If there’s one thing Pixi do exceptionally well, it’s influencer collaborations, as perfectly demonstrated in their recent Pixi Pretties collection, which a series of three collaborative creations with three beauty influencers. Each collaboration contains two key products and you’re probably going to want them all, so brace yourself…
The Pixi x Weylie Hoang collaboration is called the Dimensional Eye Creator and contains a six shade eye palette and a double-ended eyeliner. The palette is a really lovely edit of mostly warm neutrals that’ll allow for an array of gorgeous looks that can be smudged-out for daytime wear or vamped-up for night time, especially when you involve the double-ended liner, that contains a kohl at one end and an easy-to-use liquid eyeliner at the other. The duo come as a set for £22 here – link.
The Pixi x Dulce Candy collaboration is pretty, sugary, and a little sickly, but in the best possible way; it’ll appear to your love for girly, sparkly make-up in beautifully feminine shades. There are two palettes in the collection, the Dulce’s Lip Candy, which is pretty much as it sounds, containing nine sugar pink shades of cream pigment for eyes and lips – with colours ranging from muted nude pink to bright, fuchsia. The Cafe con Dulce palette contains nine, multi-use shimmer shades that can be used as highlighters on the face, or used as eyeshadows too. Each palette is £28 with Cafe con Dulce here – link – and Dulce’s Lip Candy here – link.
As you can see, they’re all beautiful collections, but I think my personal favourite has to be the Pixi x Chloe Morello edit, as it speaks to my love for practical colours alongside pops of pretty pink blusher. The Palette Chloette contains a fantastic collection of powders in a very handy single palette, so this is a great choice for travel. Alongside the trio of blushers, you get six shimmering shades of eyeshadow and a trio of deeper matte shades too, the latter of which can be used for the brows, making this a truly versatile palette. The other item in the set is the Lip Icing, which is actually my least favourite product in the collection as it doesn’t really do anything for me, although I can see it’s appeal – it provides a hint of 3D glimmer and can be used alone or on top of other lip colours. The Chloette is £28 here – link – and the Lip Icing is £16 here – link.