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Top 5 Favourite Kiko Milano Products

1st August 2016 in Makeup, Skincare - 24 Comments - 3 min read

Top 5 Favourite Kiko Milano Products

1st August 2016 in Makeup, Skincare - 24 Comments - 3 min read >/div>

Top 5 Kiko Milano Products

Hey Beauties!

I wanted to share with you guys my top 5 favourite products from Kiko Milano today. I know ive posted about their products before but ive never actually sat down and thought what do i like the best.
So in my top 5 i have included: Pure Clean Scrub and Peel Wipes, Glitter Eyeliner, Creamy Colour Comfort Lip Liners, Long Lasting Stick Eyeshadow and Out of Bounds Eyeliner Pen.

Top 5 Kiko Milano Products
Pure Clean Scrub and Peel Wipes (£5.90)

I have done a full review on the Pure Clean Scrub and Peel Wipes which can be found HEREEach packet comes with 20 wipes which are double sided, one side has raised bumps used for exfoliation and the other side is smooth to comfort the skin after the exfoliation.
When using these wipes take the raised side and gently run it over your skin like you would with a normal wipe, make sure not to scrub to hard as these are really abrasive!

Top 5 Kiko Milano Products

Top 5 Kiko Milano Products
Glitter Eyeliner – No.1 (£3.40)

Usually im not a big fan of excess use of glitter, i just think it can go drag queen really quick which isn’t something bad it just isnt always appropriate. I love this glitter eyeliner in particular because its so finely milled it isnt chunky glitter which is something im always looking for. It can be used on the inner corners of the eyes for a nice little pop and can be used as a base if you’re looking to add even more glitter.

Top 5 Kiko Milano Products

Top 5 Kiko Milano Products
Creamy Colour Comfort Lip Liner (£3.90*) Fuschia, Orange Red and Nude

The Creamy Colour Comfort Lip Liner was one of the first thing i had tried from Kiko and its safe to say its what actually started my Kiko obsession. The Creamy Colour Comfort Lip Liner remind me a lot of the Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Lip Pencils as the formula and the colour of this pencil in particularly look and work the same. If you’re looking for a good long lasting lip liner then check out this range i would totally recommend it every time. (Full Review Here)

Top 5 Kiko Milano Products

Top 5 Kiko Milano Products
Out of Bounds Eyeliner Pen (£8.90)

First off, Out of Bounds Eyeliner Pen is so good that i ended up buying 3 of them because they are limited edition and i know sometimes you shouldn’t include Limited Edition products in your favourites but i just couldn’t leave this out simply because it really is one of the best eyeliners that i have used. Out of Bounds Eyeliner Pen is intensely black it sets down to a semi matte finish and lasts for hours! It’s quite hard to describe but the felt tip on this eyeliner is really flexible which means you’re able to get a precise line every time you use it. I know a lot of people dont like eyeliner pens because they tend to dry out but ive had this one since the Out of Bounds collection launched and its still going strong!

Top 5 Kiko Milano Products

Top 5 Kiko Milano Products
Long Lasting Stick Eyeshadow in Rosy Brown, Golden Chocolate and Anthracite (£6.90)

Im a big fan of cream eyeshadow and i think these Long Lasting Stick Eyeshadows from Kiko are perfect for the job. They remind me a lot of the Laura Mercier Caviar Sticks and the By Terry Ombre Blackstar which both have the same sort of feel to them. The Long Lasting Stick Eyeshadow are great for those of you who have oily lids as when you put these down they set and dont move until you use your cleanser to take them off as they are water resistant. They also make a fantastic base for powder eyeshadow think of it like a coloured eyeshadow primer.

What are your favourite KIKO products?
Have you tried out any of my favourites?
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