The Kiko Daring Game posts could easily run to a part 3 – there are so many different products in the range, so I’m picking out what I think is the very best of the collection. Starting with the Mystery Smoky Eye Pencils:
These pencils are quite different, packaging wise with very long slender gold lids that covers most of the actual pencil – there’s a brush at the end for smoking up and smudging. There are six shades, and I have three here.
Of all make up, I like eye pencils best – so transformative and mood-matching. As eye pencils go, the Kiko Mystery Smoky Eye Pencils are packed with pigment and have a slight shimmer to them for a metallic effect. I’d wear all these shades. From bottom to top: No.2, No.13 and No.4. Bearing in mind there are only six of these, I’m wondering how they got to 13! They’re £6.90 each.
Still sticking with the casino theme, there are six shades of Ace of Diamond Lipstick.
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...
I have two to swatch – bottom is N0.25 and top is No.27. Lots of pigment in them, but I haven’t tested for last. The finish is demi-matte – so a very slight sheen to it and the formula doesn’t seem (so far) to have sucked every last drop of moisture out of my lips. These are £7.90 each which is pretty reasonable bearing in mind that £20+++ isn’t unusual for a lipstick. In fact, they’re pretty good value if you count in the packaging as well.
So, that’s it for my round up – there are nail polishes, lip pencils and pencil shadows too. This is Kiko’s best ever collection, I think – it’s easily out-packaging and out-performing a lot of premium brands this time around. The Kiko Daring Game Collection has already launched HERE.
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