January 9, 2016

Pixi Beauty Review

I recently bought some Pixi Beauty products, being that it was the only natural makeup brand to be found in Target! These are the products I purchased:

This was the first time I had ever bought natural cosmetics that targeted the eye area so I was eager to try them out! I started my makeup experiment with "Cat Eye Ink." 

Once situated in front of my vanity, I attempted to create the perfect cat eye, but failed miserably. Now I’m not perfect at making cat eyes, but the “colored-marker” looking applicator was not helping! It definitely has an intense black color, but it was so hard to create a smooth, fine line on the rim of my eyelid since it does not glide on easily.

Moving onto the natural brow duo, it is double-sided with a pencil crayon on one side and tinted gel on the other. 

I started applying the pencil crayon to my brow, but noticed no difference. I went over the same part of my brow to see if I would eventually see any color, but it was to no avail. I decided to apply it to the back of my hand and was shocked to see that there was barely any trace of color coming out! It was the lightest, faintest shade of brown you could possibly imagine!

On the other hand, I found use of the tinted brow gel. Knowing that I have very unruly eyebrows, it did the trick in smoothing them out. It wasn’t sticky or too dark in color so I thought it was perfect.

All in all, I think these makeup products could use some improvement. I would be happy if the natural brown brow duo had more accessible color to apply. As for the cat eye ink, maybe it’s not my preferred way of applying eye liner.

On a positive note, I do love Pixi’s Tinted Brilliance Balms! They have so many beautiful shades of pink that have the perfect amount of shimmer and hydrate very well! 

In the meantime, I will continue to try out other Pixi products, and let you know what I think. Thanks for reading my review!


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