Review: PixiGlow Magic Tink Tint in Happy Thoughts

I bet you’ve all now seen the latest Pixi creation in collaboration with Disney that was inspired by Tinker Bell that goes by the name PixiGlow (if you haven’t, check it out here). Like I promised, I’m gonna start giving you reviews now for the individual products of the collection (it’s only 6 items, so I think that’s doable – I might combine the eyeshadow crayon and the loose eyeshadow reviews), I want to introduce you to the product that I thought I would end up liking the least and now it’s actually my favourite item of the collection!

Magic Tink Tint in Happy Thoughts

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Magic Tink Tint in Happy Thoughts Pink, £12
Think happy thoughts as this subtly blooming, super-nourishing gel crayon tints your lips, matching your pH levels. The ultra-moisturising lip balm glides effortlessly onto lips, reacting to your lips’ pH level to deliver a perfectly personalised pink tint – customized ethereal lip magic!

The Magic Tink Tint in Happy Thoughts Pink comes in a cute little cardboard box with lots of roses and leaves and of course Tinker Bell’s silhouette in pink and her “signature”.

The lip itself is a sweet soft pink, but it applies clear until it recognises your lips’ skin’s pH level and responds to that. If you were to swatch it on the back of your hand you can watch it change colour! It’s pretty damn cool, you know?!

In case you are wondering how to further dispense product – not that you will ever need much, because just a little bit of product goes a far way – it’s got a twisty end to it, so you can twist the product out like you would with an automatic pencil.

I at first wasn’t very sure on the Magic Tink Tint in Happy Thoughts Pink (*), because it just frankly speaking looks a bit dull (not the packaging, just it being a big crayon). I at first actually thought it was some sort of cheek tint or eyeshadow crayon, which I guess didn’t help my aversion. But I grabbed it and read what it was actually for and was amazed when I applied it – instant love! It’s not sticky, not greasy – just like a lip balm should be! With the added bonus of the perfect hue of pink! I love it!!

I might even go as far as saying it might be worth shelling out £12 for this cute little piece of beauty! It’s available online (Boots & as well as in all Pixi and Boots stores nationwide NOW!

Would you buy this? Have you ever tried products that naturally work with your skin’s temperature or pH levels to give you your perfect hue of pink?


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14 Comments on “Review: PixiGlow Magic Tink Tint in Happy Thoughts

    1. Miss drifted Snow Wh

      it's such a nice lip balm, with that special extra of changing colour. but it just feels incredibly nice as lip balm itself – i find myself reaching to that rather than to vaseline or carmex lip balms!thank you for your comment ♥

  1. faye

    It is lovely but I think it would look too subtle on my naturally dark lips. Looks great on you though and btw have fun in Germany :)

  2. Melissa

    I love the concept of this product and would love to get a hold of it, unfortunetly, I can’t find it on the websites provide. Did this product by chance go out?

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