Pixi Eye Effects & Nuance Quartette Palettes

Pixi have launched two new face palettes and two eye palettes, designed to be multi-use palettes. I love the Pixi Eye Reflections Eyeshadow Palettes, so I was excited to give the Pixi Eye Effects & Nuance Quartette Palettes a try.

Pixi Eye Effects & Nuance Quartette Palettes

Pixi Eye Effects & Nuance Quartette Palettes

The Pixi Eye Effects & Nuance Quartette Palettes are packaged within mint green compacts, with mirrors inside the lid. They will come in boxes if you were to purchase them, but I was gifted them which is why mine don’t have any further packaging. The two eye palettes are £22, and the two face palettes are £16 each.

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The first of the Pixi Nuance Quartette Palettes is the Sugar Blossom Palette, and the second is Honey Nectar. Each of the two face palettes contain four face powders, with one blusher, one bronzer and two highlighters in both palettes.

The palettes feature creamy powders, which are formulated with ceramides, vitamin E and botanical extracts to hydrate the skin. They’re said to have a silky soft formula, for a smooth natural finish, as well as being highly pigmented and long-wearing.

 Sugar Blossom is the deeper palette from the two, and they’re both very pretty. I much prefer the face palettes than the eye palettes, as they’re so natural on the skin, leaving behind a pretty, radiant finish, with a buildable formula.

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The Pixi Eye Effects Palettes each contain nine powder eyeshadows in a mixture of finishes. The first Pixi Eye Effects Palette is the Rosette Ray Palette, and the second palette is the Hazelnut Haze Palette.

The eyeshadows aren’t as pigmented and impressive as those in the Pixi Eye Reflections Palettes, but if you prefer a more natural eyeshadow look, you’ll really like these palettes. I think Hazelnut Haze Palette is my favourite from the two, as the shadows are a little more pigmented, but all four palettes are available right now.

You can find the Pixi Eye Effects & Nuance Quartette Palettes right here.



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