|No.3 BlackTulip, No.4 BlackCocoa, No.9 OysterGlow|
So after hearing loads about these eyeliners I finally got to try them out and see what they are all about! Firstly, Pixi is a brand that I have read a lot about but haven't actually owned anything from them before. I love their whole brand image and their packaging. I decided to go into the Pixi shop on Carnaby Street in London and do some digging about the brand. As I walked into the boutique like shop the ladies who work there were having a lovely little chatter and quickly I was involved in their conversation. They walked me round the shop and explained every product to me and overall I was impressed. They were such lovely girls who gave me the attention that every shopper should get.
Moving swiftly on to the eyeliners. To start with the only bad thing I have to say is I did ask for a black and instead I got 'Black Tulip' a extremely dark purple. Not the end of the world.
The eyeliners themselves are so creamy and soft. You have about 5 seconds to work with them, blend, smudge, whatever floats your boat, until they set completely and they will not budge all day. I wear brown eyeliner the majority of the time and No 4. Black Cocoa has been my favourite. You won't look in the mirror at about 5 o'clock and see that your eyeliner is half way down your face. This product stays.
The other colour I was really excited about was No 9. OysterGlow. This is a champagne liner that I thought would be perfect for your tear duct area. However saying that I have found my favourite use for this liner is to actually smudge it all over my eye to act as a base before I put shadow on. Works a dream.
These eyeliners are affordable at only £9.50 and in my opinion beat MAC eyeliners hands down.
Overall i love this eyeliners, the only negative I have to say (other than getting the wrong colour) is because of the creamy texture I seem to be getting threw my brown one rather quickly.
You can pick Pixi up from Boots or they have a shop on Carnaby Street.
Endless Silky Eye Pens (link) : £9.50
I was so intrigued by Pixi, what other products should I try?!