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It is time for another brand review! This month will feature Pixi Beauty! If you aren’t familiar with Pixi, it is a brand that straddles the line between drugstore and high-end. Available on their website, Target, and a few other choice retailers, they offer a good range of skincare and makeup options. I’ve been lucky enough to try a lot of the products they sell, thanks mostly to the wonderful packages Pixi has sent me in the last year.
Pixi Beauty started with just a few products and has expanded exponentially. For this post, I am not going to cover every single product they offer. Instead, I am going to highlight my top picks from the brand.
I remember when everyone and their mother first started talking about Glow Tonic. This staple product is great for exfoliating the skin, leaving behind smoother, brighter, and clearer skin.
Who would like this product? This product is suited for all skin types. Those with sensitive skin may want to limit the use of the product to 2-3 times per week. Those with super sensitive skin may want to skip this tonic.
As someone that has somewhat sensitive skin, I was so excited when they released a rose tonic. Rose, elderflower, and chamomile work together to soothe, soften, and brighten the skin.
Should you buy it? This product is suitable for all skin types, especially sensitive skin.
This was another Pixi Beauty release that I couldn’t wait to get my hands on. I remember reading about the mists on a blog and then going to Target and buying all of them. I really do enjoy the mists, but if I had to pick one it would be the Milky Mist. This mist feels nice and hydrating but it doesn’t leave the skin feeling heavy or oily. That’s a win in my book.
Who is this suited for? This is another product that I would recommend for any skin type.
The pHenomenal Gel is my latest addition to my Pixi Beauty collection. This moisturizer has a lightweight gel-cream formula. It uses cucumber, horse chestnut, and witch hazel to make the skin smooth and calm.
Who would love this gel? This gel can be used by all skin types but is better suited for sensitive, combination, or oily skin. Those will dry skin may not get enough hydration from this product.
If you have issues with texture or get patches of dry skin during the winter, you need to pick up this product. It uses lactic acid and fruit enzymes to leave your skin soft, smooth, and glowing.
I professed my love for this mascara back when I wrote about the best drugstore mascaras. The super tiny wand helps to make sure you get each of your lower lashes without having to worry about clumping or smudging.
Should you pick some up? This is really a must have product for any mascara lover.
As someone that has small eyes, I try to do anything to make them bigger. That means saying no to lining my eyes with dark colors. To brighten my eyes, look more awake, and make my eyes look bigger, I use neutrals. I first picked up the Crayon Combo in Wide Awake but found the pencil formula was a bit hard to apply. Picking up the Eye Bright Liner/Extra Eye Bright Liner was a game changer. The texture of the product made it much easier to apply.
Who is this product for? This liner is great for anyone that loves a more natural eye look or for people that want to make their eyes look bigger.
Since I have small eyes, I don’t personally use liner very often. That being said, I do always like to have a couple of options on hand for when I go on a wild streak. Instead of paying high-end prices for Urban Decay or Marc Jacobs for a product I rarely use, I stick to this affordable option.
Who would love this? Anyone that is on a budget and doesn’t need a ton of color options. This range has a wide variety of colors from more natural colors to a few different fun colors, but the shade range is more limited than the previously mentioned high-end options.
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If you want to stay up to date on all things Pixi, check out their Instagram. They share tons of pretty shelfies, regrams, and info on their latest releases.