The new Kiko Make Up Milano Bad Girl? Collection (yes, it’s supposed to have the question mark) takes the guess work out of picking out eye colours as each palette is indicated for different eye colours. I have two to show you; Coral Burgundy above, for brown and green eyes and Jungle Green Variations for light and dark brown eyes. I would wear both in a heart-beat. But if your eyes are blue or very dark brown, there’s a grey/blue palette called Grey Night Blue, and the Unexpected Rosy Taupe palette that suits any colour eyes.
At £13.50 each, they’re brilliant value because pay-off is amazing and the textures are soft and almost creamy.
My kitchen, where I take my pictures is like a fridge so they’re a little bit goosebumpy – sorry about that! But you can see the depths of colour – they’ve come out quite brown in the photo, when I’d say they definitely have pink tones to them. I’ve taken some pics on my phone as well in different lights – this colour-way has been really hard to capture accurately.
Next up is the Jungle Green Variations palette, indicated for light and dark brown eyes.
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...
Again, pay-off is exceptional.
These shades were much easier to capture and you can see there are plenty of golden tones. I just think they’re great value and doing a better job in terms of pigment than many far more premium brands. The Bad Girl? Limited Edition collection is available HERE.
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