There's a new color of Pixi Endless Silky Eye Pen-- Iridescent Iris, which I'll review as soon as I get to play with it, but here are the promised swatches of the entire Silky Eye Pen range, including the discontinued True Teal. I've already reviewed two of these colors in detail: Emerald Glow and Cafe Gold, and also mentioned Black Noir in my favorite black pencils post. Pixi Beauty certainly did a wonderful job creating these pencils, which see a lot of use here (and please don't make me choose between them and Urban Decay because I can't).
I couldn't find Sage Gold when I took the first pictures (for some reason the pencil was hiding in my concealer drawer), so you'll notice it appears in some of them and not in others. The names are pretty self explanatory, so I have little to add there. One comment , though, about Oyster Glow, the metallic champagne color: I bought it thinking it would be great for the lower lash line or even for brightening the waterline. It's not. The color is certainly bright. Too bright for me, actually. The metallic finish makes it look weird on my waterline and the color itself creates too much of a contrast around the lower lashes. If you have a paler and/or cooler skin tone Oyster Glow may work for you, but I can only use it as an accent color on the upper lid and not as an eyeliner. The texture of Oyster Glow is somehow denser than the other Pixi Endless Silky Eye Pen and it lasts even longer (of course it does. I had a terrible time trying to get it off my waterline before leaving the house). Go figure.
Pixi Endless Silky Eye Pen ($15 each, but you can use discount code Pixishare for a 20% off on their website, pixibeauty.com) can be found at Target and on the company's website. Some of the pencils were sent by PR, others purchased by me.