Just recently, I had a great opportunity to sample some beauty products from Pink Fizz and today, I am pleased to share with you my thoughts.
Pink Fizz was first established in 2011 when DLL Design started a design studio and brand innovation factory. DLL Design specializes in creating character brands that begin with as fashion clothing lines and evolve into a full lifestyle brand.
Currently, They offer brands like The Public Zoo, Zoodorable, Luckie London and now Pink Fizz.
Pink Fizz offers clothing and cosmetics for youth. I will admit, for cosmetics products made for girls they are very similar of quality that I would use on my own nails or face.
The Little Bow Chic Collection is a combination of shimmery nail polishes, lip gloss and eyeshadow palettes. With four different color polishes, accent eye and lip cosmetics, this is a perfect set for your girl to try. I know with my daughter she is very curious and watches me while I place on my makeup or skincare products. There has been times, here and there that I would actually put a little eye shadow on her and she loved it. I know most parents don’t allow it but I don’t mind letting her using it during her time in the house or while she is playing dress up.
What I liked about this set was how it came with a little bit of everything for her to sample. The shades and colors were not overwhelming and they flattered her completion.
The Sweet Pink Sugar Collection comes with all the necessaries you need to give your daughter her first manicure or pedicure. You receive 2 toe separators, nail file and 5 gorgeous pink and purple nail polishes. In this reusable tote, these pink polishes scream “girl” colors. If you like different shades of pink then this collection is for you. One of things that my daughter loves doing is painting her nails. It’s actually something that I love doing with her. Of course painting your nails comes with trial and error specially with a young girl but hey I don’t mind sharing her my secrets.
One of the reasons why I really like this set is how all polishes were not watered down like most childrens sets are. They actually reminded me of a few that I already own and the consistency was just perfect. I’ve used many children’s polishes on my daughters nails in the past and I always needed to place 3 or more coats of the color to be bright enough for us to see it.
Overall, if your looking for great starter sets on beauty products such as these then I would recommend looking into Pink Fizz.
For more information about Pink Fizz and where to purchase visit their website.
Many of their brands such as Pink Fizz can be found at Target, Walmart, Toys R US and Macy’s.
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