Pixi Liquid Fairy Lights Glitter Eyeshadows Review and Swatches
I have already featured the Pixi Liquid Fairy Lights Glitter Eyeshadows here on my blog a couple of times, with SunRay here and then BareBrilliance and Rose Gold here. I was very kindly gifted the whole range of the Pixi Liquid Fairy Lights Glitter Eyeshadows so I decided to do a post comparing all five shades so you could decide which shade/s you like best. I tried SunRay first and I have to admit, I wasn’t blown away by it but I’m so glad I went ahead and bought BareBrilliance and Rose Gold as I much prefer them and the shades are stunning.
The Pixi Liquid Fairy Lights Glitter Eyeshadows are £15 each which I think is a pretty decent price, especially when you compare them to the likes of Stila with their Glitter and Glow Eyeshadows which are £23 each. Although five shades isn’t particularly diverse, I really am hoping they choose to extend the shade range as I’d love to see some more shades introduced. The formula does differ between the shades, and I like that the five shades are all relatively neutral but I think it would be amazing if there were perhaps a khaki green or true gold shade too.
“Long wearing, liquid glimmer eyeshadow lights up the eyes with super sparkles to create an ethereal look. Infused with chamomile and rose extracts to soothe and hydrate. Apply directly on bare eye lids or over eye makeup as a topper.“
I’ve included two photos of the Pixi Liquid Fairy Lights Glitter Eyeshadows swatches as I feel like the second photo really shows the multidimensional effects of each shade, whilst the first swatch photo shows the colours more accurately. The applicator is a doefoot applicator and each of these swatches are two swipes of the applicator except for PassionLight and BareBrilliance which only needed the one.
BareBrilliance is a chocolate brown base with silver and brown glitter, and opaque in one swipe.
SunRay has a clear base with greenish gold glitter particles suspended within it, and needs to be built up for full opacity.
RoseGold is a rose gold with silver glitter and opaque in one swipe.
PassionLight is a bright copper with copper and silver glitter particles, and is the most opaque shade from the range.
Crystalline has a completely clear base with lots of iridescent and white glitter particles suspended within it.
The Pixi Liquid Fairy Lights Glitter Eyeshadows have minimal fallout except for Sunray, which for some reason causes a lot more fallout regardless if I’m using a glitter glue underneath or not. My favourite shade would have to be BareBrilliance as it’s such a stunning, wearable shade but Crystalline is the shade I get the most wear from as you can literally apply it as an eyeshadow topper for absolutely any eyeshadow look if you want to add a little sparkle and/or dimension.
Crystalline even looks pretty when applied to a bare lid, and it also works amazingly well as an eye inner corner highlighter. I am a big fan of these glitter eyeshadows and whilst I prefer the Stila Glitter and Glow formula over all, I still think they’re brilliant for the price.
Have you ever tried the Pixi Liquid Fairy Lights Glitter Eyeshadows before? Do you like glitter?
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