June 9, 2016

Pixi Lash Nourish Makeup Remover Pads Are Small In Size But Big on Removal!

This was provided to me by a brand for review and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post but all opinions are my own.

Pixi Lash Nourish Makeup Remover Pads

Pixi Lash Nourish Makeup Remover Pads ($10) launched with the Pixi Summer 2016 Collection and yet another fine addition to Pixi’s Skincare Collection. I’m always looking for budget friendly eye makeup removers. I adore Lancome Bi-Facil as much as the next girl but I hate paying $30 bucks for it. I know, I’ll spend $50 on lipstick but I carry on kicking and screaming about paying higher than $15 for eye makeup remover.

I have no idea where that mentality comes from.

But anyway, Pixi Lash Nourish Makeup Remover Pads are a mere $10 bucks and include 80 pads. Slight problem though, they are kind of small.

Pixi Lash Nourish Makeup Remover Pads contain a rather fantastic array of moisturizing incidents such as olive oil, glycerin, and argan oil. I was pleasantly surprised at how lovely they felt removing my eye makeup. I have terribly dry eyes and I felt like these added a little hydration under my eyes after I removed my eye makeup! That’s always a plus right?

These aren’t terribly saturated but they remove makeup very well including waterproof mascara. I didn’t have to tug or put a ton of pressure on my eye during the process and it was easy enough to whisk away eye makeup and mascara with absolutely no drama. I’d say this got about 95% of my eye makeup off without a problem.

Well, wait, one problem!

I had to use about three pads per an eye. They got the size terribly wrong in my opinion. These are pretty darn small! I put a quarter next to one of the pad just so you can get an idea of the size. They really are big on removal but the size is a bit of a problem. You do get a good deal of pads for $10 bucks but you might run through them a lot slower if they were a big larger in size. I’d actually consider less for the same price if the pads were bigger.

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Aside from the size, I thought Pixi Lash Nourish Makeup Remover Pads were quite a nice pick. I typically don’t trust eye makeup remover pads and prefer liquids for removal but these worked a treat and would make an excellent travel companion!

Available now at pixi.com or get them at Target and Target.com.

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This was provided to me by a brand for review and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post but all opinions are my own.

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  • Dee

    I’ll have to check these out. I recently started using eye makeup remover pads by Simple Skincare and they seemed reasonably priced for the amount of pads and good for travel. But they didn’t have the ingredients these do! Small though.

    • Isabella Muse

      I tried the simple ones too dee but sadly, they didn’t do well on all my eye makeup!

  • katie reynolds

    I have had good luck with the Target brand liquid eye makeup remover.

    • Isabella Muse

      I never tried it katie, will have to get some thanks for the rec!

  • Christina D.

    Totally agree!!! $96 for By Terry (which sucked *ss) or $80 for Viseart palettes? No problem! More than $6.99 for eye makeup remover? No way!

    But at least we are crazy together, Sista Muse.

    • Isabella Muse

      LOL! What the hell? Where does that kind of logical come from? I seriously cringe when I buy Lancome makeup remover lol!

  • Christina D.

    At least you’ve caved and bought the Lancome makeup remover! I hoard the samples I get since it is the best I’ve used thus far, but I refuse to pay the price for it. Yes, I’d rather spend it on another eyeshadow palette so I buy the Almay Longwear and Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover IF I can get it on sale.

    • Isabella Muse

      lol 😀 I hoard the samples too but when they have a good GWP I tend to indulge in the full size and grab up the GWP in the process 😀

      • Kimmwc03

        Looks like these are a pass for me.

        I hoard the Bi-Facil samples too but one time I bought the full-size and did not like it as much. The full-size has a little hole in the top for the liquid whereas the freebies have the larger opening which is easier to work with.

  • pamela

    Whoaaa I can’t do make up removing with that thin tiny pads xD I have a big face and would probably need 4 pads for both eyes, LOL.

    • Isabella Muse

      haha likewise! they aren’t actually for face though only eyes but still too small!

  • Claire L

    I use Halo or Quickies eye wipes which are cheap as chips here in the UK, lol. When I’m taking a whole lot of makeup off, I use Pixi Makeup Melting Wipes and they’ve done okay with even waterproof mascara .