Hello babs! I’m doing another highlighter review today because if you don’t already know… I LOVE HIGHLIGHTER! I’m going to be reviewing one from Pixi Beauty in collaboration with a YouTuber called Aspyn Ovard – it’s called the Glow-y Powder in the shade Santorini Sunset. Now, I have never heard of this YouTuber before but I saw this highlighter and instantly had to try it out. I originally got mine on sale from TKMaxx but you can get this from Cult Beauty for £14 which is a little pricey but *spoiler alert* this is well worth it!!
This comes with 10.21g / 0.36 oz of product in it.
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The highlighter comes in a plastic circle packaging which is green with a see-through lid. The lid screws on and off. The name of the brand and collaborator is in rose gold lettering on the see-through lid.
TALC, MICA, CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, POLYBUTENE, OCTYLDODECYL STEAROYL STEARATE, PHENOXYETHANOL, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, IRON OXIDES (CI 77491, CI 77492), TITANIUM DIOXIDE (CI 77891).
This is a champagne highlighter and it doesn’t have a scent which is good for people who may be sensitive to scented products. The formula of this highlighter is incredibly soft, you do have to be careful with this as there can be quite a lot of kick-up (more than what I’m usually ok with). It blends out easily and very nice on the skin. You don’t need to use a lot of this product as a little goes a long way! This highlighter is very blinding and doesn’t need a lot of building up.
This is definitely up there as one of my favourite highlighters because the pigmentation is just insane. I love a blinding highlighter and this does just the job. If you’re someone who’s into a more subtle highlighter then definitely give this one a miss, however, if you’re into your blinding highlighters then I definitely suggest picking this one up to try. The only thing which puts me off slightly is just how soft the formula of this is, I have to be so gentle with this otherwise so much product comes up which becomes a waste… That being said, it’s well worth the £14 in my opinion and is one of my go-tos.
Thanks for reading!