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Make-up bits from Pixi that I'm loving

There's not a single product from Pixi that I have disliked till date. It's one of those brands that can do the wackiest of shades, sometimes not even to my taste, but because their quality is brilliant and they glide on like butter, I fall in love with them instantly.

I have been loving a few things from them recently that I have been using since weeks so here's a better late than never feature on them.

You guys know how much I love my Magic Tint Lip Balm by Pixi which changes colour based on the PH level and all that body chemistry jazz. I have a similar one called Tinted Brilliance Balm which is a coloured lip balm like the Chubby Sticks by Clinique, just more pigmented and less glossy.

The one I have is called 'Baby Bare' which is a peachy nude. Not the most flattering shade to accentuate those pearly whites but their quality is seriously stunning as they glide on the skin beautifully without tugging to dry skin, are moderately pigmented and foolproof as an everyday handbag product and come in various flattering shades.

I am also in love with their Endless Silky Eye Pen as it's the most creamy, smudge proof and pigmented pencil eye liner I have in my vanity. Besides, the shades they come in are quite unique and edgy, always an odd twist to them such as glitter when unexpected or a duo chrome of some sort.

The shade I have is Black Tulip I believe which is an ink blue with lilac accents and shimmer shot through it. I like to apply a thick line of this on the top lash line and then smudge it out for a smoked out effect. It's effortless with this baby! I seriously want to stock up on all the shades and it might be possible considering they're only £9 a pop.

I am sure you must have heard about the popular Early Bird Palette from them. It comes housed in this Disney inspired, lavender packaging that has doors to it in the middle. When you open them, you are greeted with an array of eye shadow's, bronzers and blushers. It is unbelievably compact and the uber cute colours are super smooth and wearable. It would be the only thing I would take with me on a holiday besides Foundation, Concealer, Powder and a Mascara.

The bronzers and blushers have a gorgeous sheen to them and the eye shadows are shimmery as well. Some eye shadows are more gritty than the rest but that's just a very minor flaw to it, especially when the kit retails at £16. If you're looking for a last minute Christmas present, grab this from a Pixi Boutique!

I am not sure why the brand isn't raved about as much but they do stunning products for everyday wear, with uber cute pastel green packaging and a reasonable price point. I have a never ending wish list for their products building up since years. One can dream!

girl_upnorth said...

Pixi makeup always looks so pretty, The packaging is so cute! Perfect girly girl makeup

Jade | Beauty Butterfly Blog

Sheefa F said...

@Jade - Cannot agree more! It has 'perfect' packaging if there's anything like that.

Jazzie said...

Would love to see some swatches of the palette. It looks such good value.

Ria x

Sheefa F said...

Will do so Ria :)

Shang J. said...

The balm is such a gorgeous shade. x




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Sheefa. 29. London. Spamming the web with ramblings on hair, eye shadow, skincare & cosmetic hoarding in general since 2008. Grab a cuppa and kick back!
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