I’ve really enjoyed exploring the Pixi skincare and makeup ranges over the last couple of years as their products are all so consistent, and well priced for the quality. I was recently given an amazing array of Pixi products including eyeliners, eye pencils, mascara and an eye primer and I couldn’t wait to give them a try. I’ve tried their eyeshadows, and I really enjoyed the liner in the Weylie set, so I was excited to try more from the Pixi eye makeup range. I always see videos and posts featuring Pixi skincare, but a lot of the eye makeup products I was kindly gifted, are products I’ve never seen before.
Pixi Eye Define Waterline Pencil £12
I always use a waterline eyeliner within my top waterline as it really helps to define my lashes, and give the impression of longer and more dramatic lashes. I usually use a standard eyeliner pencil but I liked the idea of a liner which could specifically be used within my waterline.
Described as having a waterproof formula with intense, no-smudge colour payoff and gentle application. The liner has a super creamy, intense matte black formula which glides across the lid or waterline without skipping or tugging which is perfect for the sensitive waterline area. It doesn’t last all day, but it lasts longer than many eyeliners I’ve tried and the retractable pencil means you never have to worrying about sharpening.
Pixi Extra Eye Bright Liner £12
This is technically the same pencil in terms of format and formula as the waterline version yet this is designed to have a brightening effect when applied to the waterline. The colour is a very pale pink shade which really does help to make the eyes look brighter, and more awake which has been a godsend the last few weeks as my hayfever has been a nightmare and my eyes have looked so tired. The pink toned helps to make the whites of the eyes look brighter, and it’s amazing how much a difference this one liner makes to your whole eye makeup look.
Pixi Lash Line Ink £12
The Lash Line Ink is available in two shades; Black Silk and Velvet Cocoa, and claims to apply flawlessly featuring a waterproof, non-feathering, quick-drying formula. I really do think I perhaps have a bad one as the pigmentation isn’t great and it actually feels as if it’s slightly dried out as it’s not completely opaque as shown in the swatches above. I’ve tried storing it upside down, and shaking it before use but it’s still quite patchy but don’t let it put you off the Pixi liners as none of the other Pixi products I’ve tried have been like this.
Pixi Large Lash Mascara £14
The Large Lash Mascara has a specialised, buildable formula along with oversized brush that delivers extreme volume and intense colour in one sweep. It claims to separate, lengthen, and plumps each lash for a false lash look without clumping, smudging and is waterproof too. The wand is very large, and rounded with natural bristles and is easy to apply without making a mess as the brush isn’t overloaded with product. It’s a perfect everyday mascara and is easy to remove without any irritations.
Pixi 3 in 1 Black Lacquer Lash Primer £15
I’ve been loving lash primers lately as they really do make a difference to the lashes, so I couldn’t wait to try this 3 in 1 lash primer from Pixi. Designed to be an essential prep step for full, voluminous lashes with a rich black formula packed with vitamins A & C plus panthenol to help keep lashes in optimum condition. It can be used before mascara as a base coat, after mascara to set, or by itself for a natural tinted look. I prefer to use it as a primer, but because it’s black you don’t have to spend ages trying to hide it with a mascara like you do with white lash primers.
Pixi Endless Silky Eye Pen Eyeliner – Velvet Violet, Rose Glow, Matte Mulberry and Cobalt Blue £12
These eyeliner pencils are amazing and my favourite product from this selection of lash and liner products. Pixi have an impressive 22 different shades, and I have four in a mixture of shimmer and matte finishes. They are waterproof, super-long-wear, no-smudge, no-budge eye liners which glide on like seamless silk, and in a single sweep motion to create a flawless, solid jewel-toned line.
I have Velvet Violet which is a matte bright purple with subtle purple shimmer, Rose Glow (my favourite) which is a stunning metallic bronze, Matte Mulberry which is a deep reddy toned brown matte shade and Cobalt Blue is a matte cobalt blue. All four shades are silky, super pigmented and glide across the lid lasting all day without smudging or fading. The quality is on par with my favourite ever eyeliner formula; the Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eyeliners and they’re a little more affordable too.
I’d love to know if you’ve tried any of the Pixi lash or liner products before?
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