For Pixi's Spring 2012 collection, they teamed up with Disney Artist John Quinn to create the whimsical Tinkerbell inspired PixiGlow.
The palette looks super pretty, but I managed to restrict myself to just getting the: PixiGlow Tinker Bell Magic Tink Tint Lip Gloss in Happy Thoughts Pink
I bought mine for £12 at asos.com with my purchase of Paul & Joe's Minou Blusher Stick.
Inspired by crushed berries, this lip tint pencil features a nourishing gel formula which adapts to the pH levels of the lips to create a personalised pink tint.
I personally adore colour adaptable products, I just don't know why but I always buy into the sales gimmick of lip tints that adapt to your own pH levels!
The packaging is beautiful, so much attention has been put into it.
The Lip Tint itself comes in the form of a chunky pencil with a twist bottom. The colour of the product is a pale pink.
The lip tint is reminiscent of Clinique's Chubby Stick -similar chubby pencil packaging and gel/balm like texture.
The tint feels super moisturising on the lips, and leaves a great glossy finish. The colour applies as subtle pale pink and gradually adapts to a soft pinky-rose on my lips.The resulting shade is still subtle enough for everyday wear and perfect for days when I'm looking a little tired and need a pick me up to brighten my face.