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Blogmas Day 14 – PixiGlow Cake – Review

Hi everyone, 

How are we all doing? It’s another Friday, yet again!! Days are flying by!! 

Today’s blog post is about a PR package I had received from Pixi. They always surprise me and send the cutest of packages. I am so grateful to receive from them and never thought that I would receive such things!! Thank you Pixi!! You made my day when I had received this!! 

This package included a selfie light – which I need!! So thank you so much for that Pixi!! And it also included the two PixiGlow Cake palettes. 

These light-diffusing palettes help achieve a natural, radiant and healthy complexion with flushed apple cheeks, subtle contouring and a glowing highlight. The shades in this palette are made to look like a gradient effect, which make it easier to create a sheer wash of luminous colour that enhances what Pixi call a PixiGlow

I love the idea of having a 3-in-1 palette consisting a blush, a highlight and a contour shade. Its formula is silky soft and provides with a nice natural complexion. It also includes some interesting ingredients – 
• Ceramides – which help restore the skin’s moisture barrier. 
• Peptides  – which plump and firm your skin. 
• Grape Seed Extract – which improves skin’s elasticity. 

How to apply – 

Use each colour of this pressed power combo individually or blend them together to achieve the perfect seamless PixiGlow. I have not tried using them altogether but I am intrigued to!!  

There are 2 different palettes – the GildedBare Glow and the PinkChampagne Glow.  Both palettes are super pigmented. 

The GIldedBare Glow is more subtle if you ask me and presents us with more natural looking shades. I love the highlight of this palette as well as the blush. As I said, I haven’t tried all three shades together at once, but I am intrigued to do this with this one. I would call this one the everyday PixiGlow if you ask me.

Whilst the other one in PinkChampagne Glow would be the night time version! The PinkChampagne Glow has a richer deep pink toned blush and contour shade. I think I prefer using these shades individually. 

Have you tried out these palettes? What do you think of them? If not, are you intrigued by them to do try them out eventually? Let me know in the comments down below!! Thank you so much for reading and for supporting my blog! 

I would like to thank Pixi once again for the beautiful products and package, I am forever grateful and you always surprise me!! I genuinely appreciate it from the bottom of my heart!

Love Kezia

xoxo

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