A couple of weeks ago, I posted a sneak peek of products I picked up from a recent trip to Kiko (click here to see the post). As part of the ‘Metal Fusion’ collection, there are powder highlighters which are also available in the permanent Kiko range. I already have the Glow Fusion Powder Highlighter in 01 Champagne, which was included in the ‘Metal Fusion’ collection. This highlighter gives such a beautiful, natural glow to the face that I think it is well worth a post!
A couple of weeks ago, I posted a sneak peek of products I picked up from a recent trip to Kiko (click here to see the post). I picked up one of the new blushers from the limited edition ‘Metal Fusion’ collection in the shade 05 Outrageous Tangerine. I am glad I got this blusher as it looks so beautiful and glowy on the cheeks!
Earlier this week, I posted a sneak peek of products I picked up from a recent trip to Kiko (click here to see the post). I picked up one of the eyeshadow palettes – 02 Feisty Saffron – which is part of Kiko’s limited edition ‘Green Me’ collection. I thought it would be fun to do a more in-depth post on this eyeshadow palette, particularly since I think it is a great smaller and cheaper alternative to Urban Decay’s Naked Heat Palette and Tarte’s Toasted Palette.
Left to Right: Neutral Eye Base; VolumActive Plus Eyes Mascara; 05 Outrageous Tangerine Metallic Blush (Metal Fusion Collection); 02 Feisty Saffron Eyeshadow Palette (Green Me Collection)
I recently popped into the Kiko Milano store as it has been a while since I have been in there. It was so much browsing and looking at the new limited edition collections, as well as their permanent make-up range. I ended up picking up four products: two from their new limited edition collections and two from their regular make-up line.
I’m going to put up posts on each of these products over the coming weeks, so check back for updates! Click here to read about 02 Feisty Saffron Eyeshadow Palette from the new limited edition ‘Green Me’ collection.
Interested in reading more about Kiko products? Click here to see my other posts on Kiko make-up (you can also find Kiko posts by going into Favs, Hauls & Brands/Brands/Kiko on the menu bar).
In January, I was doing some intensive lecturing work and as part of that, I wanted my make-up to last well across the day. I found some products within my existing make-up collection – and some new products – to be extremely long wearing. Some of them also enabled me to skip parts of my usual make-up routine. I thought it would be fun to put together a post on these products. I might also try and do some more detailed posts on each product as well so let me know if that is something you would like to see!
Looking for make-up for different types of occasions (e.g. long-lasting make-up, holiday make-up, five minute make-up)? Click here to see existing and upcoming posts in this area(you can also find the posts under the ‘All About Make-Up Guide’ tab on the menu bar).
Kiko recently launched their Holiday 2017 Collection, titled ‘Arctic Holiday’ and includes three baked blushes. I couldn’t resist picking up two of the blushes as they were soooo pretty. The products themselves, the packaging and the outer box are so beautifully presented and look lovely. I think these blushes would make wonderful gifts for any make-up lover or as a special treat for yourself.
Around Autumn last year, Kiko launched their new range of lip glosses: the Hydra Lip Gloss, touted as a ‘softening lipgloss for shiny, plumped lips’. I purchased shade 26 Sparkling Hibiscus Pink to try when they came out and love the glossiness, pigment and non-sticky nature of the formula. I recently purchased shade 16 Iridescent Ruby and love it just as much (let me know if you would like to see a post on this shade too). It’s been a while since I have written a Kiko post so I thought it was time to put a post together on this fabulous product!
Interested in reading more posts on Kiko make-up? Click here to read about other products I have tried out and love from the brand.
Adding a sweep of coloured eyeliner to an otherwise neutral eyeshadow look is a nice way to introduce colour to your make-up. This technique is particularly nice if you fancy trying out colour but find it a little daunting.
Tip: Sticking to neutral tones of eyeshadow also means you can experiment with different colours of liner. Try purple, blue, bronze and silver for a twist on the same look.
Click here to read more about the Kiko Lasting Precision Automatic Eyeliner I used in this look.
I’m a huge fan of the Kiko Water eyeshadows and so I couldn’t resist picking up another one when they had a sale in store. I just love the shimmery, candy pink hue of this particular Water eyeshadow. I mixed it up a little by applying purple in the crease and and a silver liquid liner along the upper lashline.
Click here to read more about the Water eyeshadows and see swatches of the other shades that I have (210, 212, 219 and 221).
Here are some exciting details on upcoming collections and products which I have come across this week:
Kat Von D make-up is now available in the UK and Ireland! The brand is available exclusively from Debenhams online. You can see the products here.
QVC UK is now stocking Essie nail polish. I am a huge fan of Essie nail polishes and so I was super excited to hear that QVC is now stocking the brand. QVC often has incredible offers and exclusive shades and so I am looking forward to see what products they release. You can view the Essie QVC UK pages here.
If you were a fan of the highly coveted Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette, then you might be excited to hear that the brand are planning to release a number of other Sweet Peach products. Products mentioned on the Too Faced Instagram pages include: the Mini Sweet Peach Palette (sneak peek here), the Sweet Peach Glow Palette (sneak peek here) and the Papa Don’t Peach Blush Palette (sneak peak here). Too Faced has also announced that they will be re-releasing the Sweet Peach Palette again in November (see more here). Exciting!!!!
If you are on the lookout for a new mascara, all Kiko mascaras are currently reduced to £3.90. That’s right, £3.90! I’m not sure how long the offer will last, so it’s worth having a look if you have always fancied trying Kiko mascaras. The offer is available in store and online. You can view Kiko mascaras here.