I so wasn’t going to go anywhere near this stuff; I don’t follow the Kardashians in any way so their beauty products never felt terribly relevant (but I have seen Kim K up close and she has the most beautiful skin). However, when this little bundle arrived, I did like the look of it. My products are still branded Khroma which was the original name of their product line, but following legal proceedings, the range has been renamed Kardashian.
Swatched above are two lip products – nearest is Lip Plumping Shimmer Gloss (honey flavoured) (£11.95 HERE) absolutely full of fine glimmer and not chunky glitter bits. It comes with a very fat does foot applicator. The other swatch is a Kardashian Joy Stick in Modern Mauve (£10.95 HERE).
Finally, the nail polish above in a very pale, off-cream shade (£8.95 HERE).
So, my overall impression is that while I really like the nude spectrum shades and it seems to be a carefully edited collection that does actually reflect the make-up preferences of the Kardashians, it’s totally over-priced for the quality. That’s not to say it isn’t reasonable quality because it is, for a budget range it isn’t bad at all, but the prices aren’t very budget. The lip products are massively over-scented – I could not bear that sweet, fake-vanilla-honey perfume on my mouth for one second – but then, some people do love a really tasty lip product and if you’re one of those, then it will probably tick the box.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
All in all it’s probably pretty much for die-hard Kardashian fans, but at least postage is free 😉
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