While I’m not the biggest fan of the pale green packaging, the rest of it is adorable; and it does make it easy to find within my huge stash of palettes. Side note- does anyone else just keep on collecting palette after palette? I can’t seem to help myself.
This palettes contains six shades from light to dark in a range of silvers, bronzes and even a metallic blue. The whole thing screams cool beauty, and I love it. It’d be easy as we go into the festive season to go overboard with golds and glitters, but I love that this Pixi palette offers an alternative to that. This is easily a favourite for my daytime looks.
The pigmentation is fantastic, I probably can’t even do it justice in saying that. I’ve had this palette easily six months, and use it at least once a week; I’ve still yet to hit pan on any shade. You only need a small amount to really pack it on your brush. So while it’s a little more than a drug store palette (at £15 on the Pixi site) it’s easily worth it in my opinion.
Have you tried any of the Pixi range?
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