Congratulations to our winners, and thank you to all the wonderful UK-based brands that participated!
Sarah B., Sharon W., Kim A., Debbie D., Jay S., Julie H., Hannah P. – Revitalash Eyelash Conditioner
Helena J. –[ A’Kin] Lavender Mist and Cellular Radiance Serum
Lisa P. – Pixi Lip Booster and Gel liner
KJ M. – Molton Brown rose granati fine liquid hand wash and rose granati fine liquid hand lotion
Angela M. – Promakeupshop.com All of A Flutter Perfect Lash Kit
Mary M. – Karin Herzog Tone & Tan
Nicky R. – Linziclip hair clips Spring/Summer 2010
Sue S. – Suqqu Gankin Treatment
Meet the Pixie Behind Pixi
A makeup artist for over two decades, Petra Strand has held true to the belief that makeup should make a woman look like herself, only more gorgeous. Based on this philosophy she created Pixi 10 years ago along with her two sisters. From her London boutique to the shelves of Target, shoppers can experience a palette she designed to be multipurpose and fuss-free as well as to offer skincare benefits. Pixi’s delightfully light, soft colors are a budget friendly solution for women who crave variety but are consious of their spending habits. The products in the collection range from $12 to $35. Sweet savings!
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Photo Credits: Molton Brown, Pixi, Linziclip, Revitalash, [A’kin]
From next month (Monday Feb. 1, to be precise), Beauty in the Bag is launching 5 straight days of giveaways exclusively for its UK fans. We’re sharing the love across the pond!
There are some great prizes up for grabs from lotions and potions to treatments and pro kits, all hand-selected by the Beauty in the Bag team, including;
A SUQQU Gankin massage, the famously firm Japanese facial massage to contour and recondition the skin, worth £30 at Selfridges London. Or if you are gearing-up to a winter-sun bikini holiday, you can win a beach body in a tube with Karin Herzog Swiss Skincare’s Tone & Tan worth £37
PIXI MUST HAVE KIT – This kit is pretty good, but I wouldn’t call it a ‘must have.’ It comes in a small leather traveling case, complete with five brushes and a compact with blush, two eye shadows, and two lip colors. The compact itself is super skinny, which is good for on-the-go touch ups or for throwing in my backpack on days when I oversleep (which happens quite often actually…). But for $39, and such a small amount of make-up, I’d say the small travel-size isn’t really worth the moolah.
FINAL VERDICT – It falls between GGI (GOTTA GET IT) and ICW (IT CAN WAIT)- Cute, but it doesn’t have enough make-up to make the kit a true ‘must have’, at least not for me. If you aren’t watching your pennies, then you may love it.