I know there have been a lot of posts about this collection and the recent event, hopefully you'll find this one a little different.
Sadly, I wasn't able to attend the event but I was lucky enough to receive a couple of the products, hence this post.
Pixi isn't a brand I'd ever really looked at I have to be honest, but when I saw this collection I just HAD to try it. I don't even love Tinkerbell, although she is particularly popular with my 5 year old, but somehow the packaging of these products just really called my name and I think its stunningly beautiful. Just look at these outer boxes.
First up the Fairy Face Palette in Pixi Bell (£32)
Here's a closer look at those eye shadows.
Then there's the blusher swatches, I've swatched the colours separately. (below left is another product).
The other product I was sent is the Magic Tink Tint (£10)
Swatched on my hand its a very sheer indeed pale pink. You've seen this pic before but now you know what that bottom stripe is :)
All the colours in this range are designed to suit and flatter everyone and I have to say that I love the way all the shades look on me and I've worn the face palette every single day. Anyway, here's how I wore it one day last week.
I honestly can't recommend this collection highly enough, in particular that palette. I am umming and ahhing about buying one to put away for Chloe as I think it would make a really lovely first make up kit for her when she is older. That doesn't mean it's childish though, it isn't. This is a truly beautiful product for all ages, which is the beauty of the products held within.
Available from Asos and of course http://www.pixibeauty.co.uk/. Speaking of which, I've been browsing the site and absolutely must have this Week of Wakeup Makeup Palette!
Does anything from this range take your fancy, I have to say its really opened up my eyes and now I really am interested in trying more Pixi stuff.
*Disclosure- PR Samples*