Post contains gifted products. All views are my own.

I will admit to never having been anything but a powder blush kinda gal my whole life but when these beauts landed at my door I feel like a door was opened that I can not and will not ever close.

Formulated with Ginseng, Aloe Vera and a unique mix of Fruit Extracts, this tinted balm provides a hint of natural colour while hydrating and conditioning skin.


Packed with vitamins and antioxidants as well as intense (but easily blended) colour pay off the Pixi Beauty On-The-Glow Blush Tinted Moisture Sticks have become a staple in my everyday routine.

Available on three shades…

Juicy (a gorgeous pop of orange)
• Fleur (a subtle rosey flush)
• Ruby (a vibrant raspberry)

…and costing £18 (which may seem steep I guess but a little goes a long way!).

Completely cruelty free and multipurpose which make things a whole lot easier in the morning when you’re in a mad dash to get out of the door. Just swipe across the cheeks and finish with a quick dab on your lips and your good to go with a beautifully pulled together makeup look.

Below you’ll find guidance straight from the Pixi Beauty website on how to apply your new favourite blush!

• Step 1: Twist base to wind up or down.
• Step 2: Swipe gently onto skin.
• Step 3: Blend with fingertips.
(Although I actually prefer to use a stippling brush.)
• Step 4: Close lid after each use.

I’ve mentioned before (only a couple hundred times) how oily I am and I think that’s why I have previous steered clear of anyone but your big standard blush. I was worried initially that the formula would sit horribly on my sometimes hard to work with skin but honestly those fears were so unwarranted.

They blend beautifully and have wonderful longevity. The thing I find most fascinating is that you can apply on top of your setting powder and they still look dewy without disturbing anything else underneath.

Couldn’t rate these more highly!

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