I’m working my way through some of my very favourite brands today, finishing-up with the amazing Pixi and a couple of their Christmas offerings. I’m focusing this post on the Mini Endless Silky Eye Pen Quartette, but have a look at the last picture to see the Natural Contour Kit too. The Silky Eye Pens are one of my favourite Pixi products as they are every bit as lovely as they sound; buttery, pigmented and available in a fantastic range of colours, you need at least a couple of these in your collection, so I couldn’t have been more excited when I saw this beautiful little quartette.
The four shades you get are all easy and wearable colours that will slot into any make-up look. You get Black Noir, a deep and sooty black, Black Cocoa, a rich, blackened brown, Deep Plum, a purple/berry shade with hints of deep grey that’s my personal favourite of the four, and finally, the newest shade on the block, Slate Grey, which is pretty much as it sounds – a slate take on grey. These are mini form, but they’re very good sized and make for a fantastic intro to the product if you’re unfamiliar, or a great way of extending your collection if you fancy some more shades. These work as liners, kohl pencils and tight-liners, so they’re a versatile bunch and this set costs £16.50 which is such a bargain! Find it here – link.
As promised, here’s a quick look at the Natural Contour Kit too. Natural looks are what Pixi do better than most other brands, so any kind of kit they release can easily become a daily staple. The Natural Contour Kit is as it sounds – a kit of eight eye shadows and four face shades, all of which are designed to enhance, contour and define rather than add hits of colour. This would be a brilliant contour kit for anyone new to the concept of contouring, as Pixi formulas are light and easy to blend. The Natural Contour Kit is £22 here – link.
The Pixi liners are some of my favourite. Great quality & this set is very good value. I like the selection of colours, they’re all very wearable
They are phenomenal aren’t they? I’d say one of the very best you can get for texture and pigment.