Pixi Succulent Lip Twin in Coral Camellia
This brand is higher quality than makeup you’d typically find at the drug store, but you can usually pick it up for a good price at Target.
Today, I’m trying the Pixi Succulent Lip Twin in Coral Camellia.
The twin comes with a solid color and a gloss.
The solid can be used on both your cheeks and your lips. The gloss is just for your lips.
Both look pretty pigmented and opaque, especially the gloss.
While I don’t have a picture, I tried the solid portion of the Succulent Lip Twin on my cheeks as well. It works as a really nice creamy, sheer cheek tint. I was very happy with the way it worked.
Compare this to the swatches above. The color didn’t come out nearly as vibrant and opaque as it did on my hand. Disappointing.
Also, the formula just sort of sat on top of my lips instead of soaking in.
A note: You may remember from yesterday that I didn’t like the scent of the Pixi Lumi Lux Radiance Powder. The Succulent Lip Twin has a similar problem. The lip gloss smells like a waxy crayon, much like how some lipsticks smell. I think Pixi needs to work on the scents of their products.
The Final Product
There are good and not-so-good things about the Pixi Succulent Lip Twin. While it does a good job with the solid stick in adding color to lips and cheeks, the lip gloss in the tube isn’t nearly as good. For these reasons, I give it a…
You can pick up the Pixi Succulent Lip Twin at Pixi’s website for $18 or wherever else Pixi is sold.