I have great news, ladies! Pixi by Petra has opened their first-ever beauty boutique in the United States! This is HUGE news, because up to now, you could only find Pixi cosmetics at Target stores and Pixi's online boutique. The advantages to shopping the gorgeous LA-based boutique is having the opportunity to sample products and chat with make-up artists who can help answer any questions you may have.
For those of you who are not familiar with Pixi Beauty, it was founded in London by Petra Strand, a Swedish-born makeup artist with more than 20+ years of experience. This amazing line focuses on natural, botanical-based beauty products that are cruelty-free, come in smart packaging, and are affordably priced.
|Pixi by Petra, 1308 Abbott Kinney Blvd., Venice, CA 424-744 8879, www.pixibeauty.com|
Woot! Look what we have here!
Pixi Beauty was kind enough to send us a #pixipretties collaboration boxed gift set to sample and share with YOU, our readers! The size of the box is about 3' x 3' and the presentation is absolutely stunning! And here are the Pixi Pretties...
|ItsJudyTime, Aspynovard, Caroline Hirons and Maryam Maquillage|
Wow! The #pixipretties collection is not only stunning, but I have to admit that I was a little overwhelmed, too. Don't get me wrong, I couldn't wait to dive right in, but how was I going to sample everything and share it with you in post. (A good problem to have, right?). Well, my daughter (with very little prodding) was quick to come to my rescue and help with sampling. O'kay...it took no prodding at all. She had already opened and tried some of the palettes and the Strobe and Sculpt Brush, before I could even ask her.😉
Kristina is wearing "Ping" from It's Judy Time - Get The Look Eyeshadow Palette, Lower Lash Mascara and Brow Tamer
Kristina is wearing Keira Bear lip color from the It's Judy Time Get The Look Lip Palette, a combination of colors from the Strobe & Sculpt Highlight and Contour Palette
I'll be sharing my thoughts on Caroline's Double Cleanse and Maryam's Strobe and Bronze palette in a post to follow very soon.
The Pixi Beauty line of color cosmetics and skin care products ranges from $8 to $34. If you do not live near the LA boutique, you can find the limited line at Pixi Beauty and Target online. Target stores carry Pixi Beauty products as well, although I've heard some of the collaboration products are difficult to find in-store.
Have you tried Pixi Beauty products? If so, what did you think? Are you a Pixi Beauty fan? Share in the comments below!