Pixi Beauty’s Holiday 2011 Lineup Covers All the Bases
It’s that time of year. All the beauty companies are coming out with their holiday makeup lines. Some products enter their permanent collections while others are limited edition just for a short amount of time. And then they’re gone.
Pixi has released their holiday makeup line, and it pulls out all the stops. Get items for every part of your makeup routine.
Check out these mini-reviews for the products in the Pixi holiday 2011 collection!
Pixi Ultimate Beauty Kit
The Ultimate Beauty Kit is a large palette consisting of 32 eye shadows, 16 lip hues and 8 blushes.
As usual, the consistency of the Pixi pressed eye shadows and blushes are silky smooth. Everything blends together perfectly. But if you’re taking this on a trip, bring your own set of travel makeup brushes. This kit doesn’t come with an eye shadow, blush or lip brush.
See it in action at my Subtle Look and Bangs FOTD.
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You can pick this up on Pixi’s website or at Target (starting in November) for $40.
Pixi Endless Silky Eye Taster Trio
This limited edition trio of Pixi eyeliners comes in three dark colors.
Just like the Pixi Endless Silky Eye Pen in Black Blue I tried previously, these eyeliners are super smooth and soft. You can get a deep, perfect line in just one swipe.
A downside to these is that they take a lot of effort to remove, even with a good makeup remover. You may have to scrub a little harder to get them off your lids.
See BlackCocoa in action at the recent Subtle Look and Bangs FOTD.
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You can pick this up, for a limited time, at the Pixi website or at Target stores (starting November) for $12.
Pixi Line Relax Serum
The Line Relax Serum promises instant de-puffing and relaxation of facial lines.
While I didn’t notice any de-puffing or relaxed lines (maybe since I don’t have many lines), this stuff still wasn’t useless. When I put it on right before the rest of my makeup, it’s smoothness acted as a great primer or pre-primer. Makeup went on much smoother and I looked fresh overall.
Still, it didn’t fully live up to its promises.
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You can pick this up at Pixi’s website or at Target for $32.
Pixi All Over Magic
The All Over Magic promises to add a silky sheen to your skin, anywhere on your body.
While I liked the shimmery sheen this gave to my skin, it would have been better if it was just a bit less chalky.
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You can pick this up at the Pixi Website or at Target for $24.
Pixi Wakeup Concealer
The Wakeup Concealer has a built-in brush to make application super easy.
The formula was a few shades lighter than my skin, which is what you want in an under-eye concealer. Although it comes with its own brush, it worked best for me when I dabbed it on with the brush and then used my own wider concealer brush to blend it in.
My darkish circles looked instantly lighter and better. And I looked more awake!
I don’t normally wear concealer, but I know I’ll use it more now that I have this product.
See it in action in the recent Autumn Leaves Makeup Tutorial.
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You can pick this up on the Pixi Website or at Target for $18.
What are you looking forward to in this holiday season’s makeup collections?