Pixi Beauty is all about the natural look and bringing out natural beauty with their products and this is echoed in their newest eye shadow palettes – the Eye Reflection Shadow Palettes. There are three variations to the palette and I was kindly sent the Natural Beauty and Reflex Light palettes to try* along with three beautiful eye shadow brushes*.
Eye Reflection Shadow Palettes
I have two of the three palettes available in the range – Natural Beauty and Reflex Light both of which compliment each other, I will explain why below. There is also Mixed Metals which I now have my eye on as it looks gorgeous! Each palette is £24 to buy.
Natural Beauty Palette
This has a mixture of matte and shimmer shades in very neutral cool toned colours of browns, bronze and creams. The mattes are pigmented, soft and really easy to blend. There is minimal fall out on application but a fair amount of kick back in the pan.
The top left cream matte makes a great transition shade, and the middle cool toned brown shade makes a perfect crease shade for any of the shimmers, as well as for the Reflex Light Palette. It would be a great everyday palette on it’s own, or it’s the perfect partner for the Reflex Light Palette. You can buy the Natural Beauty Palette here.*
Reflex Light Palette
The Reflex Light Palette is a palette of entirely shimmer shades and it’s a beautiful nix of golds, pinks and warmer shades of red, bronze and purple. Then shimmer shades are buttery soft and apply so nicely. They are pigmented but two applications are needed to really show the colours off. There is barely any fall out from application.
The baby pink shade second down on the left hand side has been my go to for a natural pink makeup look (teamed with the Pixi Matte Last Liquid in the shade Really Rose) and the gold top right is a proper yellow gold pop of colour. You can buy the Reflex Light Palette here.*
Eye Shadow Brushes
I received three gorgeous eyeshadow brushes to try out. The brushes have the lovely Pixi baby green soft matte handles which are really easy to hold. Each brush has densely packed brush hairs and are super soft to touch and use.
They blend shadows perfectly, very impressed with these! I’m not sure which ones I received as there were no labels/descriptions with the package but one looks like a very big fluffy blending brush, one looks like a precision brush for packing on shimmer and one looks like a shader brush. Each brush is between £12-14 to buy. You can get the eyeshadow brushes here.
Thank you so much to Pixi for this wonderful package! Have you tried any of these eyeshadow palettes yet?
*Items gifted with no obligation to share
*This post contains affiliate links. This does not affect your purchase or cost you anymore money.