Everyone raves about the Pixi skincare, but their makeup is often overlooked. I think I might actually prefer their makeup compared to their skincare, so I’m always happy to try new Pixi makeup products. Pixi kindly gifted me their Pixi Summer Glow makeup picks, and I couldn’t wait to give everything a try.
Pixi Summer Glow Makeup Picks
Pixi’s makeup products are all about enhancing what you naturally have. None of their products are revolutionary in terms of shades or finishes, but they’re consistent in quality and I have loved almost everything I’ve tried.
Their Fairy Light Liquid Glitter Eyeshadows are one of the best liquid glitter shadows I’ve tried, and their Eyeliners are just as good as the Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Eyeliners. If you’d like to see the products within the Pixi Summer Glow Makeup Picks, keep on reading..
Pixi Summer Glow Palette £18
The Pixi Summer Glow Palette is a nine pan face palette, with a combined weight of 24.3g which is a large amount of product for only £18. The packaging is quite simple, with a clear plastic lid and nine rectangular pans.
I have tried other Pixi face palettes before, and the quality has always been really great, but they don’t tend to cater for the fairer skintones, but this palette looks perfect for those with light to medium skintones.
Inside this palette there are three highlighters, and six bronzers. It is marketed as being a multi-use palette, so you could obviously use the shades on the eyes, or blend them together for a custom shade.
The powders are beautiful quality, and they blend seamlessly onto the skin. Unfortunately the bronzer shades are all quite dark apart from BareGlow on the bottom row, but I think £18 is such a great price for nine large face powders of such nice quality, and it’s such a versatile palette too.
Pixi LipLift Max £12
The next product within the Pixi Summer Glow makeup picks is the Pixi LipLift Max in the shade Sweet Nectar. I already own one of the LipLift Max Lip Glosses in the shade Petal Ice which is a barely there subtle pink. Sweet Nectar is a gorgeous coral with golden shimmer, and it couldn’t be more perfect for summer.
If you’ve never tried the LipLift Max formula, it’s essentially a lip plumping lip gloss that has a tingling sensation but it’s not an uncomfortable my lips are burning kind of feeling like the Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Pucker Glosses. They have a minty scent and feel quite refreshing on the lips, and this shade reminds me of the lip gloss version of MAC Ravishing, which is one of my favourite summer lipstick shades.
Pixi Large Lash Mascara £14
I’ve never tried the Pixi Large Lash Mascara before, but I’ve tried Lower Lash Mascara and the Black Lacquer Lash Primer and I liked them both. This mascara is described as having a specialised, buildable formula with an oversized brush that delivers extreme volume and intense colour in one sweep. I like that the mascara has a big, natural bristled wand and has a smudge-proof and waterproof formula. It’s a great volumising mascara and doesn’t clump or weigh down my lashes.
Pixi Endless Shade Stick £12
The last of the Pixi Summer Glow makeup picks are two shades of the Pixi Endless Shade Sticks. I already own one shade in One & Done, and they’re super creamy eyeshadow crayons. These two shades are MatteCocoa which is a matte, intense dark brown and also Copper Glaze. The dark brown is nice blended along the lashline for a smoky, smudged out look and the copper shade is a pretty, shimmery all over the lid shade.
They have a very soft formula, which doesn’t like the heat and Copper Glaze snapped mid swatch, so I’ll perhaps keep them for when the temperatures drop a little, as it’s super hot in the UK right now. If you like a pretty, cream eyeshadow stick, these are so lovely and quick to use. You just ‘draw’ all over your lids, and blend the edges with a brush or your fingertip.
You can find all of the Pixi summer glow makeup picks right here.
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