Pixi Beauty Nail Polish (Fall 2013 Shades) - Photos and Swatches | Aquaheart

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October 24, 2013

Pixi Beauty Nail Polish (Fall 2013 Shades) - Photos and Swatches

I'm excited to share these new shades that are now apart of the Pixi nail polish collection. There are three new shades for Fall: Charcoal Celebration, Deepest Dahlia, and Precious Pewter. The formula with Pixi polishes are very opaque and last weeks when I wear them. They are amazing quality and I usually will buy them at my local Target. See more photos and swatches below!



Charcoal Celebration - A deep charcoal shimmer
Deepest Dahlia - Intense deep burgundy-plum
Precious Pewter - Grey with silver-gold micro glimmer
Each swatch was done with 2 coats. Let me know which Pixi Fall nail polish is your favorite!

Pixi Beauty Nail Polish retails for $8 and can be found online at pixibeauty.com, target.com, or in Target stores nationwide.

♥ Stephanie

Products mentioned were sent by company PR for review consideration. All opinions are honest and my own.
8 comments on "Pixi Beauty Nail Polish (Fall 2013 Shades) - Photos and Swatches"
  1. Charcoal Celebration is lovely

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  2. I never heard of this box. It does seem pricey but the products are pretty nice! The brush has my attention....lol

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  3. This actually looks like an amazing box!

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  4. For $35 you certainly get your money's worth out of this box. This is easily more than $35 retail. For me, it isn't a good deal but it is a bargain for what you get. It seems that everything is practical and stuff you use all the time anyway. I'd rather shop in a real store and know what I am getting for my money, but this is a fun idea and exciting like Christmas to see what surprises are inside!

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  5. I'm telling you that brush is so great!! Lol :D

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  6. Now I'm craving a rice crispy treat....can't wait to get mine! I am excited for a new wet brush..mine is a hot mess now! LOL

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