The undoubted star of the RMK Spring 2016 show is the Circus Palette, above. It’s more than just a pretty thing though, with colour correcting powders – if you imagine a colour correcting wheel, only more beautifully done, you can see that it’s actually quite a diverse and useful product. Personally, powders are the worst thing I can for my skin but I’d have a very difficult time disturbing this anyway! It’s £35.
When it comes to nails, there are five limited edition shades (if you thought you’d seen the back of the yellow nail trend, think again!) of which I have two here – a forest green and a sweet peachy pink shade. I can’t remember the last time I used an RMK nail polish but I’m looking forward to a re-introduction. I seem to remember they’re not all that pigmented, so we’ll see. They’re £14 each.
I definitely remember RMK Glow Lips though – colour sheens that glide over the lips and very comfortable in the wear; almost balmy in texture. There are three colours of which I have Nude Coral and Nude Rose (£21 each). At this early stage I don’t have any more of the collection, but it’s enough to give you an idea of the spring-ness of it – lots of light bouncing, pastel colours (the eye-shadows and blush are so vibrant) with some surprises in the mix. These are getting a price hike for the new year by the looks of things because existing Lip Glows are currently £19.50 (HERE).
The RMK Spring 2016 collection launches on 21st January into Selfridges.
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