Maybe it’s just me, but the Kiko Rebel Romantic collection is a little bit lacklustre – maybe because I’m used to really strong and striking collections I really don’t associate Kiko with meh products. So, I’ve pulled what I think are the best products from the range, including the Kiko Rebel Romantic Contouring Pencil Kit which is a very handy thing if you’re a contour lover. It’s also good, I think for anyone who has yet to try contouring, because the textures are light and blendable, and your contour actions are controllable because it’s a smaller stick format, not big ‘chubby’ style sticks.
The first pencil in the 01 kit I have is a highlighter – personally, I think it has pink tones to it, and the second is a bronzer, but it’s not an extreme bronze. I think it’s well priced at £9.90.
From the Kiko Metallic Shine Eyeshadow selection (6 shades), I have Absolutely Rose and Superb Beige – neither are particularly dynamic although there are some darker shades that might do the metallic shine element better.
They’re quite handy colours to have (£6.90) and the texture is smooth, although a little bit on the dry side, but the Kiko Rebel Romantic collection just seems a little flat. If they are your colours, the collection is out now on the Kiko site HERE.
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