I was really pleased to get a package of Kiko; it’s my first real experience of the brand, and so far, so good.
I absolutely love the Colour Explosion Multi-Tone Blush, £11.90 – the blending is really seamless and perfect.
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...
Swit swoo! This seems to be a great value palette at £16.90, with some very on trend shades for spring. You can use the shadows wet or dry.
These are very sleek – the shadows go on like a dream, although I think to be safe, because they are so creamy, I’d use a primer under it.
These shades are 30 (pink) and 32 (green).
What I love about this pencil is that you can use both shades on inner and outer rims. When I swatched, it was a bit on the hard side, but it is very cold, so I look forward to seeing if they’re a little smoother when the temperature is warmer.
I think this is very reasonable at £7.90 (but it does need the Kiko Sharpener, £3.20).
The Colours In The World spring collection is online from 25th February.
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