The limited edition Pixi x Tinkerbell PixiGlow for Spring 2012 Collection finally arrived on my doorstep. Just as expected, the products are super cute! Keep reading for reviews and pictures the Fairy Face Palette and Fairy Dust.
Pixi PixiGlow Fairy Face Palette and PixiGlow Fairy Dust
With a Tinkerbell drawing by Disney character artist John Quinn imprinted on the cover, the Fairy Face Palette – Pixi Belle is no doubt one of the cutest I have ever seen! Inside the sturdy green compact is a big mirror and two trays that slide open to a bottom compartment.
On the left tray are 5 neutral eyeshadows with a duo-ended sponge eyeshadow applicator while the right sits 5 lip creams in pinks and reds and a duo-ended lip brush. In the middle compartment is a beautiful 3-colored blush for a rosy flush and a flat blush brush.
The shadows and blush are on the metallic side and apply smoothly with great pigmentation like most Pixi eyeshadows. The lip creams, however, require a bit of layering and feel a bit dry on my lips.
Top: Lip creams + Blush; Bottom: Eyeshadows + Blushes
As for the Fairy Dust – Moonlight Luster, it is a loose pigment that can be used on the skin, eyes or even lips. It comes in a little jar with an easy-to-use sponge applicator. The color is a beautiful white gold that reminds me of MAC Vanilla Pigment and I love how the smallest dab can brighten up the inner corners of my eyes and highlight my cheekbones instantly.
Pixi PixiGlow Fairy Dust – Moonlight Luster
Overall, this is a fun collection with fun, pretty colors that are also wearable. I am also eyeing the Magic Tink Tint and will post a review once I pick that up.
The PixGlow Collection is now available at target.com and will be in stores shortly. Prices range from $8 to $34.
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