Pixi Natural Beauty Eyeshadow Review
My first-ever PR from Pixi? Well, don’t we all love the brand! A few months ago, Pixi sent me their new eyeshadow palettes in the shades Natural Beauty and Reflex Light. I fell in love with the mauves and taupe shadows (the gorgeous shades my eyeshadow collection was missing) of Natural Beauty palette when I first saw them. So here I am with a detailed review of the palette.
Price: USD 24 for 16.5g (12 shadows)
Availability: You can buy it from their website.
My Thoughts on Pixi Natural Beauty Eyeshadow Palette
As I said, it was a bit love-at-first-sight situation and the palette didn’t disappoint! This palette will definitely be the one that I end up using the most because of its neutral, wearable colour scheme.
The Natural Beauty Eyeshadow comes in a classic-pixi colour of pastel mint green. It looks serene! The top lid is transparent plastic with “pixi by petra” written over it. The name of the shadows is mentioned at the back. While the palette does look absolutely gorgeous, it has to be handled with utmost care. It doesn’t look like it could bear even a minor accident.
The Natural beauty palette is a mix of matte, glitter and metallic shades. All the shades in the palette are very soft and creamy, including the mattes and glitter. However, the matte shadows have a lot of fallout but they’re not chalky and mostly easy to blend. I believe the fallout situation is with almost every drugstore eyeshadow palettes but my Colourpop Yes Please palette’s matte shades have very less of that.
Natural Beauty Eyeshadow Shades
There are a total of 12 shades in this palette with a combination of mattes, glitter and metallics. I don’t wear a lot of eyeshadow but these shades
Sheer Sand – Light beige shade with a semi-matte finish
Metal Mauve – Very creamy and soft warm beige with glitters
Petal – Champagne with a metallic finish
Antique Rose – Warm peach with a metallic finish
Rose Clay – Cool-toned brown with a matte finish. Has quite some fallout but works beautifully as a transition and crease shade.
Metallic Rose – Warm pink with a metallic finish
Deep Taupe – Deep cool-toned brown with a matte finish. Works as a good crease shade and all over the lids for a smokey eye look.
Foiled Bronze – Warm copper with a metallic finish
Soft Brown – Light brown with a matte finish
Chocolate Brown – Dark brown with a matte finish. Gives kick back and is slightly patchy but blends fine.
Cocoa Shimmer – Dark taupe-y brown with a sheen.
Bronze Gleam – Dark brown with a frosty finish
Application & Staying Power
Except for one or two shades that were slightly patchy, rest of the shadows blended beautifully. All the colours showed up very well on my tanned skin. The metallic and glitter shades work the best with fingers and damp brushes. I have worn these shadows for 6-7 hours straight without any fading or cracking. The glitter shade did try to go everywhere but that’s how glitters are!
These are the two eye looks I created with this versatile palette.
Do I Recommend Buying The Pixi Natural Beauty Palette?
I’m a frugal beauty lover so I know the value of money as well as the feeling of buying everything pretty. The combination is not the best! So, if you’re someone who doesn’t have similar taupe, mauve eyeshadows in your collection, the Pixi Natural Beauty palette is an amazing choice. It has really beautiful colours that you can actually use in real life. However, if you have these colours in decent quality, you can skip this palette.
Not just with this palette, but whatever new product that you want to buy should be NEW, should be something you already don’t own. The exception being you’re filthy rich!
Why You Should Buy Pixi Natural Beauty Eyeshadow Palette?
- Gorgeous Taupe and Mauve shades
- Creamy shadows
- Good pigmentation
Why You Should Avoid Pixi Natural Beauty Eyeshadow Palette?
- Matte shadows have a lot of fallout
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