and PinkChampagne Glow, and both versions have an ombr├ęd design within the powder, so you can either use each of the shade on its own or mix and blend them together to create your perfect glow. Each palette contains three essential ingredients which include:
  • Ceramides to help restore the skin’s moisture barrier. 
  • Peptides to plump and firm. 
  • Grape Seed Extract which helps to improves skin’s elasticity.
It is these three ingredients which work to give your skin that enhanced PixiGlow as you use your blush, bronzer or highlighter.

The first palette is Pink Champagne Glow Powder consists of a really light pink, a medium pink and an almost pinky brown shade which are just stunning on their own but blend them together and you get a really pretty peachy pink shade. 
PixiGlow Pink Champagne Glow
PixiGlow Cake Pink Champagne Swatch
The second palette, which is called GildedBare Glow is my favourite of the two and the one I have used the most and it comprises of a pale champagne shade, a lightish peach and a bronze and when they are blended together you get an almost rose gold shade.
PixiGlow Cake Gildedbare
PixiGlow Cake GildedBare Swatch
Depending on my mood, I switch between using each shade on their own and then together but I also mix between the two palettes because I really like the pinky brown shade of Pink Champagne Glow blended with the pale champagne shade from GildedBare.  I have really loved using both of the PixiGlow Cake 3 in 1 Luminous Transition Powders and I hope they are formulated and packaged into a product I can carry with me in my makeup bag because they are just absolutely lovely to use.

Have you tried the PixiGLow Cake 3 in 1 Luminous Transition Powders from Pixi?

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  1. Pink Champagne looks beautiful. It's great how there's a little added skincare in there too.

    Roxie |

  2. Gilded Bare Glow is my favourite too! Pixi makeup is really good quality and the prices are brilliant xx

  3. Oh I love pink champagne glow. So pretty x

  4. I love these powders too. They are amazing and I love how well they blend x

  5. I haven't tried any Pixi Makeup, besides their eyeliners but I always read great things x

  6. I love the swatches of the bareglow one! Maybe need to add that to my collection x

  7. I need to pick one of these up for the summer! x

  8. They are such beautiful shades! I love them!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

  9. I love the look of ombre blushes, and I love that you can get so many different options from them!


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