Pixi have launched so many amazing products over the last two months both in their skincare range and their makeup range. I did an overview of their new Pixi Rose Infused Skintreats collection back in February, and today I have a couple of their newest makeup launches to show you. The Pixi ‘new in’ section has quite a few new makeup launches, and part of the new launches include the Pixi Eye Reflections Shadow Palettes with three different palettes to choose from; Mixed Metals, Natural Beauty and Reflex Light. From the three Pixi Eye Reflections Shadow Palettes, I have the Reflex Light and Natural Beauty Palettes to show you today with some swatches…
In the Pixi press parcel there were these two beautiful Pixi Eye Reflections Shadow Palettes as well as a case with three synthetic makeup brushes. I can’t see the brushes anywhere online but Pixi did used to do makeup brushes, so I did wonder whether the brushes are a preview of what’s to come and they perhaps have brushes coming very soon.
The brushes includes a rounded pencil brush, a fluffy blending brush and a flat smudging brush which work beautifully with the palettes. They look really sleek too with green handles, and dark rose gold ferrules. I really hope there are more brushes to come if these are anything to go by.
Each of the Pixi Eye Reflections Shadow Palettes are £24 each, they contain twelve eyeshadows weighing 1.37g each which is almost a full sized eyeshadow per pan. The palettes have the same layout as the Pixi It’s Judy Time Palette that they launched a couple of years ago, and I still use and love that palette so I’m delighted we have more palettes to play with. The three Pixi Eye Reflections Shadow Palettes have a quite simplistic design with clear lids, with no mirror but they’re nice and slim and don’t take up much room either. The back of the palette has the names for every shade as well as the ingredients.
The Natural Beauty Palette which is the first one I’ve swatched is very cool toned overall and definitely my favourite. I just love cool tones, and anything with taupes, greys and silvers always catches my eye. The metallics in the Natural Beauty have almost a foiled effect on the lids, and the mattes are impressive too.
The Reflex Light Palette is a more neutral toned neutral palette with nothing but shimmers, so it’s not the palette for you if you like to use a few mattes within your makeup look. The Natural Beauty has a really great mix of shimmers, mattes and satin finish shades. My favourite is without a doubt the Natural Beauty as it really does have the wow factor, and the quality is on par with my top end higher end palettes.
I’d love to know your thoughts on the Pixi Eye Reflections Shadow Palettes? Which one is your favourite?
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