Pixi Beauty On The Glow Blush Review

   If there is one product in makeup that really scares me, its blush! I am always too afraid of putting on too much. Anything cream base scares me too, I've got more into cream contouring and naturally blush is the next thing. When the Pixi On the Glow Blushes arrived on my doorstep, I couldn't contain my excitement! 

The Pixi Beauty On the Glow Blush tinted moisture stick collection comes in 3 different shades - Juicy (deep orange), Ruby (red) and Fleur (pink). These tinted moisture sticks come in a beautiful compact design, which makes them easier to carry with you whenever you may need to. I love this compared to a traditional compact, as that always breaks.
These blush sticks are packed full of goodness.
  • Ginseng which balances and restores your skin.
  • Aloe vera has the ability to soothe the skin
  • Glycolic Acid which will hydrate and rejuvinate your skin.
  • Vitamins which nourish the skin.



As you can see from the swatches, all the blushes are highly pigmented and full of hydration. They are very glossy on the skin.  The blush formula is so silky and smooth which makes the application really easy. I prefer applying some to the back of my hand and stippling on to the cheeks. I've seen videos where people apply straight to their face but when I tried that, all my makeup started moving around and it wasn't pleasant. 

With my oily skin, these don't last well unless I set them with a powder blush on top. The hydrating and silky formula is like butter which sinks into my skin and gives me a colourful lift of colour but doesn't last long. I believe you can use these on your eyelids and lips too, which makes all the shades really versatile. 

I wouldn’t be able to choose a blush shade from the Pixi collection as my favourite, as they are incredible.

I didn’t expect to love the apricot shade Juicy as much as I did. I knew I would love the shades Fleur (soft pink) and Ruby (crimson red) but Juicy is the one! 

Have you tried cream blushes before?


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