I’m currently obsessed with Eva Green’s portrayal of Morgan le Fay in the new series Camelot. How do they make her eyes look that bewitchingly brilliant?
She has very minimal makeup on but they somehow smoked out her eyes to the point they dominate her face. I love this look!
Perhaps a little Pixi Smoky Eye Primer can do the trick?
The new Pixi Week of Wakeup Makeup Palette is making its way around the Beauty Blogsphere. I’m sure you’ve seen and heard about it a bit already eh?
When I originally saw it I thought it was some sort of massive palette but was pleasantly surprised it was quite small and travel friendly. It basically includes an entire week of makeup in one super easy to use palette so you’ll have a brand new, fresh look starting on Monday and following right through to Sunday.
I think they released the kit at such a great time as you might be preparing for a Spring Break holiday soon or even a Summer one and this gives you the essentials for several looks without heavy, bulky packaging.
Let’s take a look!
Pixi has a new Radiance Powder that I can squeal over this Spring. Remember the Pixi Lumi Luxe Bronzer Palette I loved so much last year?
This is a follow up palette in the same vein but not a bronzer, a highlighter!
Let’s take a peek!
If you’ve been burning and yearning for The Skin Food Salmon Dark Circle Concealer Cream but had no way to purchase it because it’s available in Korea, you might want to check out Pixi Correction Concentrate as it’s a pretty decent dupe of Skin Food’s version and you can get it at your local Target too!
Dark circles are the worst and many people suffer from them and seek out the best possible way to conceal them. Many makeup artists will tell you the best way to diffuse darker circles is by adding in peach or yellow concealer to correct the darkness.
This is what Pixi Corruption Concentrate is meant to do. Diffuse, erase, and brighten using a peach base.
Does it work?